YOU ARE THE ONLY ONE WITH YOUR DREAMS
All the memorable people in history had their individual dreams. They were both remembered and successful because they lived and breathed that dream. Discouraging comments from other people did not deter them from pursuing their vision. Their unshaken dedication to making their dream come true went far beyond what other business dreamers did.
As a small business owner you must stake a claim for your vision and know that it will become a reality. Your business friends as well as your family may support you but remember that they also have their own dreams and probably do not share yours.
Claiming your dreams and making them a reality requires a total dedication in both action and thought, which is with you 24 hours a day, seven days a week. If you can shut off your action and thoughts after 5 pm and on weekends, you may lack the dedication to achieve your vision.
Success requires focus on what matters. Not only must you believe that you can achieve the greatness you envision, but you must also have that discipline to maintain and grow the necessary momentum.
The BizQuack Accountability Tracker, is an excellent tool to help you maintain your focus. Success requires the completion of the three things that you set as a goal for each day.
An important component of the Accountability Tracker is the proper allotment of time to complete the assigned tasks each day. Identifying the three things you have to do each day to get closer to your vision is just the beginning, but not enough to succeed. The action items you identify for each day are the single most important things that you have to do to, and that requires “time budgeting” so that the time is available to complete them.
Achieving greatness is within your reach, but remember the following quote from Joe Plumeri. It will help relieve some of the pressure in your travels to the top of your mountain.
“The main thing is to have courage and the faith to be yourself. If you know you’re going to do the work and you have the talent and the drive, you don’t need to worry about putting on a mask or trying to act like a robot; you can relax and let a little spontaneity and joy into your days.”
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