“Let your hook always be cast; in the pool where you least expect it, there will be a fish.” ~Ovid~
Let’s face it, being an entrepreneur is not for everybody. It takes hard work, discipline and perseverance to the extreme.
One of the easiest ways to fail is to just drift from week to week with only a vague sense of what you want to accomplish and where you want to go with your life.
If you flew an airplane like you probably lead your life, then you would most likely crash in a remote jungle village. So set the compass of your life this week.
Decide that you are going to create a certain amount of extra money – let’s say $50, for argument’s sake – and then test the plan all week without giving up on your target.
At the very least, you may develop a long-term strategy for success based on your effort. In the best-case scenario, you will not only earn $50 or more, but you will also have a boost of confidence which can sustain you.
Five years from now those modest monetary goals may be laughingly minuscule. Give this method a chance and write to me about your successes.
You can get better and better at all endeavors with consistency and persistence.