1. Set a personal mission statement
Every business has or should have a mission or vision statement, one thing that describes the organization’s broader goals, culture and underlying core values. it’s primarily used to set the direction of the organization and motivate stakeholders. For the these same reasons, each entrepreneur should set his or her own personal mission statement.
The important thing here is to write down your mission statement, carry it with you, read it aloud, memorize it and tattoo it on your forearm (the latter for the extreme entrepreneurs only). It should serve as a constant reminder about your purpose for becoming an entrepreneur.
2. Make a plan
Just as in business, a mission statement is useless without a plan to execute on it. You too should develop and write down your personal and professional plan, as well as short term and long term goals. This plan will not and may not be penned and framed, as it is organic and will amendment as your personal and professional circumstances change. the purpose here is to have a clear understanding of what you want to accomplish personally and how you will achieve it.
3. Start with a routine
5. Plan ahead and set reminders
Even with a plan, it can be difficult to stay in a very routine. For this reason, develop a habit of setting reminders throughout the day for the important tasks and daily goals you have set. Use your alarm, with a manageable volume, also to remind yourself to stay focused on task. an alarm that says, “Get off Facebook and back to work” would be perfect for some of us!
You can also continue track using time blocking, or the process of setting specific durations of time in your calendar for specific work, projects or tasks. need a little more help? consider these unconventional motivational and productivity apps for the hardcore entrepreneur.