Wether you’re eager to bring new clients to your business, improve sales or just feel demotivated. At times it helps to get a little motivation from successful female entrepreneurs who are walking the walk. For any of you who are stuck in a rut and could benefit from some motivational wisdom, this post is for you…
Sometimes small changes can help us out of a rut. You might want to reimagine you home office space. Maybe you want to relook at your marketing strategy, your list of priorities or just take a day to get creative. A day to zoom out and relook at your aims, dreams and list of goals can be very motivating. Take time to dream.
Wisdom from Female Entrepreneurs:
Time to Dream
(Image: Elsie Larson, A Beautiful Mess Blog)
‘Don’t forget how long five years is! Don’t be afraid to dream bigger and set goals that feel borderline impossible to you today. You have time to get there.’ – Elsie Larson on How To Make A 5 Year Plan
Self care is very important. The old analogy is that you wouldn’t buy a top class car and never take time to get it’s MOT done, or something like that!
‘Self-care IS important. It’s carving out space in your chaotic schedule of creating a flourishing business in order to breathe and let your mind and body rest. We can’t be working machines all the time. In fact, you’ll actually be even MORE productive, more creative, and more resourceful if you allow yourself some time to chill a little.’ – Jenna Kutcher
Maybe you might want to get your team and clients together and throw a party to say thank you. An annual party is a great way to promote your brands aesthetic and channel your company ethos through decorations and goodie bags and provides motivation to your team. A party is also a great way to connect with vendors like those providing mobile bar hire. A party is a great way to thank your team and also reward yourself.
‘Treat yourself when you’ve done well or achieved a goal. This reward will encourage you to keep working harder.’ Interior Designer Anouska Lancaster
If you don’t fancy the hassle of organising a party you could just reward yourself and take a little time to relax. Perhaps a pampering day after you’ve achieved a goal.
Hopefully these simple tips will help you to stay the course and keep motivated. Occasionally a day to dream, rewarding your achievements or just a treat can make the world of difference!