What’s your W.H.Y and your F.O.C.U.S?
There are two acronyms that a you as an entrepreneur should know and they are W.H.Y. and F.O.C.US. These 2 concepts are very important.
W.H.Y. stands for Will Help You... Do WHAT?
When times get hard or you get stuck what will keep the end goal in front of you?
This could be your family, your freedom, a passion, a hobby, more money, a lifestyle, a charity, etc.
Get pictures and keep it in front of you at all times. Mark days on the calendar to reward your accomplishments. Find a friend or have one of your kids or loved one keep you accountable and constantly moving.
We really want to get this vision deep down in your bones. Take 10-15 mins right now close your eyes and imagine how you want your life to look. Imagine everything from homes, cars, exotic vacations, checks you want to write to charity, no debt, what you hear, what you smell, foods that you would like to taste, imagine everything you can possible think of. Then write it down where you can easily get to it. It will come in handy in times of frustration, fatigue, procrastination, etc.
Your business should be something that you work on every day. A great book to read on goals and moving forward is called The Slight Edge by Jeff Olsen. He states the little actions everyday will resort in a large jump to success. Another, great concept to live by is the concept of kiazen, a concept developed by Tony Robbins. The principle of kaizen is continuous never ending movement toward a goal. This should be your approach to every aspect of your business whether it is the daily actions or implementing new ones. This bring us to…
F.O.C.U.S stands for follow one course until successful. With internet marketing, social media and business in general, there are so many things out there that you can implement into your business. A lot of these things can really help and bring you success the key is not to try to do them all at one time, which is why, creating what you want your business to look like is so important. You want to know the end goal and choose one thing at a time, or have each one of your team members do one thing at a time, implement it, get really good, and then implement something else.