Most of us who get into entrepreneurship start with the intention of working LESS than we did at our regular jobs. The startling reality is that we often do far more because we love our projects, plus that is what it often takes to make things happen. Here are three powerful habits to keep yourself productive.
All of us want to get raving fans–people who delightfully consume our content and make purchases. Paul B. Taubman, II suggests that we not be concerned with our list size in 7 Content Best Practices to Get Raving Fans. A better question to ask about is, “How responsive is your list?”
Like Lori, I have wondered why there are not more front porches on our homes. Most houses now have decks, back decks with high walls. I, too, loved sitting on front porches with a drink of some sort while watching and/or engaging with the neighbors. Have you also abandoned the front porch?
If you are not feeling quesy, check out what Sarah Arrow defines as Blog Puke. Once you are able to the three different types of Blog Puke, she describes ways to avoid puking all over the Internet.
Are your distractions helping you to avoid change and growth? Become friendly with solitude via meditation, journalling, time in nature, yoga, or spending a dedicated period of time each week doing your favorite creative activity. Jon Mertz discusses the trouble with distractions and provides three benefits that come along with spending some time getting to know self.
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