3 MORNING HABITS OF SUCCESSFUL FEMALE ENTREPRENEURS THAT WILL MAKE YOU MORE PRODUCTIVE WHILE REDUCING BURNOUT.
1. JOURNAL — BUT NOT THE WAY YOU THINK!
Journaling is so powerful as not only is it a great way to workout any resistance, blocks or negative emotions you may have but it’s a great way to track the growth of your business and keep you from getting stuck. As an Entrepreneur, you can anticipate running into problems and plateaus. Journaling helps you work through them because you get to document every strategy, process and system you’ve implemented. You get to work like a Scientist and make hypothesis, test, and take notes of what happened and correct the problem so that you can break through. This prevents you from getting stuck in the same loop that you typically find yourself in when you don’t keep record of what you do.
2. INTUITIVE PLANNING OVER MONTHLY PLANNING
Planning out your whole month is smart sometimes actually have found that monthly planning hinders greatly. The reason being is that no matter how productive you are, sometimes things just don’t get done that day and need extra time. If you are so strict to schedule then it may stress you out and gives feeling like a failure. It’s best to set monthly goals — and either do a weekly plan or a day to day plan.
3. GIVE YOURSELF A MOMENT OF SILENCE.
Try to give myself atleast 15 minutes to an hour of silence. Wake up every day earlier than everyone else.
- Listen to a podcast. Now while this technically isn’t silent, it gives me 30 minutes to reconnect with your vision. Go over my business plan so I can be reminded of my vision every single day.
- Visualize — so stay in touch with your dreamiest goals.
- Exercise because this makes you feel like you can accomplish anything.
- Listen to a Guided Meditation so to stay in touch with your future self.
Give yourself time to reconnect and build intimacy with yourself. Give yourself time to reconnect with your intuition. Give yourself time to get away from other people.
This Content has originally written by Natasha and published on August 31, 2018. No Copyright/IPR breach is intended.