Raise Your Self Employed Bar
Raise your self employed bar to accomplish more of your goals?
If you are not reaching your goals as quickly as you planned you may have placed your bar too low.
We all have seen the ballerina that is very flexible and able to move with well crafted skills and precision grace.
It takes patience, determination and practice to get to that “prima ballerina” level. It would not be a surprise if a lead dancer states that she puts in 40-50 hours a week at the studio.
If you have ever visited a ballet studio, you may have noticed that along the walls there are bars set at different heights.
These bars are used in a dancer’s daily warm up stretches.
While at the studio, she uses these bars as tools to not only stay at a certain level of flexibility, but to push her a little bit more to her the optimum flexibility with each use.
When the dancer warms up on a bar that is set lower than her needs, her warm-up is essentially non-effective.
Yes, she spent time warming up but she did not use the available tools to its full potential.
I think you know where I am going with this. It is the same in business if your bar is set too low some results may trickle in. However, what are you in business for, the occasional trickle or a steady flow?
I challenge you to put your available tools into full service and move your business to its full potential.
With determination and clear focus you will not only meet your goals but you will surpass them as well.