Getting Things Done And Making Progress In Your Business

This post was written by Internet Marketing John on September 12, 2009
Posted Under: Home Based Internet Business

For most newcomers, getting things done and making progress in your business, can feel like an insurmountable challenge.

The simple truth is that for many of you, the problem is that you’re just not doing anything at all.

That’s a real problem, and you can’t expect to make any progress, if you take no action.

In order to start getting things done and making progress in your business, you need to identify the reason why you “can’t get it into gear”.

The likely reasons for not being able to get things done, can usually be attributed to one or more of the following:

  • Fear and Anxiety

Being a newcomer to anything is fearful to some extent.  When things are weird and foreign to you, fear and anxiety over the situation, is usually the normal result.

  • Feeling Of Being Overwhelmed

Depending on the type of Internet business you get into, the overall feeling of being overwhelmed, can be extremely high, or relatively easy to overcome.

Internet marketers must deal with multitasking on a regular basis, and even an experienced internet marketer occasionally has problems getting things done and making progress in their business.

  • Not Being Good Enough

If you are a perfectionist, you will have a difficult time getting things done and making progress in your business unless you overcome the thinking that your product is “not good enough”.

Writing good, unique content, is something we all must do to some extent.

If consistently you feel that your product is “not good enough”, and you keep editing your content to ahcieve perfection, you will get little accomplished.

It’s better to set progress rather than perfection, as your goal.

  • Organizing and Scheduling Your Tasks

Books are written on this topic, and for good reason.  Writing things down in a schedule type format, and organizing your time, and work area, goes a long way towards getting things done and making progress in your business.

  • Motivation

This is innate.  You must be motivated in order to succeed at anything.  Books, seminars, “how to” guides, and countless multimedia presentations, offer suggestions on self motivation.  Hunger and Poverty, are great motivators.  Or, you can attend a seminar.

  • Burnout

Sometimes we just feel worn out after putting in an 8 to 12 hour day, and then coming home to our family and dealing with our home lives.

It’s OK, to just take a break now and then.  As long as the break doesn’t turn into a week or month escape from reality.

Everyone suffers from burnout on one time or another.  That’s just part of life and being human.

Getting things done and making progress in your business, is not an insurmountable challenge, if you set you goals realistically,  and schedule your time to complete your daily tasks and achieve them.

If You’re A Newbie,  Here Is Some Helpful Information To Get You Going.

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