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Attitude is everything, and being passionate about what you’re doing goes a long way during difficult hustle days.
If you’re not doing what you love right now, seek out the small things that bring you joy and start a daily gratitude practice to keep a positive mindset and track what sparks your internal flame.
To create and maintain daily motivation to get shit done - write your goals down.
Whether it’s project-based goals, annual achievements, or a lifelong vision - knowing what you are hustling for will fuel your drive and ensure your time is well spent.
Take each of your goals and break them out into a series of smaller goals that you can accomplish each month and week throughout the year.
This way you know what you have to do, so you can schedule the appropriate chunks of time to do it.
Writing down ideas, notes, and future tasks can help clear the clutter from your brain so you’re able to focus on the task in the moment.
Knowing what you have on your plate allows you to evaluate what you’re spending your time on and how you should spend it.
Set aside chunks of time to power through and focus on only the priorities you set for the day so you can work as quickly and efficiently as possible.
Knowing that you’ve set aside specific time for tasks will keep you on track and focused in the moment.
Starting a side hustle you're going to have weaknesses and some of the skills necessary to efficiently running your side hustle must be outsourced so you can free up your time to do only what you're best at within your business.
It's also more affordable in the long run as the value of your time increases significantly.
Having people that you can vent to or ask for guidance is key to making any venture a success. Even if you choose to fly solo, surround yourself with people you can talk to, bounce ideas off of, and get genuine feedback from.
Scour your network for people in the same industry, reach out to mentors, and even ask close friends or co-workers for their honest opinions.
At the end of the week or the month, review and track your progress, reminding yourself of the goals you have achieved.