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How To Stay Focused on Your Business Goals With Jacob Galea and Paul Getter

How to stay focused on your business goals? Determination is usually the longest chapter in every story about business success. Success is demanding and at the top of the list of requirements is determination and willpower.

If you find yourself stuck in chaos and stress even right now, it is time to find positive methods that other people have used to acquire wealth and focus on the one that works for you.

Most folks think that every business success is due to having been born with an abundant supply of determination compared to everybody else.

However, if you ask any success story, they reveal that it is not being more determined but rather, effectively harnessing your mind and staying focused. Here are a few methods on how to stay focused on your business goals.

Remind Yourself Of Your Business Goals

Creating a system that serves as a constant reminder of your business goals. You can create mind movies or a vision board. It is crucial to remind yourself why you are reaching for these goals.

For example, you want to start a Charity in a third world country. Clearly imagine your vision and do this on a daily basis. You can visualize how you want your Charity to look and operate five minutes a day.

Transformational Coach and Mentor Jacob Galea says “Remember why you started. Focus on your why. Get a mentor to keep you on track. Think about what would happen if you don’t achieve those goals and look back in regret. Keep strong daily little goals that get you to your big goal. Have a massive reward that you will purchase when you hit that massive goal.”

The more detailed your mental picture is, the better. Become involved emotionally by putting videos or even music to heighten emotion. This increases your motivation and keeps you focused on your business goals.

Regenerate Energy

Work on something and when you feel your energy fade, take a quick break. Stretch, run, walk. Do what helps you regenerate focus and energy so you can go back to your business tasks with sharper mental focus and renewed vigor.

Get Rid Of Distractions

Deal with real emergencies when they come up. Most situations these days tend to be distractions and not emergencies. Get rid of time-wasting distractions and focus on business-tasks. Spend less time in trivial activities. You will also build an image of a focused, strong-willed person who is quite busy, which can only be good for business.

Do The Hardest Tasks First

Fretting and dreading difficult business tasks won’t make them any easier. Instead, dig in and do them first. Doing the hardest job first frees up your energy for all the easier stuff. Tough jobs are also best done in the morning since this is when you have the most energy, and your mind is sharp from all that coffee.

Founder of The Internet Marketing Nerds Paul Getter says “To stay focused on your goals it is essential to shut out all the noise that distracts you from truly being productive. Understand, there’s a difference between being busy and being productive.”

Schedule Everything The Day Before

Set up each day the night before. Make your to-do list the day before each day. Where you will eat, which route to work and what to wear saves you time. Business and personal expenditures need to be included. Don’t surf or check email before you finish your nightly checklist.

The next day, stick to your schedule. Planning the next day ahead keeps you on top of things. You are in control, with no wasted energy and time. This helps you stay focused on your business goals.

Source: MSNBC

Founder & Editor-In-Chief of Disrupt Magazine Tony Delgado, is a Puerto Rican American software developer, businessman, activist and philanthropist. Delgado is also the host of the Disrupt Podcast where he interviews the most disruptive business owners, leaders and change makers in the world. Tony Delgado is best known as the founder, and chief executive officer of The Disrupt Foundation, a social impact movement to grow Puerto Rico’s technology ecosystem and host of the semi-annual Disrupt Puerto Rico Conference. Tony Delgado has also helped mentor thousands of students, create financial freedom, all from the comfort of his home in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

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