27 Jul 7 Steps to Get Out of Your Rut
Have you reached a point in your life where you feel like giving up? Are you at a stage where you feel tired, worn out and over it? Follow my 7 steps and make a start getting out of that rut today.
First of all, don’t worry! You aren’t alone in feeling like this. Many babyboomer business owners find they get to a point where they’ve lost their passion and motivation or may even be thinking about selling their business. This is why i’ve created the free e-book “7 Steps to Get Out of Your Rut” so you can clearly see how you can overcome these issues, regain your mojo and get back on track.
Instead of feeling like time is ticking by and you’re not getting anything you want done, start on my 7 steps today:
1. Identify the issues
What are your biggest challenges right now in both your business and life? It could be your health, finances or relationships. You could be feeling unfulfilled, not have enough fun and your life is lacking excitement!
Maybe it’s time to downsize, reinvent yourself, sell up or do something much more fulfilling than you are doing right now. Business challenges are often caused by not having enough time, staff problems, partner issues and not being profitable enough. You may even want to sell your business and don’t know where to start the process.
2. Roadblocks to moving forwards
What are the obstacles preventing you from overcoming these challenges? What is stopping you, slowing you down or standing in your way to make changes? Who is holding up the traffic and why do you think that is? Stop pretending and be really honest with yourself.… And don’t blame anyone else. Your life is your responsibility.
3. Overcoming the roadblocks
Brainstorm possibilities of what you could do to get much better results in the areas which are really holding you back. Writing it down will help you get clarity of what’s possible. Don’t try and work through the solutions or how it’s all going to work whilst brainstorming or you will get stuck again and find reasons not to do anything. This doesn’t have to take all day. Invest 30 minutes, focussing on yourself.
If you’re a deep thinker you may need more time but whatever you do, just do it! Turn off all distractions and find a quiet spot to be on your own and let it all out.
Don’t stop here!
You’ve seen the first three steps and you can access the rest for free in my latest e-book which is available for free. It also includes more practical information from me and a practical plan to get you going – don’t let anymore time tick away, download “7 Steps to Get Out of Your Rut” now!