Letting Go Of Bad Habits; Starting New Good Habits

Exchanging bad habits for good sounds a lot easier than it is to do but if you are starting a new business you will want to know how to be the most productive you can be for that business. After all, time is money right? To create a habit, it is said that it takes twenty days. To break a habit must take at least twice as much time, right?
First, you need to practice streamlining the things that you do which will make better use of your time or simplify it and eliminate the things that are time guzzlers. Let go of perfectionism, stop dwelling on the past, when you say no, mean it, turn off your phone, sever unhealthy friendships or family members, walk more, and put less time into how you look and what you wear.
How you start your day is also important to being a successful entrepreneur, for example: Visualize how your day will go, take the time to do some form of exercise first thing in the morning, Take on your most difficult tasks first thing in the morning, spend less time on emails and more time on true customer service tasks, finally, remind yourself daily of your short-term and long-term goals so that it is clear in your mind what you are working towards. It’s easy to lose sight of your goals if you are buried in all the distractions that interrupt your day.
Learn to work fast: Keeping a one track mind and listening to music is helpful, you might also limit your emails to 140 characters just like Twitter, don’t question your instincts, and whatever you do, if you get stuck for more than thirty seconds then move on. Don’t just sit there and stare. You can loop back around later when the words pop back into your mind.
These are simple but useful suggestions to fine tune your time to make sure it is spent productively. Here at “The Ding King Training Institute” we offer many business suggestions and tips to keep your Professional Paintless Dent Repair business on track and in the simplest way possible.

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