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If You’ve Ever Had Goals You Didn’t Complete, This Post is for You

Have you ever had a great idea you just know could truly change your business? Have you set goals for it, but to this day, that idea hasn’t been realized?

When we make goals, we tend to approach them with a ton of enthusiasm in the beginning, only to discover the longer it takes to come to fruition, the less motivated we are to see it through.

That’s “The Diminishing Law of Enthusiasm” at work, and it’s a very real threat to goal completion for your business.

This episode of Business Nutrition is all about battling the waning motivation, and in it, I bring you inside my home workshop to have a look at my latest hobby project as an example to illustrate 3 tips to help you stay motivated, stay on track and crush those goals.

I hope you enjoy it, and please chime in on the comments and share your favourite tips for staying motivated…I know other viewers will want to hear them as well!

If you’re sick of the grind and are looking for ways to jump off the hamster wheel and make changes to your business that will create the business you always thought you had, reach out for a no obligation review of your business. There’s a reason we’ve found success helping other businesses pin down and realize their dreams. We’d like to help you too.

Jamie

Cheers to getting goals done!

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