Limiting Beliefs That Sabotage Your Success -5
I Don't Have Time to Start a Business
One limiting belief that can sabotage your success, but which is very easy to fix is that you don't have time to start a business. No matter how hectic your schedule currently is, there is usually a way to tighten it up and employ better time management skills so that you can achieve your goals.
Whether you have just 15 minutes a day or a full 40 hours a week to contribute to your online success, you will be able to build a business if you really want to. Most of the business building process consists of learning.
At least when it comes to building the foundation of your business. The actual action task are not that time consuming. For the learning process, you can always absorb information while multitasking.
For example, you can listen to a course about advertising, blogging, or other niche success tips while doing the dishes, taking a bath, running your kids to and from school in carpool, or even exercising.
As far as carrying out the actual action steps that you need to implement after the learning process, you can do that even if you have another full time job on your plate right now.
There are many people who wake up an hour earlier before work to build their business. There are those who give up their lunch hour in order to be able to work on entrepreneurial tasks.
And there are those who come home exhausted after a full day in the corporate world, and still manage to put in a bit of time after work to devote to their own business. It all depends on how bad you want it.
If you are determined to succeed, you will make sure that every available minute of your day is dedicated to your success. You will give up binge watching Netflix shows or getting lost in a good book if it means you can further your success.
Time alone will not guarantee that you start profiting in your business. You have to make sure that the time you free up is spent diligently working on your business. That means you aren't playing around on social media or procrastinating in any other way.
As you begin to grow your success, you'll be able to see where you can tighten up your schedule and make the most of every available minute. You will also be able to set aside funds to outsource or delegate certain tasks to others.