So, you've just set up a new business. You've got your heart set on turning this into a multimillion pound company, and you know exactly how you're going to do it. You've also recently quit your nine to five, so you've unlimited time to do with as you please. So everything should be plain sailing from here on in right? Ummm, wrong! There are a lot of things that could go wrong, especially with you.
You see, the thing with working for yourself is you're your own boss. I know this is often seen to be a good thing, but for some people it's really not. Being your own boss you decide how much you want to work and how much effort you put in, if you don't feel to work a the time you don't have to. While this sounds like a good thing to some of you, think about this: What if your business's survival depends on you putting enough work in to it?
Working for yourself doesn't mean you've got a easy ride from here on in. It can mean that in the future, but as you#re establishing yourself you need to put a lot of work in. If you're not going to do that and would rather laze around watching TV for most of the day, you may as well give up and go back to working for some one else.
The thing is you need to focus. Remember why you're not at work, and if you really truly don't want to go back there then put the work in to your own business. Figure out how you're going to manage your time, read up on email marketing tips and how to build a list, and make your business as successful as it possibly can be! It's important to always focus on the final outcome you want, this should hopefully motivate you enough to do enough work now.