Move Your Business Forward in 30 Minutes a Day

Move Your Business Forward in 30 Minutes a Day Avatar Posted by AWAI under Strategy
From http://www.awaionline.com 1770 days ago
Made Hot by: marketingvalue on February 6, 2013 6:48 pm
At the beginning of my copywriting career, I realized if I didn’t do something every day, I would never succeed. Because I had a full-time job, it was too easy to come home and crash on the couch if I didn’t have a solid day-by-day plan.

Freelance writers face a lot of hurdles, and sometimes it can feel like they’re too high to jump over. By doing something every day to move your business forward, you’re gradually knocking a few inches off your hurdles at a time.





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Written by mallaharidat
1766 days ago

This advice is HUGE especially when you are trying to get your business started and you don't have a consistent flow of customers yet. Just keep going steadily towards the end goal and focus on marketing, marketing, marketing.

Love the specific tips you shared!

Pls do share more with us!



Written by tiroberts
1770 days ago

Great post. It's important that you do something at least once a day to move your business forward, regardless of how big or small it is. Thanks for sharing this with us on bizsugar.com.

Ti



Written by BizRock
1770 days ago

Staying motivated is great way how can you move forward in your business every day!

Thank you for sharing!



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