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10 Ways to Get Your Business Right for 2017

10 Ways to Get Your Business Right for 2017

You will spend 90,360 hours working in your life time. Might as well excel at it. Check out our tips to achieve maximum greatness.

1. Write down your goals

Those ideas that have been swirling around in your head for months, commit them to paper. Writing down goals holds you accountable and increases the odds of achieving them, according to a Harvard MBA Program study.

2. Outline your year

Now that you’ve written down your goals, set a timetable. Knowing when you should start and complete your goals creates a clearer picture.

3. Seek a mentor

You don’t know everything, and that’s ok. Find a mentor that can help you navigate troubled waters.

4. Create an accountability team

It’s important to surround yourself with people who will understand your struggles and motivate you to keep pushing.

5. Construct a budget

Dreams are free but they might take some coins to achieve them. Take an honest look at your finances to see where you can subtract to add to your future.

6. Invest in a conference

Looking to learn a lot in a little time? Conferences are a great way to accomplish this.

7. Network on your level

Everyone wants to partner with leaders in their field. But what can you offer that leader? Not much. Working with people who are in the same stage as you will benefit you more.

8. Limit your social media

Social media will distract you from your goals. Sign off for a few hours a day to clear your head of unnecessary information.

9. Leave time for self care

All work and no play is a no go. Don’t let work consume you, schedule me time (here are some suggestions).

10. Stop taking constructive criticism from people who never constructed anything

To quote Jay-Z, “Everybody can tell you how to do it, they never did it.” Before absorbing suggestions, consider the source. Don’t let a never did, tell you how to do.

Genese Jamilah Genese Jamilah is the I DON'T DO CLUBS Founder and New York City Influencer. She is a graduate of Savannah State University. Genese Jamilah enjoys writing things down & making them happen, dinner & drinks with friends, and sharing inappropriate memes in her free time. Follow her @idontdoclubs on FacebookInstagramSnapChat, and Twitter.


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