“Giving is better than receiving because giving starts the receiving process.”
Today I will present you with 3 more common obstacles to business growth. Mark any that might be affecting you and/or your business so you can improve them:
- Overworking Yourself – Sometimes you may overwork yourself even without realizing it. When you get overworked, you become less productive. Take it easy, go on vacation if possible. Your decision-making abilities become compromised when you are tired. Stick to a schedule and get some rest.
- Seeking Approval – In business, you may sometimes unconsciously or even consciously wait for someone to encourage you or give you permission to take a step. Acknowledge your own abilities and make decisions on what is best for business, not based on pride of emotional approval.
- Lack of Creativity – Keeping a journal can remedy a lack of creativity. Sometimes a new idea will pop up at a random time or place. Jotting down ideas and inspirations helps to unblock your mind. Apart from noting down random ideas for future reference, journals provide a useful way to track personal progress.
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The “trick” is to make tiny improvements to multiple areas of your business, at once…
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Today’s Question: Name 2 of the 3 present day countries which had more than one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World.
Previous Question: The magnificent Ishtar Gate constructed around 575 BC served as one of the entrances to what ancient city?
Previous Answer: Babylon.
Originally the gate, being part of the Walls of Babylon, was considered one of the Seven Wonders of the World until, in the 6th century AD, it was replaced by the Lighthouse of Alexandria.
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