Developing a Real Home Business – What is Holding You Back?
You may be a creative type with a million ideas all the time. However they rarely get past the idea stage. It could be ‘information overload’ or too much information that keeps you from selecting one idea and running with it. This may be just as bad as not having any ideas or being logical.
One way to get out of that maze may be to make a list of the ideas that come to mind. Don’t get hung up on the list – just do a ‘brainstorming’ type of list where you write down the ideas as they come. This list is likely very unrefined and should have some space after each idea where you can go back and define what you mean.
Then at a later time you can take ones that you have been able to define which would indicate you have given them some thought. Decide from that ‘top’ list which ideas would be most feasible. Break everything down as far as all the issues that would be relevant such as cost, time required, any issues that may delay or prevent going forward. This could include needing further information or instructions on how to move forward.
There may be more negative factors that hold you back from implementing your ideas. They would be more-or-less the opposite of too many ideas and be like not having any motivation to do anything beyond what you are already doing if anything. This can be due to medical or psychological problems such as underlying depression or low self-esteem. It can actually be even be due to a compromised immune system!
Your body and health are anything but irrelevant to your business. They are actually key if you can see yourself as a machine that is running everything. If it is misfiring then you are actually trying to function at less than full capacity. Pay attention to your diet and get plenty of rest. Don’t practice any kind of substance abuse unless you want that to become your ‘career’ rather than building a home business.
Your hang up could be a lack of money to invest in your business. This may take some time just like rebuilding your health. If it means you save $5 every time you have a paycheck or other windfall, then just do it. No matter how long it takes you to get as much as you need to do something, determine the target goal and stick to trying to hit it!