eWomenNetwork

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Overnight success is not a real thing. It takes time, effort, consistency, and a lot more as you navigate through your entrepreneurial journey. So, if you’re looking for your success status, it all begins with looking internally at your daily routine. Doing the same things day after day is okay, as long as your habits push you to be your most productive and best self. However, in the hustling and bustling life of an entrepreneur, it can be easy to overlook how you spend every minute of the day.

As a high achiever, you must understand the importance of being intentional with every bit of the day. Here are 15 daily habits that help an entrepreneur be at their very best.
  • Stop Multitasking
  • Get Out of the Comfort Zone
  • Focus on High-Value Tasks
  • Be Intentional with the First 90 Minutes of the Day
  • Have a Creative Outlet
  • Write It Down
  • Set Objective Goals
  • Practice Integrity
  • Filter What You Can and Can’t Control
  • Spend 20 Minutes at the End of the Day Reflecting
  • Get a Good Night's Sleep
 

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These techniques or method will only produce similar or much lower level entrepreneur.

One need to find his / her own way .. then only the world will see more value in it and ready to take up bigger challenges.
 

VirtualGlobalPhone

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Hi djbaxter and Dora Wi

All those listed above by eWomenNetwork , is absolutely needed just like minimum three meals of the day for us.

So my point is why sharing about something which is obvious.

BTW in our own bizwarriors forum there are roughly minimum 100 articles on the same habits. I am not saying to discourage eWomenNetwork but pushing to write fresh informative article which will enlighten all of us.
 
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We learned you gotta be always testing new things never get comfortable... then when something works auto mate the process via software or a VA then muliply on it then move on and repeat , the key is knowing when to expand
 
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