Succeed a Little Every Day

Every day, you make choices that move you closer or further away from your goals. You are, for the most part, the sum total of the choices you (and the people closest to you) have made over a long period of time. You can’t control other people’s choices. (Wouldn’t it be great if we could?) But you can control your own.

I believe true freedom is the power to do what you ought to do, when and how you ought to do it, whether or not you feel like doing it. That’s freedom, because it means you are not a slave to your impulses, fears or insecurities. Further, I believe it is the grace of God—the supernatural power of God at work within us—that enables us to walk in freedom.

Do you want to succeed in a home business? Then, if you are a Christian, you have complete freedom and supernatural grace to do so. All that remains is for you to roll up your sleeves and get to work. Take some time to customize the following then print out multiple copies to use each day (or purchase a white board, etc.)

Every day, do the following:

Review/prayer over your life mission statement. Remind yourself of the big picture.

Spend time in God’s Word. Feed your spirit.

Pray over the events of the coming day. Ask God for divine appointments

Spend ____ hours of focused energy on your work. No more; no less

Send _____ emails to prospective customers

Make _____ phone calls to prospective customers

Generate ___ Twitter post, ____ Facebook post and ____ blog post

Feed your soul (mind, will and emotions): Read _____ minutes; Spend ______ minutes doing something you absolutely love just for fun; Do 1 thing you’d rather not do

Exercise – care for your body

That’s it. The key to success in a home business is “Little bits with consistency” Use this simple plan for a year and you’ll be amazed at the results. A little goes a long way.

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