Major Results

Micro-commitments and Major Results

Micro-commitments CAN reap major results if you stay the course. “The dictionary is the only place that success comes before work. Hard work is the price we must pay for success. I think you can accomplish anything if you’re willing to pay the price.” -Vince Lombardi. I know that we have all heard that quote before, at least the first part of it. As cliche as it sounds, it is 100% accurate. If you want to create a successful & sustainable business you need to commit to doing at least one thing every day that helps to move your business forward

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Block out 1 hour every single day to do ONE thing to uplevel your skills and grow your business.

The one thing could be whatever you decide it needs to be. Spend the hour a day on the course that you bought months ago and haven’t yet had time to look at. Or it could be reading a how-to book, watching a YouTube tutorial or even listening to a podcast. The key to making sure that this works is spending your one hour a day on reaching a defined goal.

A perfect example is if you wanted to learn how to code, you could spend your hour each day taking a coding class and practicing your skill.  


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Micro-commitments work

Make a micro-commitment to yourself that for 60 minutes each day, you will work ON your business, so that you can reap major results!  If you used the coding example, you would have spent over nine 40 hour weeks in a one-year period learning how to code. 


No more excuses

Don’t say you don’t have time! You have to make time to work on your business. And you absolutely have to make time to improve your skills if you want to create a sustainable business.

You have a 1000 minutes in a day. Read this and learn how to get 60 minutes back so that you can build a business you love.


5 Top Tips

My top tips to help you stay on track and build a business you love:

  1. Start every day by doing your ONE thing.
  2. Set a 60-minute timer and ignore everything else
  3. Get an accountability partner or a mentor
  4. Create a routine and stick to it.
  5. Believe in yourself. Confidence is key.

How are you going to carve out time to work ON your business and ON your skills? All it takes is ONE hour a day!

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