Don't Quit...De-Stress!

Written by Terri Seymour

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** As you are taking those few moments to think about what you do have instead of what you don't, you should also be taking some nice, deep cleansing breaths. And also stretch out some of those tired muscles. I guarantee doing these things will revitalize and refresh your mind and body.

** Take some time to think about why you started your business and if those reasons still apply. Are your goals stillrepparttar same, do you still have repparttar 117859 motivation? Ifrepparttar 117860 other areas in your life need more attention right now, that is fine, it happens to all of us. Just do what you need to do and then get back to business. Do not makerepparttar 117861 decision to quit when you are stressed out or trying to deal with other problems. Wait until you can think clearly!

** Here are some sites that might give you some more good ideas for de-stressing and life management.

Stress is a serious matter and should not be ignored. But it can be controlled and reduced. Do not make any life changing decisions when you are over-stressed. Take a break, clear your mind, de-stress and things will look a lot different!

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Success Survival Tips

Written by /"Wild Bill/" Montgomery

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4) Look For Opportunity, Not Mistakes.

Success isrepparttar result of making good decisions. Good decisions are made from good judgement. Good judgement comes from experience. Experience comes from bad decisions. This doesn't mean you should try to make mistakes for experience. The key is to gain experience fromrepparttar 117858 mistakes and success of others. Seek out others in your field. Study and understand why they are succeeding or failing. Don't expect to make allrepparttar 117859 right decisions and don't letrepparttar 117860 fear of making mistakes inhibit you from pursuing new opportunities. Those who never make mistakes are probably working for those who weren't afraid of making them.

5) Know What People Want, Instead of Wanting What You Know.

What it all comes down to. Knowingrepparttar 117861 who, what, where and why of your target customers. The success of your business is notrepparttar 117862 sum total ofrepparttar 117863 knowledge you have gained, it still is and always will be,repparttar 117864 "sale". Success is determined by what products sell and how well they sell. It isn't what you know that counts, it's what your customers want. If you lose sight of this fact, you are doomed to failure. Never lose sight ofrepparttar 117865 fact that marketing your customers' wants is your number one priority.

6) Keeprepparttar 117866 Vision Alive.

Never lose sight of your end goal or your dream of success. Where do you want to be in ten years? What do you want to be doing? I know how hard it is trying to getrepparttar 117867 daily job done sometimes, but keep your vision alive and let it steer you in your search for success. Let it berepparttar 117868 drive that keeps you going. Every morning before you start, do something that will bring you a little closer to your dream.

7) Work, Patience and Sacrifice.

Lets face it, if it were easy, everybody would succeed. To succeed you must dedicate yourself to doing what needs done not working onrepparttar 117869 clock. You must haverepparttar 117870 patience and persistence to tough outrepparttar 117871 hard times, and oh yes, there are hard times. Be prepared to sacrifice your time and too often your social and personal life inrepparttar 117872 pursuit of success. Nobody said it was an easy road to follow, and if they did.....They were lying!

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