The best way to achieve success is through consistency.
However, one of the biggest struggles young entrepreneurs face is showing up, not just once, or every now and then, but consistently showing up for their audience.
The reality is creating content can actually be overwhelming. Most people go through the typical cycle of, “Oh, I’ve got a great idea! Wait is this actually valuable? How do I know if this is valuable? Maybe I should think of another topic!”
This is why it’s important to pinpoint and correct why we’re not consistent in the first place, so today’s post is going to share 4 of the most common reasons you might be lacking consistency in your business.
As young entrepreneurs, we have a lot going on, we don’t spend as much time working on our business as we probably should, or we find ourselves distracted by all the other things we may have going on. I want you to know that you’re not the only one who is sitting in this in-between, but lack of commitment to your business could be costing you success and profit in long run.
I know it can be easy to see entrepreneurs who are “making it” and think, “Wow, they’re so lucky.” But the truth is that the people who have done this and are doing it successfully have done it with intention. This success didn’t happen by accident.
Really consider the way you view and openly talk about your business. Are you talking about it as a fun side project, or is this a goal that you’re working towards? How bad do you want it?
These types of systems allow you to rinse and repeat, minimize the time and energy you’re spending and maximize output.
There will be months when you don’t make as much as the month before, and you might have social media posts that do really, really well and then social media posts that don’t.
If you haven’t already ask yourself,
What is the mission behind our business?
What is the purpose of you showing up every single day, even when no one is there?