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Keeping The Momentum Going In Business

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Keeping The Momentum Going In Business

Released on: September 23, 2011, 3:23 pm
Author: Lorenzo Walker
Industry: Small Business

Garden City, NY. September 23, 2011. Thereís no successful business without goals. Goals set the direction. It gives you focus. But having a direction and focusing on getting there is not enough. There has to momentum too. Momentum is the consistency with which you follow your goals. It is about aggressiveness in getting to your destination. And once you get there, you start setting new goals again to keep the momentum going. Big corporations started out as small companies powered by goals and continued to set new goals for the business to grow.

The following are simple steps you can follow to keep your business momentum going.

Pursue your goals. Setting goals and mapping out your direction is not enough. You have to pursue the goals like your life depended on them. A specific, attainable and time-framed goal will remain a piece of paper if it is not pursued. Some companies keep perfectly-designed goals but are at a loss on how to implement them. Anybody can come up with goals, but how to achieve them is the real test.

This means you have a plan of how to achieve the goals. Without a step-by-step plan for your goals, you will find yourself staying out of focus and off course. The more specific your plan is, the better your chances are to succeed.

Aside from a detailed plan, make a to-do list that you have to follow every day. A goal plan sets the general direction for you, while a day-to-day plan ensures that you pay attention to important details of the journey. A day-to-day plan also allows you to evaluate your progress and your daily performance. It helps you to avoid committing the same mistakes every day, and to even do better in the things that you are already good at.

Lastly, use networking. You have goals, you have plans on how to achieve them, but if you donít have a business network in place, you will have a difficult time keeping sticking to your plans and achieving your goals. There are many business networking groups you can choose from, like the National Association of Professional Women (NAPW). NAPW provides a venue for women entrepreneur to share resources and help each in achieving their business and personal goals.

Networking expands your business connection, helps you stick to your plans, sustains your momentum and brings you to your goals.


Contact: Lorenzo Walker
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