Do you believe that you can do anything that you set your mind to? It’s true, but within reason.
Studies have shown that it can take up to a year to form a new habit. It honestly depends on your level of determination and lifestyle (how much time you have). Some people can implement habits sooner, no doubt.
Start small. Don’t jump all in thinking you are going to instantly change the way you have been your whole life or most of your life.
When most people think of an elevator pitch the American business reality show ‘Shark Tank’ probably comes to mind. You have the opportunity of a lifetime to grow your brand and this is when you BETTER get it right.
At least, that’s how it feels.
Start practicing what you would say if you only had 30 seconds (the length of an elevator ride) to sell your business to an angel investor.
Place yourself in that scenario mentally, so when it happens you’ll be totally impressed with yourself.
I think that the most challenging part about reading a book for most is that they want to start a book and finish it immediately. If your schedule doesn’t permit for that, but you still want to read, here are two things that I do:
Listen To Audiobooks – Though it’s not reading yourself, it’s another way to gather information provided in books. I listen to finance and personal development audio books often.
Leave A Book Open On Your Counter Or Table – I really, really enjoy reading about aromatherapy, holistic living, and natural healing so I leave the book I’m currently reading open on the counter in my kitchen. When I’m cooking and at the end of the night I read a few pages.