10 Hacks To Become A Successful Entrepreneur

10 Hacks To Become A Successful Entrepreneur


Successful people are not born successful; they become successful by establishing the habit of doing things unsuccessful people don’t like to do. Successful people don’t always like this stuff themselves, but they just get on and do that.

Here are ten hacks to become a Successful Entrepreneur:

hacks to become a Successful Entrepreneur

The Pomodoro Technique.

Did you know that a simple timer is one of the most useful productivity tool available? When you face a large task or multi task; it’s hard to stay focused for a longer period of time before you are distracted by time sucking social media, emails and many other things. But when you break this large task into short intervals that are timed where you take short breaks, you train your brain to focus for a short period, but in those short period, you get a lot of work done. Pomodoro Technique works as follow

  1. Choose a task to be completed
  2. Set a timer for 25 minutes and solely focused on that task.
  3. When the timer goes off after 25 minutes, take a 5 minutes break.
  4. Then reset for another 25 minutes
  5. After four periods of these 25 minutes blocks, take a longer break of 15-30 minutes.

Further Reading10 Signs You’ve Found Your Calling

 

Do it now attitude.

do it now attitude

You should have to do it now attitude if you want to become a Successful Entrepreneur. Even though if you don’t have any mood to complete your task you should keep telling yourself I have to do it now. When you are consciously telling yourself to do it now whether it’s task to be completed or problem needs to be solved, it’s much easier just to get it over and done with now rather than leaving it for later. Try it!

 

Don’t multitask.

For 99% people, multitasking will actually make you less productive. The human brain isn’t wired to do multitask; it’s a weakness, not strength to multitask. Multitasking will only be useful if you are doing two things that don’t require a lot of mental effort. But for most activities multitasking will give you a bad result.

 

Don’t be so accessible.

Don’t be so accessible

It takes an average of 25 minutes for you to refocus on your original task after you are distracted. Limit distractions such as answering email or calls for periods when you need to get a lot of work done.

Further Reading5 Tips for Setting Powerful Goals

 

Plan for the next day the night before.

The most productive way to get a solid start to the day is to write a to-do list, the night before. When you don’t write a to-do list, you will find yourself wasting time in the morning instead of getting things done.

 

Use a pen, paper or smartphone app to write down ideas.

Use a pen, paper or smartphone app to write down ideas

Let’s be honest, multiple times in your life you have a great idea, neglecting to write it down, then a few days later you remember you had a superb idea but totally forget what the idea was! With virtual notepad in your pocket today (smartphones), it’s an easy habit to implement by writing down all your ideas you have throughout the day.

 

Work In Right Celsius Temperature.

Did you know that working in 21-25 degree Celsius temperature will make you more efficient, and working in degrees below or above this range will make you less productive? It may sound crazy to you, but it’s a fact.

Further Reading10 Things Successful People Do Every Day

 

Reward Yourself.

This is the best way you can motivate yourself. After completing a large task, you can reward yourself by going for an outing with your friends or doing things which make you happy.

 

Learn To Say “NO” To New Projects.

learn to say no

To save from spreading yourself too thin on dozens of projects, you need to learn to say no to new shiny projects that will potentially just end up distracting you from your main project.

Further Reading10 Ways to Stay Focused When Working From Home

 

Get enough sleep.

I knew some of my friends who sleep less and call this thing hustling. But you’d rather get a solid 8-hour sleep and work 14 laser-focused productive hours on your business than to sleep for 4 hours and being unproductive the whole day.


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