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15 Ways To Get Yourself Motivated

Posted by Tom LarsenOct 14, 2013 Operations, Organization 0 Comment

Is every morning a like a Monday

Entrepreneurs need a little motivation.

Morning to you?

If it’s hard to get yourself going in the morning, sometimes a stiff cup of coffee isn’t enough to do the job. Solo entrepreneurs complain of the tedious “Bottle Washer” jobs they must complete in their startup.  Salespeople need more “Yes” when their day is filled with “No”.

If any of the above describes you, grab your smart phone or MP3 player and make an energizing music playlist with the following Rock Anthems:

  1. We Are The Champions – Queen
  2. Who Are You? – The Who
  3. Born In The U.S.A – Bruce Springsteen
  4. Don’t Stop Believin’ – Journey
  5. Immigrant Song – Led Zeppelin
  6. Move Along – All American Rejects
  7. Raise Your Hands – Bon Jovi
  8. Dancing In The Streets – Van Halen
  9. American Idiot – Green Day
  10. The Anthem – Good Charlotte
  11. I Will Follow – U2
  12. Bring Me To Life – Evanescence
  13. U.S. Blues – Grateful Dead
  14. Young Americans – David Bowie
  15. Star Spangled Banner – Jimi Hendrix

Sometimes a playlist of great music can help make you more productive. If a particular song gets you going in the morning or during a late afternoon sinking spell, share it with us. If more than great music recommendations, you need help managing those parts of your business that distract you from your goals of growing it, we might be able to help. We help early stage businesses and entrepreneurs find the shortest path to growth and increased profitability through outsourcing.  Learn how to get more “Yes” today at 530.645.1636 or by e-mail at info@tdbizsolutions.

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