How to Continue with Your Business When It Feels Like You Are Stuck in the Same Place by Olufisayo May 1, 2015 published by Olufisayo Published: May 1, 2015Last Updated on June 15, 2018 1 FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinWhatsappEmail Related Articles Common Mistakes Entrepreneurs Make When Hiring New Employees September 15, 2023 The 5 Essential Safety Tips For Working On... September 15, 2023 5 Tips for Safely Shipping Delicate Products September 15, 2023 Benefits of Skills Management Software For Your Startup... September 6, 2023 5 Useful Ways to Use Automation in Your... August 15, 2023 The 3 Ways for Your Company to Save... August 8, 2023 Why Companies Choose to Incorporate In Delaware August 4, 2023 Local Ranking Factors That Can Help Bolster SEO... August 2, 2023 How to Use Storytelling for Promoting Your Business August 2, 2023 Getting Ahead: SEO Packages For Small Business Entrepreneurs! July 30, 2023 4 comments How to Write a Good Feasibility Report with Format May 2, 2015 - 5:14 PM […] How to Continue with Your Business When It Feels Like You Are Stuck in the Same Place […] Jude May 4, 2015 - 10:10 PM Amazing article. I hope many people could learn and not always blame unrealistic their for their failure. BJ Pivonka May 7, 2015 - 1:51 PM Thanks Jude. It’s not even unrealistic expectations, because they can get there. But they see it as something that is just so far away that they don’t know if they will get there in a time frame that they want. Because those are the people they follow. A good practice is start following some of the people just a few steps ahead of you, they’re a little more attainable and something that most people can truly fathom reaching that level. And then once you get to that level, you look at people up another level from there etc. Terungwa Akaahan May 7, 2015 - 1:45 PM Hi Olu! This is quite an impressive article…it also makes a ton of sense. Success is a process and not a destination. Sadly, many persons fail to see this and instead, are carried away by it’s trappings or what I call the the ‘benefits’. If anyone fails to see the link between long, tiring exhausting work and success, then, a reality check is well in order. By all means, do make the day great! Always, Akaahan Terungwa Comments are closed.