Episode 94: 5 Ways To Get Re-inspired

Episode 94: 5 Ways To Get Re-inspired

Aug 4, 2020


As much as I love the look on my clients’ faces when I bring them clarity or solve a problem for them, sometimes I feel uninspired. Sometimes I just don’t want to do it! So how do you shake off the funk and get re-inspired to work on your business?

Don’t be fooled by the smiles and the highlight reels on social media.

Entrepreneurship is a rollercoaster and there are times when we feel uninspired and don’t want to walk the path that many of us have created for ourselves. I know from experience that this can be a scary headspace to be in.

So let’s break down some of the ways I have been able to break out of that funk and spark creativity in my business

Here’s the cliff notes version of what I share in the episode:

1.) Are your motivations extrinsic or intrinsic?

  • If you are extrinsically motivated, your motivation is likely to fade.
  • Find out if there’s a personal and genuine connection to what you’re trying to get done.

2.) Revisit your vision and mission aka your why

  • Focus on what matters
  • Positive affirmations instead of giving in to your negative self-talk

3.) Break down your tasks into smaller steps

  • Set a timer – Pomodoro

4.) Celebrate your wins and acknowledge how far you’ve come

  • Reward yourself for things you accomplish BUT also give yourself consequences

5.) Surround yourself with inspiring people

  • You Are the Sum of the Company You Keep
  • Don’t fall into a comparison trap

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I'm Serwaa, your new business strategist.

I’m a digital business strategy expert, headstrong high achiever, mom of two girls and wife to a strapping African man.

Embracing these facets of my life has been the key to breaking through my plateaus!

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