I was so excited about reinventing my business that most of the time I was either working on my business or thinking about what needed to done. Then, I had a spontaneous mental meltdown where I lost my motivation to write or work on my business. I've always been eager to learn more about career directions, the economy, languages, and literature--then I found that I just didn't care anymore.
Have you ever lost your enthusiasm for your work or business? I understand what it is like. I don't like to set a work schedule. I like the flexibility to think and write when ideas come up and take care of business as it needs to be done. This work style was effective in charging in and working until I finished writing my book: learned the publishing business, and started selling books, but now it is time to re-energize myself and take charge of my coaching business rather than letting it take control of me.
My plan to regain enthusiasm for my work:
- Choose blocks of time to work.
- Do something active.
- Write down ideas as I think of them.
- Take advantage of low creative energy to organize and document.
- Take time to relax, have fun, and re-energize!