How To Create Momentum In Your Business – 4 Steps

Create Momentum In You Business
How To Create Momentum in your business


They say that the biggest decision is investing in your own business. I beg to differ. I feel that taking your first steps into action is a way bigger decision. Generally speaking, we are pretty good at doing the comfortable steps to move forward and though making a purchase seems like “Going Big”…it’s not.

I know, this might not be accepted by some so, let me explain myself. Making a purchase, though a decent decision, is a single action. Once it’s over, it’s over. The hard work comes in when running that business. The day in and day out activities that must be performed. The ‘Uncomfortable Zone’. The place where procrastination lives.
We are really good at getting ready to take action. Being in learning mode is great however, we tend to get sucked in conference room and stuck in that realm. We’ve all been there. “Once I learn this, I’m going to take massive action”

In the Video Below, we discuss how to get out of the conference room and in the action room, along with your niche and your business model. Pulling them all together so you can create momentum in your business. Might Mo!!

I realize that this seems really simple and it should be. The home business arena is not a difficult space to win in. Where we raise resistance in our own business is the mistake made in step 4 in the video above. 
That simple tip could have saved thousands in our industry. 

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Steve Krivda

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11 thoughts on “How To Create Momentum In Your Business – 4 Steps

  1. Jelena Ostrovska

    Fantastic tips Steve! Getting out of the conference room and taking action is so important, knowledge without implementation is pointless. Having a vision board and knowing where you're going is so essential! Thank you for sharing this!

    1. Steve Krivda Post author

      Boom, right on Jelena

  2. David Thompson

    Awesome post Steve. Conference room mentality keeps people stuck because people think knowing it is success. Other great points know your target market and understand your business. Totally agree that too many people get sucked into the think big start big but every business starts off with little steps done day in and day out. Awesome info for people to get out of their own way.

    1. Steve Krivda Post author

      awesome, thanks David!

  3. Stephane Lacroix

    I appreciate your commitment to helping others Steve. Paying attention and asking questions can definitely help us find out what our target maket needs. Stick with the game plan alway! If things don't workout adjust your sail but stick to the game plan and keep moving forward.

    Great content Steve!


    1. Steve Krivda Post author

      Thanks Steph, we’re all in this together 🙂

  4. Lorraine Menza

    In order to stretch and grow, we have to do something that we are uncomfortable with, and learn to get comfortable!

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