Tips for starting a new Business part 2

<h2><strong>Tips for starting a New Business</strong></h2>
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<h2><strong>Part 2</strong></h2>
This follows on from Part 1.

<strong> Read it here </strong>
<h3><strong>Your Goals</strong></h3>
Have you ever wondered how you can become more satisfied in life – how you can enjoy life more than ever?
<li>Clarity accounts for probably 80% of success and happiness.</li>
<li>Lack of clarity is more responsible for frustration and underachievement than any other single factor. That’s why we say that “Success is goals and all else is commentary.”</li>
<li>People with clear, written goals, accomplish far more in a shorter period of time than people without them could ever imagine. This is true everywhere and under all circumstances.</li>
You could even say that the three keys to high achievement are, “Clarity, Clarity, Clarity,” with regard to your goals. Your success in life will be largely determined by how clear you are about what it is you really, really want.
<h3><strong>The 7 Process for Setting and Achieving Your Goals.</strong></h3>
<li><strong>First</strong>, decide exactly what you want in each area of your life. Be specific!</li>
<li><strong>Second</strong>, write it down, clearly and in detail.</li>
<li><strong>Third</strong>, set a specific deadline. If it is a large goal, break it down into sub-deadlines and write them down in order.</li>
<li><strong>Fourth</strong>, make a list of everything you can think of that you are going to have to do to achieve your goal. As you think of new items, add them to your list.</li>
<li><strong>Fifth</strong>, organize the items on your list into a plan by placing them in the proper sequence and priority.</li>
<li><strong>Sixth</strong>, take action immediately on the most important thing you can do on your plan. This is very important!</li>
<li><strong>Seventh</strong>, do something every day that moves you toward the attainment of one or more of your important goals. Maintain the momentum!</li>
Only by discovering your innate strengths and by developing them, exploiting them to their highest degree, can you ever fully realize the greatest amount of success satisfaction and enjoyment in everything you do.

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<h2>Your Experience</h2>
What you have done so far in your life will be a strong indicator of how you will survive in business. The accumulated experience, knowledge and skill set will be your most asset. If you have not obtained a good level in all these areas, you will never get a business of the ground and if you try it will not last.

This may seem harsh, but I intend to give you the truth, whether it appears harsh or not. Business of any kind is difficult and can give you some very harsh and difficult to take challenges. There is no love in business, it will consume you and your family and friends will probably suffer. You will have to devote 110% to your business, for perhaps a long time. Nothing is achieved without hard work and dedication, but in the long run you will have a successful and financial rewarding business. Once you have achieved this level your family and friends will benefit and so will you. The reward is worth the effort.

One aspect of your personality that can be a help or hindrance is your productivity style. This summary is based upon the work of Working Simply. Here is the website so you can get more information.

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<h2>What is your Productivity Style?</h2>
There are four Productivity Styles:
The Prioritizer will defer to analytical, logical, fact-based, critical, linear thinking. They are focused on achieving the outcome or the goal of the project, use facts or data to make their decisions and are highly efficient with their time.

They are so focused on execution that they don’t often spend much time or energy on how a task is completed. At times they tend to be controlling and rigid and may be known in the office for their drive and competitiveness. They dislike chit-chat, missing data, or oversharing of anything personal. Their emails are often only a few sentences, or if possible, just a few letters.
The Planner thrives on organized, sequential, planned, and detailed thinking. Though at first glance they may appear as a Prioritizer, the Planner will immerse themselves in the details of a project, while the Prioritizer focuses on only the details that help them complete the project quickly and accurately. The Planner has never met a calendar or project-planning tool that they did not like. They are not known for their spontaneity, and in fact they have missed opportunities due to their resistance to deviate from plans.

A Planner has been known to write something on their to-do list that has already been completed, just so they can cross it off.

They flourish on schedules and action plans and are known for their timely follow-ups. They want you to get to the point; they’ll read the fine print later. They hate attending a meeting without an agenda. Their emails are detailed, often including bullet points and clearly stated next-action steps.
An Arranger prefers supportive, expressive, and emotional thinking. They are the ultimate team player and excel at partnering with colleagues to get work done.

They are a natural communicator and deftly facilitate project meetings. They hate when people lack that personal touch or rely too heavily on data or facts.

Arrangers are talkers; they love stories, eye-to-eye contact, expressing concern for others, and asking questions about the way a project or task helps others. They have been known to need to institute a personal chat budget, only allowing a few minutes of chit chat during work hours and must avoid adding one more person to the cc: line on their email messages.
A Visualizer prefers holistic, intuitive, integrating, and synthesizing thinking. They thrive under pressure and are easily bored if they are not juggling multiple, diverse projects. A Visualizer focuses on the big picture and broad concepts making innovative connections.

At times, they tend to overlook details and tend to value the possibilities over process. Their excessive spontaneity and impulsiveness can lead to breakthrough ideas but can also derail project plans at times.

A Visualizer has probably not seen the surface of thir desk in years because if something is out of sight, it is out of mind. And, their emails tend to be long, filled with concepts and ideas.
So, which one are you? Which of the above Productivity Style descriptions best describes you? Now that you know your Productivity Style, it’s time to identify the productivity best practices that will work <em>for you</em>. There is no one-size-fits-all approach to productivity. You must personalize your productivity strategies and tools based on your Productivity Style. To find out what are the best practices by Productivity Style go to this website:

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This is only the start of <strong>starting a business</strong>, following these steps are all important and need to be considered carefully. If you’re thinking of starting a business venture, use them as a jumping-off point.

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