There is Always a Tomorrow in Business



Are you making all your decisions based on what is happening today or based on what you would want to happen tomorrow? People don’t like to look ahead so they miss the rosy outlook that the future can bring. Things may be tough now but there is always tomorrow.

Most people are grateful just to make it through another day without losing their job but they don’t look further to see the opportunities that can be created, even in their job tomorrow. We need to understand that today does not tell us what is going to happen tomorrow.

So what can you do to help create a better tomorrow?

Here are some suggestions:

  1. Admit that you prefer to be somewhere else. Business goes round in cycles and the economy will not always be in the down position all the time. Sooner or later things will come up and then we can go from there.

  2. Admit that you have fears. When the economy is down many people have the wind knocked out of them. When the economy is up they feel alive. The trick is to push your fears away and maintain your motivation to keep trying.

  3. Admit that you do not know what to do. Starting something is the most difficult part. It is very easy to procrastinate and this will only make things worse. But once you take one step forward, then the other steps seem to follow quite easily.

  4. Admit that you would rather be somewhere else. The grass always looks greener on the other side. Admit to yourself that you would rather be somewhere else and once done, then admit that you are grateful to have the situation that you have now and the family that you love around you.

  5. Admit that you sometimes need a helping hand. There is nothing wrong in asking for help. You will soon find that there are many friends and family members that will support you and encourage you and love you. It doesn’t matter how tough the times are or what the trauma or tragedy is.

  6. Remember there is only one life to live so you may as well give it your best shot.


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