(For an additional description of this form, see Part I – Early Lessons, of Makeup Optional
When you work regularly, you get good at it. You get a rhythm going and you feel like a professional. You need to decide when you are going to work. Look at a calendar for an upcoming week. Pencil in your current priorities – the things you cannot or will not change. Now look for two or more blocks of time that you are willing to commit to walking out your door and build your business. Pencil them in. Also look for “pockets of time” – 15 minutes or more – that you can commit every day. These pockets of time are for business contacts and other income-generating activities.