Losing our mojo can have not-so-good consequences when we own a business. I love to learn ways to overcome this phenomenom because I, too, fall into the abyss once in a while. The old excitement flame just doesn’t want to ignite. If you don’t do something quickly, it can hurt your bottom line. Here’s one tip you need to remember: Try to hang out with, communicate with and share with people who are on a mojo heat! They are excited, involved and working on amazing projects. Instead of commiserating about your lack of enthusiasm, catch some from the igniters. It will serve you well!
Here are 3 good ways to get your mojo back after a slump. Maybe it’s the holiday; maybe you had family distractions; maybe you took a vacation. Now you’ve lost your mojo somewhere around the intersection of sleeping late and girls just wanna have fun. Mix up your workspace. Dust it off, put a flower in a jar, change the way your desk faces — anything to have a new atmosphere. First thing during your work day. make a list for the first day back to reality. Don’t overdo it. Schedule an eight-hour work day with lunch and 2 breaks. Then take the lunch break away from your desk. This helps to get you away from work for at least an hour. An hour before quitting time, look at your list; finish only the highest priorities; and get on with your evening. Give these suggestions a try; they work!