Get out of your head + keep moving

Today I wanted to talk to you about something I have seen many people who want to start businesses or grow their businesses do. They get stuck in their own heads. 

Maybe you are listening to too many voices telling you what the next best thing is, maybe you feel your ideas will not work or are not good enough, or maybe the thought of putting your ideas out there just scares you a little. 

That's okay. It happens to everyone. But, there is a problem when that happens often.

When you are stuck in your own head you build negativity around your goals, you fear putting your ideas out there, and you procrastinate and put off the date you want to build upon your idea further and further along.

If it happens often then you become stagnant. You do not grow any further towards your goals as you did when you first started. You lose sight of why you wanted to do it in the first place. It slowly, but surely becomes less important to you and it always sits in the backseat of your brain because you are not ready to act upon it.

If its important to you - If the end goal (whether that is to make extra money, achieve a level of financial freedom, doing what you love; etc) is important to you then STOP pushing it aside, do not let it stay stuck in your head, and do not fear failure. 

Break your goal into manageable steps and get to work. 

Get out of your head + keep moving!

Obsessed with helping you build a better business,

Zobia Alvi

Zobia Alvi

Little Eternities, Hoboken, New Jersey, USA

Hi my name Zobia (pronounced ZOH-BEE-UHH) Alvi and I like to create things. You can find me creating websites and designing blogs through Little Eternities Design Studio, selling retail fragrances through my small business, Fragrance Essence LLC, writing a fiction novel called Within the Bindings, blogging on my business/lifestyle blog where I distribute plenty of useful resources, tips, and tidbits to the (well) interesting world of business, or you can read about discoveries I make in the technology field on my technology blog, It's Technologic. When I'm not blogging, maintaining a business, web-devloping, or writing my fiction novel, you can find me freelancing online, being a full-time computer science and finance student, and working at my day job.