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Re-Gaining Your Groove
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    Re-Gaining Your Groove
    by Terri Seymour

    2002 Terri Seymour

    Well, the holidays are coming to a close and it is time
    to get back to business!! It is hard to believe it is
    the year 2003!!

    Sometimes after the hectic holidays, getting back to
    the day-to-day routine of running an online business
    can be hard. If you are like me, you kind of feel like
    you have lost your groove or your focus and need to
    get back in the swing of things.

    A few things that may help us do this are:

    1. Review - Take a little time to go over 2002. What
    were your goals? How were you going to achieve these
    goals? Did you achieve your goals? If not, DO NOT
    be discouraged. We are at the brink of a new year!
    Realize what could have kept you from reaching
    your goals and make the necessary changes.

    2. Revise - Make new goals and write out a new
    business plan. Learn from your experiences, good
    and bad, and improve your outlook and success.
    Make note of all you did right and all you did wrong.
    Reform your methods for a bigger and better year!

    3. Repeat - Keep doing all the things that have helped
    your business to grow. Writing articles, ad swaps,
    ezine publishing, announcements, etc. Resume the
    methods and moves that have helped your business grow!

    4. Reorganize - Go through all your files, folders and
    figures. Throw out all the old *stuff* that hasn't
    helped you in any way. Go over all your info and only
    keep what you need. Refresh your entire organization!

    5. Remain - Keep your focus and do not let go of your
    determination and motivation. Remind yourself why
    you started your business and the dreams you have for
    it and yourself. Revitalize your dreams and goals!

    6. Reward - Give yourself credit for all you have done
    and accomplished in 2002. Starting and running a
    successful online business takes a lot of work, time
    and commitment. It is not done overnight so be proud
    of the progress you made and prepare yourself for
    more success. Resolve to do more in 2003!

    7. Rejoice - Reflect on all the things in life you are
    blessed with - friends, family, life and all the simple
    pleasures. Do not dwell on mistakes you might have
    made. Revel in the fact that you had the chance to
    make them and can learn from them!

    I know that these are not *specific* tips on re-gaining
    your groove, but following these ideas can keep you
    in a better frame of mind for re-joining the Internet
    marketing world after the hustle and bustle of the
    holiday season! So, let's all re-sign ourselves to the
    fact that it is time to get back to business and re-turn
    to the everyday routine of work! ;-)

    I hope everyone had a Holiday Season to Remember!

    Terri Seymour owns and operates
    Learn to publish and promote your own ezine.
    Sign-up for the FR~E MOE Ezine Publishing Ecourse
    You can contact Terri at


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