Building Beyond the Material: The Call to Persevere in Building
Building anything from scratch is never easy, and it's not uncommon to feel discouraged or overwhelmed along the way. Whether you're creating a business, writing a book, designing a product, or pursuing any other project that requires hard work and dedication, it's important to keep going even when the going gets tough. I want to share some reasons why you shouldn't quit when building, and provide tips for staying motivated.
Remember Your Why
Perhaps you had a vision for a product that would solve a common problem, or you saw an opportunity to create something that didn't exist yet. Maybe you wanted to challenge yourself and see what you were capable of achieving. Whatever your reasons, they were important enough to motivate you to start building in the first place. Right? Don't lose sight of that initial spark that lit the fire and keep it burning by reminding yourself of your goals, which is why your strategy is so important.
Remember Building Takes Time
Rarely does anything come together overnight, and often, it takes many iterations and improvements to get things right. If you're feeling discouraged because progress seems slow or because you've hit a roadblock, take a step back and evaluate your situation. What can you do differently? What can you learn from your mistakes? Remember that setbacks are a natural part of any creative process, and they can be opportunities for growth and learning if you see them properly.
You Need Support
Building can be a lonely pursuit, and it's easy to feel like you're on your own. However, there are likely others who have gone through similar experiences or who have expertise in areas that you don't. Seek out mentors, peers, or industry experts who can provide feedback, guidance, or even just a listening ear. Sharing your journey with others can be incredibly rewarding and can help you stay motivated when the going gets tough. (Aaannnnddd if you need help with strategy or motivation then book a session with me asap.)