Doers: they’re just like us! Trying to change the world is an inspiring idea, but it can also be nerve-wracking if you’re wondering how to keep up with some of the most productive doers out there. Not to worry, we’ve got you covered! This week’s Gig Economy News is about how to make the most of your talents and your time without losing your mind. Remember, entrepreneurs are people, too.
No More TPS Reports
Don’t feel like you’re effectively communicating with your boss? You’re not alone. Building smooth relationships with higher-ups can shape your career more than almost anything else, but many employees don’t know where to start. Head over to The Wall Street Journal for some pro tips on how to manage up at your office—including advice from our own AND CO from Fiverr team!
An Enlightening Success Story
When you’re getting started as an entrepreneur, whether it’s your first business or your tenth, it’s easy to get swept up in comparing yourself to other (more successful) business owners. Don’t forget though, successful entrepreneurs were also once just starting out, but hard work and strategy got them where they wanted to be. For some inspiration and insights into how doers get it done, check out this Fiverr success story.
Build Up Without Burnout
It’s tempting to go, go, go and try to do it all, but overdoing it is a recipe for quick burnout. A burnt-out entrepreneur is not a productive entrepreneur! That’s why it’s important to be productive strategically. If you invest a little in reading this piece about how to be productive without burning out, you’ll go farther and get more done in the long run.
Take the Next Step
What sets a doer apart from the rest? A doer doesn’t stop when they reach their goals, they keep going and establish new goals along the way. If this sounds like the kind of entrepreneur you want to be, then our latest piece about opening an eCommerce business is a must-read. Get our inside view on the different choices you’ll face and how to make the best decision for your business and goals.
What is your doer goal for this month? Tell us in the comments!