You know how it’s easy to stay upright on a bicycle while it’s moving, yet extremely tough to do so when it’s perfectly still? The force that makes this possible is also key to a stable, successful business. And that force is momentum.
Sure, in an attempt to stay upright on a bike you can fidget and shimmy in place while remaining relatively still. But once you start pedaling and begin building that momentum you can sit comfortably and enjoy the ride…just as long as you keep pedaling.
This is why I encourage you to get started on your next big idea. The sooner you start, the sooner you’ll begin building the momentum that will turn your idea into reality.
I bring this up because this week on Starting Now I talk to Joel Runyon, the founder of IMPOSSIBLE. Joel has spent the last decade pushing his limits and creating the momentum needed to build and sustain multiple businesses as a solo entrepreneur.
Joel is a shining example of doing more without burnout.
“If you work on something that you get energy from you can get tired, but you don’t get burned out.”
Listen to Create momentum and do the impossible with Joel Runyon on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, YouTube, or wherever you listen to podcasts.
What kind of momentum have you been building since starting your blog or business as of late? Let me know.