One of the best things about working with business owners and entrepreneurs is that we get to surround ourselves with those kinds of people. Passionate, drive, and ambitious people. We get to help people launch their business, rebrand, or even just bring them more customers and refine their business process.
Through the process, we often get to share some of the ideas and things that have really worked for us. In the digital marketing world, we spend a lot of time in front of screens, and less time in front of customers. Even when we are talking with our customers, most of the time its not outside in the sun, we have our dark caves and coffee shops for that.
So we learned that the more we surround ourselves with positivity and motivation, the harder we worked. For example, I especially love this canvas print I got from Notstatusquo.com that says “rise and grind.” Some mornings, you just aren’t feeling it. (Can anyone relate?) I look over each morning and this motivational canvas is one of the first things I see. It tells me every morning with our fail that I need to get up, I need to get motivated, I have business to build and lives to change, so, “let’s to this!”
I walk down the stairs and see other prints, that fuel my drive. I have a huge passion for travel, and there is a world map print that is laced out in the word GO, and it’s my way of telling myself, get this stuff done so you can go experience the world. More than that, it’s fueling my drive for life. I am passionate about chasing my dreams and my goals.
I recommend anyone who is passionate about their dream or goals to surround themselves with things that make them happy, and fuel that drive. Let’s be honest, the rollercoaster of life isn’t always easy and sometimes we need a kick in the tail to stay motivated.
I know we here at Raine Digital really like notstatustquo.com because their prices are super reasonable, and the prints are amazing quality. Remember if it was easy, everybody would do it. It’s going to hard, give yourself every advantage, and don’t discount the idea of a lot of little advantages.