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What to Do If You're Feeling Down

Depressed-PixelAddictHow does feeling down affect a small business?

It makes each day seem like a never-ending juggernaut of unsolvable problems for the small business owner. 

It affects how well clients are engaged, which limits the potential for additional sales and the resulting revenue those sales create. 

Let's face it, feeling down limits (or completely destroys) your sales, marketing and promotional efforts. 

When you're feeling down, the last thing you want to do is put on a happy face and call a prospect or client who needs to hear from you.

Yet, what happens when you don't make those sales and client care calls?

Yep, you feel even worse than you did before.

The reason you feel worse is you know in your heart you have limited your business potential by shrinking back.

The good news is, reversing the tide is easy.

All you have to do is take a deep breath (even though you don't want to) and engage prospects and clients that need to hear from you.  

Act as if you're succeeding by taking focused action, again, even though you don't want to.

When you take focused action, your mood will change. 

The reason your mood changes is you feel hopeful.

You're taking action that makes a difference to your bottom line revenues. Succeeding in business makes us happy.

That new-found happiness will turn down days into a stellar experience in a very short time. 

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