5 Ways to Maintain Positive Momentum at Work

Capitalizing on positive momentum at work takes a conscious effort, day in and day out. You need to make sure your team is feeling it before getting all your work done. However, it can be hard to maintain that positive momentum without a few tricks.

We asked five entrepreneurs how they keep up the positive vibes even though stressors come up in their daily life. Take a look at what they had to say below and get ready to be a motivating machine.

Reset, Recharge and Recalibrate

Throughout the month it’s always a good time to take a quick breath, assess the previous month, review insights and feedback, and utilize that knowledge to set new goals/outcomes and align new strategies accordingly. We believe in constant improvement, whether it’s internal staff communications, streamlining operations or adding more value for the client.

– Angela Delmedico of Elev8 Consulting Group

Work With Passion

Live your purpose. Remember why you do what you do best and keep in mind that anything worthwhile takes time to build. It’s important to stay positive and live with passion. At our company, we love to get feedback from customers and continue to innovate.

– Jessica Baker of Aligned Designs

Keep Meeting New People

I think about some of the unique challenges the coming year might bring, some of the people I might meet, and some of the successes I might enjoy. I’ve always found my job to be pretty enjoyable, so reframing it in a positive light is actually easier than you’d think.

– Steven Buchwald of Buchwald & Associates

Focus on Long Term Goals

There really isn’t much of a slow down in the SEO world as Google runs 24/7. My team is focused on goals for 2017, specifically SEO objectives and opportunities we have with new and long-standing clients. The key for the team to focus on new opportunities, what we can achieve for our clients, what that means for the company, and how that benefits the entire team.

– Christopher Rodgers of Colorado SEO Pros

Keep Your Brand Fun

So much of this comes down to your brand identity and the behavior of your target audience. Are you positioning your brand to be fun? Charitable? Affordable? Then how can you make this fun and personal to your customers and creative for your team.

– Ryan Meghdies of Tastic Marketing

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