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3 Books To Help You Get Your Business Mojo Back

3 Books To Help You Get Your Business Mojo Back by Jill CelesteHave you ever (temporarily) lost your business mojo? You know – when you aren’t feeling motivated to do anything for your business – perhaps even asking “why bother?”

It happens to all entrepreneurs. It’s a mindset block, which means it can be busted.

To combat this mindset block, you may work on getting reacquainted with your mission, or read your customer testimonials, or even take a few days off to recalibrate.

(All excellent ways to shift a mindset!)

If you’re like me, you may also reach for a book. Books are wonderful mindset boosters because they motivate while offering practical steps to help you.

In this week’s blog post, I will share three books that will help you get your business mojo back. These are books that have helped me so much, and I think they’ll help you too.


I’m a lifelong learner and a book worm. You too?

Books are an amazing way to jumpstart your mindset and marketing. Let’s face it: The entrepreneurial journey has many potholes, detours, and full stops. These can be discouraging! Thankfully, there are many books out there to help you navigate through.

I’ve compiled a list of three books that will help you get your business mojo back. Depending on your rut, reading one book may do the trick. If you’re feeling really down and out, then please read all three.

(Disclaimer: I am providing Amazon affiliate links to each book. If you purchase through my link, I will get a commission from Amazon.) Continue reading

How To Get Over Blog Writer’s Block

Ask any blogger, and she will tell you that “writer’s block” has made its appearance more than once in her writing career. Writer’s block, though, does not have to be a stifling, no-I-can’t-possibly-write-this-now condition. Truthfully, it’s part of the process of writing.

So how can you get past writer’s block? Here are four helpful tips:

How To Get Over Blog Writer’s Block

Understand what writer’s block really is

If you have not read The War of Art by Steven Pressfield, be sure to add it to your nightstand. In this book, Pressfield talks about resistance: “We experience it as an energy field radiating from a work-in-potential. It’s a repelling force. It’s negative. Its aim is to shove us away, distract us, prevent us from doing our work.” Writer’s block is a form of resistance. It’s your ego saying “no you can’t.” Don’t listen to it. You can. Continue reading