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MarketOrders COO featured in 2 CEO Blog Nation articles

Our Co-Founder & COO, Sukhi Jutla, was recently featured in CEO Blog Nation articles “28 Entrepreneurs Share Their Tips and Tricks of Staying Motivated” and “12 Entrepreneurs Explain How They Shatter Their Business Goals”.
She said: “Being an entrepreneur often means there is no clear roadmap laid out as most entrepreneurs are doing something which has never been done before. This also means it can be hard to see if you are making progress and you need to be able to keep yourself motivated in order to stay focused on your goals and not give up which is one of the biggest reasons for failure in the start-up world. One of the ways I stay motivated is to schedule in periods of time on a weekly basis where I can treat myself to something that is not related to work. This can include things like a day trip to the beach, a massage or a trip to the theatre. Sometimes it can be as simple as spending the afternoon in my favourite park. Scheduling in treats like this keeps me motivated as it motivates me to get tasks done knowing that once I have completed something important I can treat myself to something fun and it acts a reward for important tasks done. These ‘mini-rewards’ help to keep my motivation levels high.”
In the second article, she said: “Unrelenting focus on your goal and not wavering from it helps you smash your goals. Doubt and insecurity can seep in so you have to continually remind yourself why you do what you do and refocus on the progress you are making and looking forward. I keep a log of things I’ve achieved and we share all our progress and success with our investors and customers in our monthly newsletter. Keeping track and seeing this progress keeps me motivated! An example of when we smashed a huge goal was crowdfunding. We never gave up hope or courage right until the end of the campaign when we pushed even harder and gave it all we had to smash our goal, which resulted in us overfunding on our target. We used all the resources we could possibly think of to help us reach our goal. Our team, our family and friends, and our network. Never underestimate the power of your network!”
Read the first article here
And the second article here.