Sometimes just staying motivated can be incredibly difficult for small business and solo entreprenuers. Some things to consider when you are feeling out of sorts and wanting to just quit what you are doing are:
Wait it out: If you are really doing what you love to do you can begin to accept some of the ebbs and flows of energy. It isn't always like flying to the moon and understanding that makes it a bit easier. If you know you are doing what you are meant to do or are at least discovering that you are on the right path. Ride out the times of unfulfilled moment and busy yourself with small things that will recharge your batteries.
Stay on track: Sure, you can whine a bunch about what isn't going right or you can just keep doing what you are doing. Chris Guillebeau has a great post on using the time "wasted" while waiting for an airplane.
"I knew I’d feel better if I used the time well, so I sat down and wrote. I made myself do it, camping out in a sea of people. There were no outlets, so I worked fast to conserve battery power.
I wrote 1,200 words, and then I wrote another 500 words for something else, and then another 500 words for this post. Four hours went by and I boarded my flight to Jo’burg feeling great. I was behind on my emails as usual, but ahead on my art. I drank bad red wine (shoutout to Kenya Airways again) and didn’t feel guilty about taking a short nap on the way down to South Africa."
Do one small thing: Sometimes it is just the feeling of being overwhelmed that stops us from liking or doing anything in our business. I suggest you do one small thing - anything - that moves you closer to your ultimate goals. That can be making a list, crossing one thing off your list, taking a walk with a friend/ally, doing one of the things you really love, or just organizing your things. That one small act can help you get more focused and ready to tackle it all again tomorrow.