A couple years ago I was drowning in overwhelm, exhaustion and burnout and I was taking on more than I could handle. Learning to set boundaries in my personal life and in business helped me navigate the many hats I wear it in a healthier way for me and for those around me.
What's that one thing you're avoiding right now? You know the one I'm talking about.
That thing that keeps you up at night (or wakes you up). That thing that's been hanging out on your to do list for weeks or months yet there never seems to be enough time to get to it.
Here's your solution.
Planning your business requires an entirely different approach than running your business if you want to create intentional growth.
If you’ve never used a planner, they're the place where vision is birthed and focus is applied. Miracles ensue.
When my daughter was about a year old I hit a wall so hard that it nearly did me and my business in. This was when I figured out a productivity hack that makes my self care as important as my next client meeting, both of which get scheduled into my daily calendar.
Writing your own eulogy allows you to reverse engineer your life by getting clear on what you want to be remembered for. Turns out, we spend a lot of time on things that will never show up in our eulogy. Go figure.
It's unlikely that I'll ever stand on top of a 7 figure empire, but I'm totally ok with that.