Ever feel like you don’t have enough time?
Yes- the entrepreneur’s greatest asset (time) always seems to be running short. There’s never enough to go around and at the end of the day, you realize that you’re functioning at 20% at best. Your clients get most of your time, your Instagram game gets the rest of your time, and everything and everyone else just kinda goes wherever there’s small windows, right?
Something like that.
I know you built a business so that you can have more freedom. But if you’re anything like me, you built a business without any respect for your time or energy. It’s a tough hole to crawl out of. But it has to be done.
Making more time has to become a priority for you, or your business will work against you. It’ll rob you of your peace and sanity, and you’ll end up resenting your business (and sometimes even your clients) because of it.
KNOW THIS: not having enough time is a SYMPTOM. Is it not the cause of anything. When we know that being short on time is a symptom, we have to take a step back and look at what’s causing that to be true.
This episode looks at lack of time from a business model perspective, but the exercise I walk you through can be applied to any true cause of the “lack of time” symptom even if your business model isn’t your particular cause to being short on time.
There may be a moment in your business where some of these shifts you pursue make you feel like you’re free falling. It is scary, but it’s totally normal. Remember this: you started a business because you’re brave. So you have what it takes to make these shifts no matter how scary they may feel. You can do it. I know you can 🙂