Category :: Be The Boss
Do you ever find yourself feeling frustrated and unfocused in your business to the point where you know you aren’t doing the things that need to be done to get you to those business goals?
If so, listen up, because today we are talking about the one practice I have put in place in my business that ensures that I’m staying focused and staying on track every week, month, and year towards achieving those big business goals.
One of the most significant challenges I hear from women entrepreneurs is we set those big dreams. We set those big goals at the beginning of the year, but a few weeks, a few months in, we find ourselves off track.
We find ourselves struggling with those shiny objects that keep asking for our attention, begging for our attention, and, as a result, we’re not getting where we need to go.
Do you relate to that feeling of sitting down at your desk and just feeling completely unsure of where your time and energy should be focused every day?
Well, if that’s you, you’re in luck, because today we are talking about a practice that I call my weekly CEO date. Now, if you’ve taken my Fired Up and Focused Challenge or you followed my Plan Your Best Year Ever Challenge, both of those happen earlier on in the year.read more
Listen in to learn:: ➳ The key differences between working in your own business as The Employee, The Manager, and The CEO (and how not knowing this difference is keeping you stuck in a rut!) ➳ How to make the shift from employee to CEO - even if you're just getting...read more
Last week I dove in with a pretty epic episode about the 6 lessons I have learned on this journey to becoming a multiple six-figure CEO of my business.
These are lessons that I see a lot of my peers and clients learning as they start making that transition from being a high five-figure entrepreneur to hitting six-figures and then trending towards multiple six-figures.
$150,000-$200,000 is a professional salary that replaces a lot of our former corporate salaries and then some. And that’s really exciting, right?
But there are a few mindset shifts we need to go through in order to accomplish that.
Most of us start this business because we want to do work we love with people we love and be well-paid for it.
But when you break down the hours, you realize you might be getting to spend 50% of your time doing the actual work that you love and the rest of the time is spent running a business.
What happens to a lot of us is we start off doing all the things in our business and we get to a point where we just cannot grow.
We create this ceiling in how much we can grow our business. We max out on clients, then we max out on our prices, and then what are we to do? Where do we go next?
Here’s a few mindset shifts that six-figure CEOs know that a lot of entrepreneurs who are struggling to hit that six-figure mark haven’t embraced yet.read more