Being an online business owner can be very lonely.
It doesn’t have to be though.
Usually entrepreneurs have to learn by trial and error, but there is a better way!
Investing in a group program that is exactly right for you and your business will be well worth the cost.
It’s a great time saver!
Think about it: How much time have you wasted on implementing ideas that didn’t work out? Or posting on lots of social media platforms that weren’t places where your ideal clients like to hang out?
Often new entrepreneuers charge ahead without:
- Having a plan for creating not only a thriving business but a lifestyle they really want.
- Being clear on their brand so that it speaks to the exact people they want to work with.
- Choosing the best ways to spend their time so that it is enjoyable and productive.
Being busy doesn’t mean that you are productive. Knowing just what tasks are important for growing your unique business lets you spend less time, accomplishing more.
I have enjoyed being part of several group programs. They vary a lot. Most are led by people who insist that you take the identical steps that everyone else does. I learned some good things from those but I also learned that what works for Sally may not work for Jean. We are all different and so are our businesses.
I believe that we should use the strategies that we enjoy using and are effective for our individual niches.
A group program gives you the opportunity to learn from not only the leader but also the experiences of other group members.
One of my favorite features is a small secret Facebook group which is made up of people who have joined the program. Because they are invested in the experience, they tend to be very engaged in the FB group too, sharing their goals and wins and supporting each other.
I know that too many business leaders work too many hours. I feel very strongly that we should choose lifestyles that are ideal for us and then decide how many days and hours we want to devote to working.
This is a better sequence than just working as many hours as possible and then being too tired or out of time to enjoy our family, friends and favorite activities.
Imagine how much more you would love your work if it didn’t interfere with all the other things you love!
The first month of my 6 month group experience for +40 women entrepreneurs is devoted to figuring out each participant’s ideal work/life balance and deciding how to implement it.
I personally know that I work more productively when I work a limited number of hours on weekdays, take weekends off and enjoy vacations. Doesn’t that sound good? You can do it too but you need a plan that is right for you.
Would you be interested in transforming your work life so that you can fully enjoy your personal life? Would you like to wake up every morning, happy with the changes you made?