The year is coming to a close, and I have so much to reflect on. From going full time with my business to refining my services and working with so many ideal clients, it has been a good year.
Don’t get me wrong, the job comes with its challenges, but at the end of the day - it’s a great gig.
Lately, I am obsessed with all things Enneagram. For those of you who have not heard about this amazing personality typology - let me give you a super quick breakdown, but trust me, you are going to want to check out more for yourself later.
Starting a business is no joke. Coming up with the idea to start your own business may be easy, but actually making it happen is another story. While I have been doing this for a few years, I have made my fair share of mistakes. Some have been minor, others have been pretty major.
Let me preface this by saying this post is a doozy. If you take the time to read it, thank you. I have written about my journey to owning my business, how I became an entrepreneur and just overall sharing my story. Enjoy! :)
As a business owner, you often want to seem friendly and feel the need to respond to an inquiry almost right away. You don’t take time to think through the implications of our boundaries until you are close to burnout. By setting boundaries in your business, you can create a better work-life balance.
I have been taking inventory of my go-to office supplies and I have complied a list of my favorites! I always loved back-to-school shopping growing up and getting stuff for my business is no different.
I am here to say it’s time for us to get back on track. It is finally time to reel in all of the other distractions and get the gears going. It’s time for you get to clearer about the goals for your business!
I will be the first to admit: I struggle with a work/life balance. I have had periods where I am all work no play. Then I go through phases of all play no work. Sometimes the thought of getting up early to finish a project excites me and other days I would rather hit snooze 34 more times (this is a really bad habit of mine).