I’m feeling: on the verge of burned out
Does this sound familiar? You’re after the first year or two of roadbumps in your business and you’re starting to get a feel for things. (As much as any of us ever do, anyways.) You’re running your business full time, with a steady income – maybe not quite as high as you’d like, and it’s probably plateaued recently. You’re in the beginning stages of outsourcing & delegating, and you want to start moving into more scalable revenue as your business grows (because where it’s at now isn’t very sustainable). You need to build systems into your business from the ground up, & make sure your services are systematized – otherwise you’re burning more time & money than you can afford.
You might be interested in reading…
- How to get a grip on your project
- When you’re on the verge of crispy: a guide for the almost-burned out
- Do you need some training wheels for your outsourcing process? (Outsourcing is easier + cheaper to get started on than you think, & it’ll definitely reduce your overwhelm)
- How to keep your email inbox from eating your brain
- Three ways to make writing your next newsletter easier + faster
- Which idea should you start on next?
- How to banish overwhelm from your business
- Your to-do list is not evil: here’s why
And over in the shop, you can check out:
There’s also Systems 101, which will help you get through the beginning stages of systematizing your business + services: