Understanding these natural seasons of your business can really set you up for success and help you to take off running in the fall.
For many entrepreneurs, especially us mamapreneurs, us working moms who are juggling kids who are off on their spring break or summer break, summer can bring a dip in new clients and revenue.
Whether we're just juggling our own family during that time, or it's a time of year where our own students and clients are off on vacation and they're not thinking about coming in to see us or to work with us, it can feel really easy to slip into those lazy days of summer.
I want you to know that the summer slowdown is a perfect time to build your business.
About six months ago, in December of 2016, I had an episode that was all about how to do a year in review and set yourself up for success in the new year.
The truth is, it feels like New Year’s gets all the glory, that’s when everybody is dreaming big and they’re setting smart goals, but by June chances are your goals, your priorities, things going on in your business, might have changed.
I want you to know that this is totally normal.
When you are a solopreneur or you’re running a small business where you are the one in charge of pretty much everything going on, things can shift pretty quickly.
There might be a new opportunity you decided to go for, there might be a new product or program or service you decided to create. Things can change very quickly when we’re running these small businesses.
Today I wanted to take time today to walk you through a process that I do around this time of year - a mid-year review.