Are you running your business or is your business running you?
This is all about do you feel like you’re flying by the seat of your pants just to keep up with this crazy monster you’ve created called Your Business. If the answer is,
“Yeah, I’m feeling like I’m flying by the seat of my pants. I’m just trying to play catch up on everything from my inbox to my marketing to all the things that I’m trying to do in my business.”
Then you’re going to love what I have to talk about for today’s episode of the Uncomplicate Your Business Show.
Today we're breaking it all down and talking about the numbers. We're going to talk about exactly what it means to have a six figure business.
If you happen to catch last week's episode on a big enough business then maybe you went through the process I shared with you to figure out what size your big enough business is and there were really two parts to determining the size of your big enough business.
This is the business. It is a perfect size for you so that you can enjoy your life right now. This is a jumping off point. It doesn't mean your big business can't grow.
And in last week's episode, I talked a lot about the growth trajectory my big business has gone as I've grown as an entrepreneur as I've transitioned different life stages and things have kind of shifted and evolved for me personally.
Let's dive into how to reduce your stress to dollar ratio in your business.
This is a concept that has completely transformed the way I approach my business everything from how I market my business how I run my business behind the scenes.
For every single offering that you have you have to be aware of the fact that there is a level of stress associated with it.
Today, we’re talking about why a big enough business is the key to designing a life and business you love.
As an entrepreneur who teaches other entrepreneurs how to design a lifestyle business, I have to say that I see a lot of hype. Not a day goes by when my Facebook newsfeed doesn’t include some variation of:
As someone behind the scenes, with my own clients and my business BFFs, my colleagues and peers; I know that what we see on social media and on people’s fancy websites, it is just part of the picture.
We talk all about the end results. You know, those dollar dollar bills. We might get a glimpse into their real lifestyle, which of course, is complete with fancy, lavish vacations and expensive cars.
It’s so easy to believe that bigger is better, that a six, seven or eight figure business equals finally having that freedom that we’re all seeking. But here’s the problem...