Goal setting is as important as sleep, water, and shelter. Yet, many small business owners only think about how they want their business to grow, not how they are actually going to make that happen...
Ninety day goals bring laser focus to the most important next steps in your business, over and over again. Those of you running your own business know how important planning and goal setting are to your success. We see it time and time again with our clients: Those who plan, set goals and follow through on their goals, succeed. Those who don’t plan and set goals end up failing. It’s as simple as that. But not all goals are effective at driving progress and success in your business. The sweet spot for goal setting, without a doubt, is 90 days...
As a female business owner working from home seems like a great idea. There's no need to go to the office every day, no business attire and no unwanted social interactions. The loud noise from your colleagues, the buzzing sounds of the photocopying machine and all the other office distractions suddenly disappear.
However, the excitement of working from home may slowly fade away once you fall into a routine, especially if you feel the need to socialize.
To avoid this feeling, you must learn how to be productive, how to stay in touch with your employees and clients/customers, and how to stay motivated in your new home office.
Building an engaged social media platform for your small business is no joke. It’s not something you can set and forget, or half-ass. It takes planning, time, and commitment.
Expecting to grow your social media following while only posting once in a blue moon is like doing a few sit ups and expecting to suddenly develop a six pack - it’s just not going to happen. You need to put in the work - You need to start content batching.
Unless you happen to be in the 2% known as ‘supertaskers’ chances are that trying to switch between tasks means not doing a single one of them well, if at all.
So, if multitasking isn’t all it is cracked up to be, how can we be more productive, feel less overwhelmed and take back some of our precious time?
The answer is in single tasking.
In the busy world in which we operate as female entrepreneurs, with overwhelm and burnout becoming more and more common, I'm going to tell you how to get your very own fairy godmother in business.