With so much to “get done” in your business, it’s easy to let your fears side track your progress. Check out the first installment of Mental Blocks Monday on Facebook Live, and get a handle on how you may be fooling yourself into staying small.
When it comes to your business, the same is true: comfort is good and stress-reducing, but getting too comfortable is a great way to make a mess of things. While it’s important and healthy to have systems and business practices that suit you well, getting too comfortable with the status quo and not stretching outside the boundaries of your comfort zone is the quickest way to atrophy your profits.
You’re super busy in your practice--a little too busy, in fact. You’re up to your eyeballs in work, and it seems there’s no end in sight. What used to be a more manageable workload has really exploded over the past year. And you’ve been spending so much time at the office that you worry it’s starting to affect your family. You’re just waiting for the evening you come home late (again) and are greeted with the sarcastic comment: “Oh, you still live here?”
While you’re happy to have lots of business, you know you need time with your family to enjoy the life you are working tirelessly to create. You decide you have to do something about this lack of life-work balance and ask yourself an important question:
‘What can I do to make my workload more manageable while keeping my practice profitable?”