Alright, Goal Diggers! One-on-one business coaching sessions are back, and I am SO excited about it! This episode of Goal Digger is teaming up with the incredible girl boss, Carrie Moe, of Type A Society. Carrie comes to me as a mega successful, ridiculously creative woman who is striving for work-life balance while maintaining her career growth and income.
She is an incredible business woman, but is striving for more, and is coming to me with her questions! No matter what question Carrie threw at me, it somehow circled back to one, over-arching question:
How do I develop work-life balance and maintaining creativity within my workflow?
During this episode, we discussed potential methods that would make Carrie feel like she is running her business (and not vice-versa!)
-Removing the doubt that you are the only one capable of doing your job
-Be realistic about what others are capable of accomplishing
-Hire the right people, at the right time, for the right job
-With the right training/vision, people can do just about anything!
-Outsourcing allows you to cut out the busy work & dream bigger for your business (and the profits will follow!)
-Saying “no” to one thing is really saying “yes” to something else
-Invest only in the projects that move your bottom line
-Tackle your email inbox/inquiries more efficiently and effectively
-What is your currency: time or money?
-It is possible to maintain (and grow!) profits while working less
MAINTAINING THE JOB ROLE YOU WANT:
-Those parts of the business that you thrive on: make them a priority!
-Focusing on your talents is not only enjoyable, but profitable
-Outsource the parts of the job that drain you (It’s possible! Trust me!)
-By capitalizing on your skills (and building a team on this foundation) allows everyone to do their best work and run an efficient business
-Remember the reason you started this business in the first place? Get back to that energy and enthusiasm you once felt!
Join us as we dig into the intimate details of her business– from automating to outsourcing, all the way to marketing and employee payments. It was such an incredible honor to “remove the veil on what life as an entrepreneur, mother, and all the things truly looks like.”