A New Way Of Mastering Your Time
And Finding Balance As A Mom Entrepreneur
A New Way Of Mastering Your Time As A Mom Entrepreneur
The art of being present, feeling fulfilled, and having energy for who and what matters most does not lie in the latest productivity hack or checking off all the items on your to-do list...
I know what it's like to feel like there is simply never enough time.
Not trusting yourself because you never do the things you said you were going to do...
The old way of managing our time and trying to cram more things into the minutes and hours of our life does not work.
A retirement mindset (If I work hard now then I can enjoy later) will keep you from living your best life now.
Your business should serve you first. It should fit into your life instead of the other way around.
I used to believe that if I could just work faster then I would have more time to spend with my precious family and the other passions in my life.
But the more productive I became, the less time I had.
As soon as I freed up time in my schedule it would quickly fill up with more pressing tasks. Doing more did not lead to having more time. It just resulted in more doing. My family was the most important part of me and yet they were getting the little scraps of energy I had left at the end of the day.
My transformation was not a sudden smack in the face epiphany. Unfortunately.
It took many hard lessons and years of pushing myself to the point of burnout, overdoing, being stuck in hustle mode, and feeling trapped by old conditioning and beliefs, to get to where I am today.
Running two successful businesses, while homeschooling three kids, all while working 20 hours or less a week, started with the sobering realization that I was so focused on building my business that I couldn't be fully present in any other area of my life.
I have done a lot of research, coaching (both getting coached and coaching my clients), and doing the inner work to get to where I am now.
I know with every fiber of my being that there is no one better equipped, more compassionate, and more determined to help you get your s!@# together.
Let's fill the gap between what you say is important and how you spend your time.