EPISODE 243 of the Moms Do Business Different Podcast
As moms we tend to work around the clock – serving our families and then serving in our businesses.
It can be a lot on our plate and sometimes, I reach a point where I say “bump this!”
However, we are building these businesses for a reason, so let’s chat about how to find the time to work and grow your business as a mama (from the pov of someone with small kids).
Let’s chat about: Finding the time to work and grow your business as a mama (with small kids)
set realistic expectations
Create a bare minimum business strategy where you know whats the minimum you need to do for visibility, nurturing, and conversion to keep your business running.
What needs your attention: clients, content/marketing/visibility, conversions/sales, company/operations. This is where you’ll focus your effort and energy when you do sit down to work. This will keep you hyper focused on the most important things in your business.
set long work hours
Decide on a time for your more intensive work where you can get the buy in of family to support you. If you can get support 1 day each week for 3-4 hours to work (kid free) that will give you time to significantly move the needle forward and serve your clients.
be ok with less quality
Prioritize IMPACT over quality. Your content may not be highly produced but if it is impactful then that is what matters.
The structure and price of your offer matters.
Listen to the full episode to get the rest of my thoughts on: How to find the time to work as a mom.
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