So many of you shared your goals and intentions for 2018 this past week. As I read message after message, it became abundantly clear that you all have one goal in common: you want to keep growing your business without feeling like everything is so complicated.
You want to find your focus. You want to have a clear direction moving forward. You want to make your business work without feeling like you’re spinning on the hamster wheel of entrepreneurship.
I completely get it because these are the exact things I wanted when I set out to radically simplify my business last year. And now that I’ve experimented with how to simplify and know what works and what doesn’t, I’m sharing what I learned with you in my new guide, 5 Steps to Simplify Your Business.
Inside this FREE guide, I’m revealing the five key practices I use to simplify my business. These are the practices I teach my clients to help them simplify so they can grow more sustainably while also enjoying more freedom and flexibility in their life. (And let me just say, one skeptic to another, if you’re raising your eyebrows and doubting that this is even possible for a busy business owner like you, this guide could be exactly what you need.)
Here’s what most excites me about this guide: I’m not just going to tell you what these key practices are. I’ve also included an action item for each step that will help you use this stuff to benefit you and your business.
Here’s a sneak peek. In the guide, you’ll learn how to…
- Stop doing all the things and instead focus on one goal at a time so you can actually get the important stuff done.
- Pursue progress not perfection (because perfectionism can quickly turn a simple to-do into something that’s time-consuming and overly complicated).
- Delegate – even if you don’t have a budget to hire someone yet.
I want this to be the year you simplify your business – and not just for simplicity’s sake. I want you to learn to simplify because it’s the thing that will help you grow your business sustainably while also creating flexibility and freedom in your life.
If that’s what you want too, let’s start making that happen for you with my FREE guide.
P.S. Now that I’ve shared my guide with you, I have a favor to ask. If you have a co-working friend, a business partner, an accountability buddy or any otherwise rad creative woman who wants to uncomplicate her business, will you share this blog post with her so she can grab my free guide too? And hey, you can even do the guide together so you have some support and accountability as you work through the steps.