Setting out on your journey as an entrepreneur is exciting, especially as you realize all the possibilities in store and you pave the road to financial freedom doing what you love!
Sounds like a dream come true, right?
As a mom, in addition to learning the skills to run your business, you also have to figure out how to create space in your life for business and more importantly to create time. If you’ve been wanting to start a business or struggling to move your new business forward I’ve got some tips to help you create the time to start your journey.
1. The first is deciding that your business is a goal worth pursuing.
Evaluate your dream and see if indeed it is really something you are willing to put the work in to achieve. How serious are you about seeing your idea turn into a money making business and how much effort are your prepared to put in? Have you examined your why? What is it going to mean to you to get this business off the ground and what are you giving up by not finding the time to move forward?
2. The second strategy is to take action and decisively decide what you want to see in your life.
Have you ever seen other mothers who are able to accomplish what seems to be impossible in the same amount of everyone else has? There’s no secret other than they’ve decided that their business is worth the time to pursue and they’re not available to be stuck in the start-up phase. They have examined their why and decided it’s more important than staying stuck in their business and are determined to make it work.
3. The third step is to recognize that it is up to you to create the time you want to see.
Like everyone else, you have the same 24 hours in a day and amount of time at your disposal. It’s up to you to find time to spend on the things you value. You have a busy life, and it doesn’t necessarily follow that everything you think you have to do is of equal importance.
Often mothers can be in a busy competition. It feels romantic and useful to be busy, but busyness tends to fill our lives with lots of extra tasks that could be irrelevant to accomplishing your goals.
What are the real objectives you want to accomplish? Then, figure out how much time you need to accomplish them.
You’ve walked through the 3 essential elements to in your life for your business. What step resonates the most with you? Comment below.