When It’s All Too Much…
My Solutions Help You Get a Grip™
A solo business owner feels responsible for everything, all the time. It’s really hard to prioritize. There’s always more to do. More information. More details. More decisions. More problems. Even more business can be overwhelming since the number of hours in the day remains the same!
The pace of life when you have your own business is both exhilarating and exhausting. Take a look at these statistics:
- The average person today is bombarded with more information in a day, than a person living in 1900 encountered in a lifetime.
- 10 years ago, society didn’t know half of what we know today. The amount of knowledge in the world has doubled in the last 10 years. And at the current rate, it will double again every 18 months.
No wonder you feel overwhelmed!
The more information we have, and the more we know, the more clients expect of us, and the more we expect of ourselves. We love our work – but there so much of it! And if you’ve decided you don’t want the responsibility of employees, it all falls to you. You need some serious strategies to get things done.
When you feel overwhelmed, you may not think you have the time to analyze the situation and make changes, but being busy isn’t the same as being productive.
Get a Grip™ Solution Sessions are designed to help by teaching you the strategies and tactics other solo business owners have found to be successful. They can save you time, trouble and tantrums.
Depending on what you need for your unique situation, they could include the following:
- Why multi-tasking isn’t the answer
- Identifying bottlenecks in your current processes
- Choosing realistic goals to work toward
- Guidelines to help set priorities and make decisions
- Ways to organize your workflow
- How establishing routines can save you time
- Creating checklists to standardize procedures
- Technology tips, websites, and apps to simplify your life
- Systems to avoid over-scheduling your days
- Better ways to get things done than using a to-do list
- How to delegate even though you don’t have employees