If you are an entrepreneur, a freelancer, a coach, a consultant, a founder, or a small business owner then it goes without saying...

You have a lot on your plate.

The daily grind and the ups and downs of running your own business can be lonely, frustrating, and overwhelming. There are so many little things taking up mental space and energy that wind up getting in the way of being your best and most productive self.

Things like:

  • Scheduling meetings and potential clients

  • Creating and managing your content

  • Designing and building your website

  • Building a list and an audience

  • Deciding your brand and business strategy

Even keeping your thoughts and ideas organized can get difficult at times.

These are the nitty-gritty tasks that can feel like they take more time than you have to give. But they’re also the “edge pieces” of the puzzle that give you structure, organization, and a framework to help you work more efficiently.

How are you supposed to work on your business and in your business at the same time!?

One thing I’ve learned from running my own business and helping others do the same is that no impact is an island. We all need help.

Imagine having a team without the full-time commitment

You might feel like it’s out of reach to have a team, a partner, or multiple employees to help you do everything that needs to get done to take your business to the next level.

But it’s not. You can have your cake and eat it too (as long as it’s chocolate cake).