As a coach, you are often pulled in several different directions that need your attention. Family life comes with day to day responsibilities and surprises- some, you can’t control. Add running a business to that, and you’re required to to take care of administrative needs, branding needs, content creation as well as working with clients. If you lack time management skills, the lack of prioritization will add unnecessary stress to your life.
Here are 4 strategies I use to manage my time, avoid burnout, and be front and center when it’s time for me to show up for my family:
Step 1: Designate
I designate certain days of the week for administrative work only, content creation only (2 days), working with clients only, following up with leads and completing tasks rolled over from earlier in the week.
Step 2: Delegate
Ask for help and hire help. Whatever your budget can afford, outsource tasks that can free up your time to relax or...
COVID-19 has changed the way we live each and every day.
Nothing is the same. Literally, nothing.
Honestly, I'm still trying to mentally process school being closed for the remainder of the year- until August- and how to navigate teaching my children, running my business, and taking care of household duties, all while trying to motivate my tribe, provide content, and manage myself at the same time.
This is a territory that no one can provide any insight towards because it's a territory that literally none of us have ever traveled.
But yet and still, we must still keep pressing forward.
For me, that means running a business and keeping my small children, who are now with me 24-7.
Even with the current circumstances, I still managed to market and have a $17.5k course launch. Here are a few things I did to maintain my momentum during this time.
1. Work heavily on my mindset.
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