Given that twice as many entrepreneurs start their business after age 50 as before age 25, it’s likely you have already had experience in an office setting. You have had a boss, supervisor, management team, human resources, finance department, and the full support of being part of a larger company. But now, YOU are the boss. YOU own the office and the only support or structure that exists came from your brain (or you delegated it). In the end the catalyst was YOU!
How do you structure your day when there is no one else directing what you do and when you do it? This is what I have seen:
Does one of these types sound familiar to you, or something else?
So, how do you jump off of the crazy train. Put the CEO hat squarely on your head and define a structure that balances what you need, what your clients need and what your business needs?
Sometimes, even when you do all of these things, you may still wonder why it is not working for you. Sometimes, you are just too close to see what is getting in the way. If that is happening to you, I’d love to chat and help you sort it out. Grab a time on my schedule by clicking here:
Being an entrepreneur and business owner is hard! Once you have your business up and running it's not uncommon to hit a few snags: scalability, staff retention, launching growth projects, getting enough sleep!