You built your business because you love what you do and you’re passionate about your brilliance.
You took the chance, you went out on your own, hung out your shingle, launched your website, and that’s when the magic happened.
You started getting clients.
Things took off and then all of a sudden you noticed your business was making more demands of you and your time.
It wanted you to work longer hours.
It wanted you to bring in some tech tools you knew nothing about.
It wanted you to hire some team to delegate to.
There were so many things happening in your business that all of a sudden you thought, “I’m not spending as much time doing the thing I loved doing when I started my business.”
And all of a sudden you realized that your business wanted more than you really wanted to give it.
And that’s when you noticed the passion starting to fade.
The question now becomes … is all lost when the love you once felt is no longer there?
The answer is … absolutely not.
In this video, I’ll tell you about the 3 core things for you to consider to bring back the love for your business.
Open the Channels of Communication
Communication in any relationship is important, but especially in your business. There are many communication channels to keep open.
- Your team … to make sure that they know exactly what they’re supposed to be working on.
- Your finances … to ensure you’re seeing the reports you need to see so you can monitor the financial health of your business.
- Your clients … so they have clarity and confidence in you and your business.
Give yourself some space from your business
Many solo entrepreneurs form a codependent relationship with their business. As a result, their life gets put on the back burner.
When there’s a healthy balance between your work and your life, both will flourish.
This is the most important ingredient to bringing back the love for your business. It’s easy to compare your business to someone else’s. (I’ve been down that road many times!)
The key is to remember you’re exactly where you’re supposed to be. Comparing your business track to another’s will cause you to resent your business and wonder …
Why is my business not as successful?
When you open the lines of communication, allow space in your life and your business, and when you love yourself and show gratitude for where you are right now, rest assured your business will thrive and you’ll regain the passion you had the day you hung out your shingle