Manage episode 292506831 series 2921564
Before taking the leap full-time, make sure the new thing you’re going to will sustain you. If you need to, keep another source of income but something that will allow you to focus your energy out of hours on your new business.
- Level 1 - Learn the Skill
- Level 2 - Acquire Clients
- Level 3 - Bring new staff onto the team
- Level 4 - Managing the teams
- Level 5 - CEO, less hand-to-hand combat and more strategic
Have to avoid overwhelm is to make sure you have a clarity and prioritisation. Learn how to prioritise what needs to be versus what you can schedule later.
Look at your list, write it all down - so it’s not in your head. Create timelines, get organised so you can just do one thing at a time.
Make things good enough to execute, so you can go and get feedback. Don’t wait for perfect.
Remember that not everyone has it all figured out, no one is perfect. MINIMUM VIABLE PRODUCT
You can momentum through movement, motivation will come from action. Keep focusing on your goals, and ask yourself what are you doing today to get there.
First you need to outsource the “hands” of the business, get staff to do the service side, then the admin and bookkeeping sides of the business - you’ll need to relinquish control over parts of the business BUT give them a framework. High people who are more passionate about the role you want them to do than you.
Look into the cost benefit of you doing the role versus and employee.
And don’t forget to work to live, not live to work.
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