Simplify: Detox Your Business in the New Year
The Academy is officially back for the new semester!
On my New Years post I mentioned how this year I want you to leap. It was my motivating word for last year. A word that kept me focused and moving forward with intention.
This year, my word is simplify.
I didn’t choose simplify, it chose me.
Last year was hectic. My work life balance was not good at all. I’m not sure you can ever get the balance completely right but going to bed at 5am when you have kids waking up at 8am is not healthy or sustainable! My house, studio (okay tiny cupboard office thingy), health, business systems, business ideas, inbox all need resetting. I need to cleanse, declutter, get rid of the unnecessary and keep only the essentials. Then start rebuilding from the ground up so I can be a healthier, happier, more creative me that my family (and I) deserve.
I’m sure I’m not the only one.
So I propose a challenge!
SIMPLIFY: Detox Your Business Challenge
- Do you feel like business clutter is taking over your life?
- Do you take on too much and never really have time to just sit and do nothing?
- Do you need to refresh and renew your marketing and PR for the coming year?
Then this challenge is for you! It’s time to start afresh. To reclaim your life by clearing out clutter and getting organised. Running a business should not impact negatively on our lives. With a few changes we can look forward to a year full of prosperity and excitement, with clear minds and focus.
The SIMPLIFY challenge will run here on the blog. Every day for the rest of January we’ll be bringing you posts with advice you can put into action so you can simplify and organise your business. The first phase is DECLUTTER. The second is REBUILD.
So you don’t miss any posts you might want to sign up to get them in your inbox. It’s also great way to keep them all together so you can refer to them in your own time. Some tips/activities will need more time than others but the aim is to make small changes that make big differences.
So what do you say? Are you in?