There are so many pitfalls that people don’t think about before they rush to leave their 9 to 5, and soon find themselves shackled to their small business. In order to create true freedom in our businesses, we have to take 100% responsibility for it. And that means setting clear expectations, always keeping our commitments, maintaining healthy boundaries, and always acting from a place of purpose.
The thinking is, if your house (literal or metaphorical) is in order, then it makes it so much easier to find the mental and physical space to get the big stuff done! The problem arises when you start to use that as an excuse to avoid the big stuff. The reality is there IS plenty of time ... you just have to consciously decide everyday, how you will use it to your advantage.
Purpose is the foundation for the conscious creation of the culture you want to build in your organization. So, how can you articulate your unique purpose in a way that inspires others, to join your team, to support your movement, to buy your product? And how do you keep that in line of sight when the busy-ness starts to cloud your thinking?