After receiving with a bunch of great questions, I thought it was time for a little Q & A. You’ll want to tune in to this episode as I’m going to be answering some of your most popular questions.
You’ll find out what my favorite planner is, what I do for self-care, how I go about creating content, how I structure my time, what you should be focused on, and much much more. I’m even going to be answering your questions about my eyebrows…
Key Highlights of the Episode
This episode was extremely actionable and insightful. Here are a few key highlights:
- What planner am I using? – Full Focus Planner by Michael Hyatt is now my planner of choice. It’s been created and crafted with the business owner in mind and is based on a 90-day timeframe. I use it every single day.
- Do you create 5 separate bank accounts when using Profit First? – Profit First is a business approach (and book) created by Mike Michalowicz that ensures you’re profitable from the very beginning. I highly recommend the method, especially if you’re making less than $250,000 per year. And yes, you need to have multiple bank accounts to help you manage your money. I have a primary checking account and several accounts for tax, expenses, owner’s compensation, etc.
- What’s my process for outlining my programs? – Before you think about creating a program, you have to get crystal clear on the end result that a client will accomplish. What’s the promise? When you have this defined you can reverse engineer the process and lay out all the steps of the process that each person will need to go through.
- What do I do for self-care? – For me, self-care is all about self-integrity, enforcing boundaries, and honoring what my body is asking of me. For example, when I commit to doing something, I always follow it through whether it’s in my business or my personal life. Other things I do for self-care include both yoga and float tanks. These are great for learning to be more present.
- How do I set aside time for myself? – One way ensure I have time to work on my business as a CEO (as opposed to working in my business as an employee) is to keep Mondays free of appointments. The rhythm you work at depends on your personality and the season of business you’re in. When starting out, it helps to determine consistent work hours to ensure you have free time for your family, social life, and other things.
- And lots more! Tune in now.
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