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How To Get More Done Every Day and Become a Productive Solopreneur
Are you working your tail off all day long, but when 5pm rolls around (or, let's be honest...8pm or midnight) you still feel stressed out and maybe even a little guilty for hitting pause?
Are you spending nights and weekends glued to your computer, jumping from task to task, watching as everyone else somehow makes it look effortless?
How can one person possibly be the CEO, CFO, creative director, accountant, copy editor, designer, tech support, customer service rep, marketing director, and the sales force without totally burning out?
Some of the lessons covered by Sarah during this free hour-long workshop include:
- Prioritize tasks so the important stuff (the money makers!) always get finished
- Plan your entire month in advance so you always know what to work on next
- Stick to your schedule so you can finish projects on time and feel confident about taking on bigger things
Registration is free.
Date: Wednesday, August 26, 2020
Time: 3 p.m. Eastern Time / 12 p.m. Pacific Time
Even if you cannot make it live, by registering with the link below, we'll send out a workshop replay. Hope to see you live!
I’m a business coach living in San Diego, CA and I’ve been nerding-out on blog content, design, and digital products for over 20 years.
I believe in done over perfect, showing up even when it’s scary, and NOT having to do all the things in order to connect, grow, and earn online.
When it comes to building a business or blog, there always seems to be another must-do strategy. So I’m guessing, dear solopreneur, that you’ve got a lot on your plate. Tasks for your blog, your email list, social media. Tasks you think you should be doing, tasks someone else said you must do. If you look at your to-do list every morning and wonder where the heck to start, I don’t blame you!
After running a successful website design business, selling hundreds of blog templates on Etsy, launching ebooks + courses, and teaching over 7,000 students to grow their blog, social media, and email list, I’ve learned a few things about where people get stuck/stalled/stressed out and how to get them growing again.
My job is to help you simplify the strategies, create a manageable plan, and feel confident enough about what you’re creating to finally see things GROW.