In this episode of “The Shift Show,” I share some personal experiences and insights from my summer, focusing on balancing my roles as a CEO, content creator, and mother. It’s been a journey of setting priorities, reducing stress, and most importantly, creating memories.
Balancing Professional and Personal Life in a Scalable Business
As many of you know, balancing professional and personal life is not always easy. This summer, I was faced with the challenge of deciding between being a CEO and a content creator, and ultimately choosing the role that was most important to me. It was essential for me to create a scalable business while also making time for my family.
Parenting and Personal Growth
One thing I have learned over the years is the importance of setting boundaries with my children while also making time for fun activities and creating memorable experiences. I used to think that parenting gets harder as children grow older, but this summer, I realized that my family had more fun as my children got older. It’s all about giving oneself permission to slow down, have fun, and be present with family. In the long run, the memories and feelings from the summer will be more important than the exact amount of money made.
Challenges and Excitement of Growing a Scalable Business
Growing a scalable business has its challenges, especially when it comes to scaling up. I cannot emphasize enough the importance of having a strong team and hiring the right people to support your business. This summer, I took some time to reflect on the growth of my company and the challenges that came with it. I am excited for the upcoming months ahead!
Gratitude, Growth, and Next Steps in Your Scalable Business Journey
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