I can’t tell you how often I hear this line from wedding and creative event professionals:
“I’m feeling so overwhelmed in my business.”
They feel like they can’t focus on one idea.
They feel like their brain is at full force all hours of the day and night.
They don’t know how to run the day-to-day aspects of their business.
They want to focus on the creative elements only: ideas, concepts, designs.
They know they should do SOMETHING, but they aren’t sure what that something is and what it means for their business.
(Psst…Does any of this sound familiar to you, too?)
When creative professionals start feeling like this, a few things start to happen.
They feel frustrated because they don’t know where to focus their attention.
They start procrastinating. They start hiding from their to-do list and find distractions wherever they can.
They start wasting time thinking about time.
They bounce between tasks with only half of their attention.
All of this uncertainty causes stress and worry.
Then they can’t work at all.
Then comes a loss of revenue.
Which damages financial security and overall happiness.
Finally, all of this leads to burnout.
As insurmountable as all of this might feel, I promise it’s fixable. In fact, I can help you get started today.
It’s all about applying the right concepts to your business. When you have the right concepts in place, you wake up every day knowing what to do while also keeping goals in mind for the future. When you have the right concepts in place, overwhelm goes out the window.
These concepts include:
Building a strong foundation for your business
Getting crystal clear on your messaging
Having the right formula to tackle your MUST Do’s
Creating accountability for yourself
Setting up an organized system that makes your processes repeatable
Once you have the wheels set in motion, everything in your business starts to fall in place. In fact, you’ll get more free time within your business where you continually adapt and evolve. Maybe that means you get to do more creative things within your business. Or maybe that means you can get ahead of tasks that always niggle away at you.
If any of this sounds like you, and you’re REALLY ready to get out of overwhelming feelings and into effective productivity, I have set aside some time next week to speak to you personally about how you can apply these concepts to your business starting today.
No matter what your biggest challenge is, I’ve seen it all and can help you navigate it. If so, we can discuss and see if we’re a good fit for one another.