Entrepreneur. Risk-Taker. Explorer.
You have a dream: a dream of a beautiful life. The success you’ve already achieved in your business was a means to realize this dream—a life of fun, freedom, flexibility and family. You’ve got there. Sort of.
You may be wondering, “What now?” because the recognition, status and money you worked so hard to achieve has lost its oomph.
Freedom and flexibility continue to elude you.
The truth is you want more.
You know at some level that your business … your life … can be so much more.
Does any of this sound familiar?
1. Staying motivated isn’t as easy as it used to be.
You’ve lost the internal drive to accomplish much in your work, and you’re dragging your ass to do anything anywhere. Ask, “Where’s the joy in your life?” and you got nada.
2. You’re exhausted.
It takes a mountain of physical, mental and emotional resources to exist in a chronic state of stress and strain. No matter the quantity and quality of sleep, exercise and food, you feel tired. All. The. Time.
3. What’s worked in the past doesn’t anymore.
New goals require new methods to achieve them. Because who you were at the beginning of your last adventure is not who you are now.
4. You’re feeling isolated.
Burnout is a lonely place. It has no friends, no family, no team. You spend more time alone, ruminating on your not-quite-a-win situation.
The thing is, you may have decided that you want to go it alone … you have to go it alone. In a society where connection brings support and belonging, it’s OK to ask for help. Neither burnout nor success needs to be borne alone.
5. You feel disconnected from your business, your family and your self.
You’ve lost track of your vision, to the point of not even knowing where you’re at. You spend all your time on to-do lists, and have lost sight of not just the big picture, but also how you fit in it, and who you are at your core.
And you don’t know how to reconnect the pieces, or even which ones to keep or toss.
6. Help doesn’t come easy for you.
Independence is pushed upon us so early, to the point where simply asking for help is a sign of failure.
Perhaps you’ve tried to make things better, with no results.
Perhaps you’re stuck in your own perspective, struggling to maintain the status quo.
Perhaps you can’t even think big picture right now.
Perhaps you truly doubt there’s a way forward, or perhaps you just don’t know how to ask.
Whatever brought you here, I can show you how to regain your edge and get back to loving life. All of it.
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