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How much are your business money goals costing you?
Do you find yourself struggling with how much your business isn’t making?
Are you constantly frustrated and overwhelmed because you can’t seem to make it work? Are you telling yourself that if you just worked harder, it would finally happen? Does the pressure you’re putting on yourself seem unbearable? Are your business money goals costing you growth?
Hi, friend. I’ve been there. Right where you are, and not that long ago. This was something I struggled with tremendously when I first started my business, and today I’m going to share my story with you – why I was putting that pressure on myself, how it manifested in my business, and the huge blow-out fight that my husband and I had that ended up changing everything for me. I’m here to tell you that it doesn’t have to continue to be this way, and I hope this episode not only brings you hope, but a way forward.
And if it does, I’d love for you to come tell me about it on Instagram – I’m @ mrsamandawarfield. But for now, let’s go ahead and dive in. You’re listening to the Chasing Simple podcast episode 050.
Links and Resources Mentioned in This Episode:
- Grab my Weekly Workflow Trello Template for just $7
- My Instagram Post about my Launch Goals
- This week’s action step: Re-evaluate your business money goals. Are they helping, or are they hurting?
- This week’s book recommendation: “The Queen’s Gambit” by Walter Tevis
- Find me on Instagram and tell me you completed this week’s action step: @mrsamandawarfield
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