Hey there Wedding Pro CEO’s! I am Brandee Gaar and I help CEO’s build the profitable business you actually love! I get so excited to come here into your ears every single week, and to really push you and give you the tools and strategies you need to not just scale your business, but to scale a business that pays you a salary.
On Today’s episode of The Wedding Pro CEO Podcast, I am talking with Krista Marie of She Calls Her Shots Podcast. She is here to give you some actionable steps to ditch the burnout and set some goals in your business that will help you grow your business.
In this episode, we talk all about goal setting strategies that actually work. We also talk about focusing on service (instead of sales). Plus, creative visualization and how it can help you take inspired action.
I enjoyed this conversation so much! It was amazing to get a different perspective on how you can avoid the burnout in your business! I know that you will love this episode just as much as I do!
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Krista Marie is a business coach, photographer, and host of the She Calls Her Shots podcast — a show dedicated to creative business owners. She helps creatives develop a mindset focused around success & teaches them how to implement the simple, effective strategies they need to grow a sustainable, thriving business!
Krista helps photographers and creative business owners breakthrough to their next goal by gaining clarity, creating unshakeable confidence in themselves, and developing a business plan that is in alignment with their values (and that feels good to implement!) Her experience as a personal brand photographer also helps to support her clients in identifying their own unique personal brand.
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As an entrepreneur, you may have experienced the transition from a full-time job to starting your business. While it can be so exciting to follow your dreams, it can also be overwhelming to manage everything on your own. It’s really easy to feel lost and unsure of how to prioritize your tasks and not fall into a vicious cycle.
It is so important to recognize that burnout is inevitable. At some point, you will most likely experience burnout, regardless of your success or the number of years you’ve been in business. But it’s okay! There’s nothing wrong with you when it happens. The key is to be prepared and have strategies in place to prevent the burnout!
“So first things first, just know that it’sKrista Marie
inevitable and it happens to everybody no matter how successful or how many years they are into their business”
One of the most effective ways to avoid burnout is to shift your priorities and understand what truly matters. As business owner, sometimes you may feel like you have to do everything yourself, but this is not sustainable in the long run. Delegation and building a team is so important in your business!
It’s also essential to establish a work-life balance. This means setting boundaries for yourself and making time for self-care activities. When you prioritize your well-being, you’ll be more productive, creative, and focused. It’s easy to get caught up in the day-to-day tasks of running your business, but it’s important to take a step back and appreciate your accomplishments. This will help you stay motivated and avoid burnout.
As a small business owner, it’s easy to feel like every waking moment needs to be dedicated to your business. After all, there’s always something that needs to be done – emails to respond to, social media, networking, etc. When you’re constantly working you’re more likely to experience burnout, which can lead to decreased productivity, creativity, and motivation which is the opposite of what you’re trying to accomplish by working all the time.
Making downtime a priority in your business can also help you avoid burnout, which is a common problem for small business owners. Taking downtime is not a luxury, it’s a necessity for your personal well-being and as a business owner. Avoid burnout and make the most of your downtime, it’s important to set boundaries and prioritize self-care.
As a small business owner, it’s so easy to fall into the trap of thinking that burnout is a reflection of you or work ethic. However, it’s important to remember that burnout is inevitable. It’s important to recognize the signs of burnout and incorporate strategies to prevent it! But even with these measures in place, burnout will probably still happen. And when it does, it’s so important to remember that it’s not a reflection of you!
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I help creative business owners sustainably scale their business so they can create a thriving career and work-life balance.
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