Having It All Doesn’t Mean Doing It All
Sophie Zollmann
May 8, 2020

Plenty of business owners understand the feeling of being pulled in too many directions, but this week, in honor of Mother’s Day, I’m talking to the moms! So many “mom-preneurs” start their own business so they can spend more time with their families. Unfortunately, that doesn’t always go as planned!

As their brand takes off, many business-owning moms find themselves stressed, overwhelmed, and stretched too thin. Maybe you know the feeling? You’re worrying about work while watching your daughter’s soccer game, and worrying about your son’s school project while trying to meet your own project deadline? What happened to “having it all”??

I’m going to let you in on a big secret- the women that seem to have it all don’t do it all alone! They have learned the crucial skill of delegation. Their businesses run smoothly because they have a team they can depend on. They can attend their children’s events, relax on date night with their spouse, and even take vacations without worrying about missed deadlines or work issues that demand their attention.

If you find yourself constantly anxious and stressed, and frantically juggling work and family, it’s time to give yourself a break. I have seen too many smart, strong, talented women convince themselves that they’re falling short, and that needs to stop. You deserve a dependable team so that you can be fully present in your life and actually enjoy it!

My team and I are here for you. We want to help you keep your successful business on track so you can take more time to enjoy your life to the fullest. Please book a call today so we can discuss how we can support you so you can truly have it all!

Happy Mother’s Day!!


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