My life and my business changed the day a brilliant business coach told me this: it’s okay to work weekends.
For years, I had been struggling with the idea of working hours that other people at day jobs didn’t work. I was always rolling my eyes, making dismissive comments like “yeah, I work too much”, and then heading to my desk after dinner and working late into the night.
But I wasn’t a workaholic. I was just passionate about my work, and I had a lot of creative ideas that needed to be expressed. I wanted to spend as much time as I could on my business and my craft, even if it meant working weekends.
That’s when I realised that this wasn’t some kind of “workaholic” thing. This was the life of an entrepreneur: long hours, working nights and weekends, and taking risks to get ahead. And that’s when my life and business changed.
My business coach showed me how to build a framework around my business, so that I could take the guesswork out of it. He reminded me that it’s okay to work weekends, and that by taking the time to focus on what I was passionate about, I could create something lasting and meaningful.
He showed me how to create a system of processes and systems that would help me work smarter, not harder. He showed me how to create a plan and stick to it, so that I could focus on the long-term success of my business instead of trying to do everything all at once.
The day that I heard this piece of advice from my business coach, my life and my business changed. I was no longer a freelancer, or a workaholic – I was an entrepreneur. I had the tools and the knowledge to take my business to the next level, and I had the courage to take the risks necessary to make it happen.
So if you’re feeling overwhelmed and not sure how to make your dreams come true, remember that it’s okay to work weekends. With the right guidance and support, you can turn your passion into a successful business.
In this training, I’ll show you everything I’ve learned to go from a holy-crap-am-I-freelancing? to a seven-figure copywriting business. I’ll teach you how to create a system of processes and systems that will help you work smarter, not harder, and how to take the guesswork out of running a business.
You won’t have to work every weekend, but if you’re passionate about your work, remember that it’s okay to work weekends. It’s a key part of the entrepreneurial journey, and it can be the difference between success and failure.
Take the plunge, and take your business to the next level.
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