If not - why not? She looks after you through thick and thin, she celebrates the wins with you and commiserates with you over the not-so-great outcomes. You need to do the same - she's always there for you. You need to start thinking about always being there for her too.
Business has its times of plain sailing and then you face waters so rough your face is green - and you need to love her the same through it all.
Sometimes we expect this to be a one-sided relationship - that our business should always be a success and give and give to us, filling our hearts and our bank accounts. Well I believe it's actually a two-way relationship. Why not consider how you can support your business instead of always expecting it to support you.
By this I mean nurture it and encourage it by putting in place systems and processes to help it run it's admin side smoothly. I mean look for any gaps that would help your customers ascend your sales funnels more beautifully without jarring or...
We shift from role to role many times through our lives and even many times a day. You come off the phone to your mother and go instantly into mother role yourself having just been daughter. You jump in the car and become contractor as you say goodbye to the window cleaner, you go out on date night with your husband and turn into glam lady in heels but you return to become breast feeding mother of infant a few hours later.
We embrace or resist these roles. We may embrace our role as wife whilst simultaneously resisting the role of daughter-in-law or step-mother. We may embrace our role as mother when giving up full-time work but resist the role of housewife. It's very interesting how these roles twist and turn us from one moment to the next and our businesses are no different. You may have switched from employed to self-employed, from full-time to part-time, from commuter to home-worker, from employed to unemployed.
On this deeper level you need to acknowledge that you may have...
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