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Got Problems in Your Business?

Got Problems in Your Business?

You got 99 problems in business and it feels like they’re never going to stop. Right?!

If you’re feeling like you  have a ton of problems in your business you have this to-do list that feels never ending. I’ve got a little secret for you…all business owners have problems. If you didn’t have problems, you wouldn’t have a business!

It’s one thing to have problems, it’s another to not solve them. In today’s Wealthy Coach Podcast episode, I’m sharing some ways to overcome these problems you may be experiencing in your business.

In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • how to get organized when you’re not organized
  • is ‘to-do list zero’ really something that can be accomplished?
  • why having problems in business can be a good thing
  • how a mindset shift can help you look at your to-do list with ease

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When you’re the boss of your own business, your to-do list is never ending. And you’ll be met with a lot of friction and frustration if you’re trying to achieve to-do list zero. Instead of trying to get to-do list zero, we have to look at things differently and accept that we just always have things to do. And that’s just the way it goes. You’re never going to get to a point in your business where you have nothing to do. 

So instead of getting stressed out with problems, you really need to either put on your creative problem solver hat on, or outsource someone to do that for you

Another reason it’s okay to have problems is that they will help you improve your business down the road. Problems will arise all over the place – perhaps it’s tech glitches during a launch or a client is upset during the onboarding process. So rather than being upset with yourself that these problems happened, you can learn from them and fix them so they don’t happen again.

So I really encourage you to shift the way at which you look at your problems in business. Know that they’re normal and they’re part of the business process, and that you will never grow and improve your business without them.

- Kendra
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