We often jokingly say that “Empower is our baby.” That was until we both had actual babies that needed not only our love, care and attention but also for us to be physically present so we could be active participants in their childhood.
In our early days of business ownership we were working 15-hour days which meant we literally had time for no – thing else.
Then, in true Jessica and Ronda fashion, our lives took a very parallel path when Jessica’s daughter Emery was born in August 2010, and Ronda’s daughter Kendall was born just 6 months later in Feb. 2011.
Thankfully by the time our girls were born we were primed and ready with solid systems in our business so we were both able to step away and spend some time with our new and growing families.
Since then, our main objective has been how do we continue to nourish and grow our business AND be the mothers we want to be.
Here are 4 tips to successfully juggle both your role as a parent and...
You have heard the adage that you should work more ON your business and less IN your business, but what does that really mean?
Of course, as business owners our “to do” list is a mile long and there are truly never enough hours in the day. So why do so many studio owners continue to fill their schedules with clients and never officially step into the higher-level tasks that fall in the working ON your business category?
Before we get started, we have to share a bit of training about this concept that we learned from one of our friends and colleagues, Ashley Selman, owner of Evolution Trainers and Thrive Studio Coaching.
Ashley teaches about this concept of $15/$100/$1500 per hour tasks, and she encourages studio owners to lean into their highest value/highest return tasks as much as possible – hence the $1500/hour tasks.
Let’s break this concept apart a little.
What are the $15/hour tasks? These are any tasks that can be completed by...
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