Sure, you’re a business owner, but you’re a person first!
Growing your business doesn’t have to mean being a slave to the hustle.
Inattentiveness to clients needs
Missing critical deadlines causing clients to lose valuable time in the marketplace
Lashing out at valued clients
Excessive and avoidable mistakes
Anger inappropriately directed at colleagues
Resistance to change
Inability to prioritize
Overlooking small and vital details
Decision dodging, and the best one of all…
I learned the secret to preventing burnout a long time ago, let me share a story about it…
It all started with a Facebook post: a six figure business owner friend of mine posted yet another photo of his fabulous adventures, this one happened to be from the top of Brianhead Ski Resort in Utah.
People in the comments started to ask, “How can you make so much money and not be working ALL THE TIME?!”
His reply shocked everyone (including me!)
He said, “I don’t work, that’s the secret.”
I called him later to ask just what he meant by that, how can an incredibly successful business owner not work?
He explained, “My job as the leader of the company is to put the systems in place. So it’s the company that works, I’m just making the systems.”
Your business can’t thrive unless you have processes that work, and are run by great people.
You can’t do it all yourself, and you shouldn’t have to.
WP Concierges is a group of ecommerce experts who help you scale your ecommerce business by doing a weekly analysis of all your business analytics to find ways to improve your processes to build greater sales and keep customers coming back.
Each week we’ll meet to review:
At WP Concierges, we stick to our specialties so we can help you stick to yours! Making sure we take time away from work to enjoy our lives is a huge part of what makes us a success. We love being able to show up for our clients as people who are passionate about life and our work.
Joel, our developer & sales guru enjoying the surf in Cabo. The rest of us just really enjoy this video. XD
Tegan, our lead designer mountain biking in Sedona, Arizona last winter.