Do you remember what made you want to start a business?
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You wanted to spend more time with your loved ones, to feel more free and fulfilled and to work with clients that make you jump out of bed in the morning with a smile on your face.
But now you’re feeling stressed. You’re living from launch to launch and find yourself falling asleep on the sofa after a long day of discovery calls and writing sales pages.
You’re stuck in launch-mode, always waiting for the next sale or worried how you can up-level your business.
It feels like you’re constantly chasing after the rabbit from Alice in Wonderland, trying to get more time. More time to enjoy yourself. More time to celebrate your successes and create new ones. More time to simply be.
This is not what you started your own business for, right?
I wouldn’t be surprised if you’re having nightmares about Excel sheets and email lists. Yikes.
So how can you get more hours in the day? By maximising the ones you have with one magic word. Automation.
Work from Anywhere
Because when you automate your business with passive income, everything changes. You can work from anywhere. Whether you’re sitting at your kitchen table or are lying on a beach in Hawaii.
Or you can choose not to work at all and treat yourself to a spa day or shopping trip to New York, all while your business is making money on auto-pilot.
If you love serving your soul clients, you can add a passive income stream alongside your current services. You could choose to completely replace some (or all) services to give you time to go bowling with the kids or sleep in on Sundays. You’ll go from Busy Mama to Super Mama before you know it.
Simply schedule your sales emails to be sent out on a specific date so you don’t have to do a thing when the sales start flooding in.
Just stay in that hammock and have another cocktail on me!
Life is too short for a 40-hour work week.