#018: Don’t Let Your Business Erode Your Personal Life, Enough is Enough!

May 2, 2023 | Blog, Next Chapter, Podcast

Are you feeling overwhelmed by your business? It’s important to know when “enough is enough” and take a step back to evaluate your situation. If you don’t have a coach yet, you can still review your categories of improvement, I’m here to tell you how! This way, you can figure out where you need to focus your energy and make necessary improvements.

Another essential step is understanding the purpose behind what you’re doing. It’s easy to get bogged down with the day-to-day tasks but when you’re clear on your purpose and goals, you can move towards living the life of your dreams. That’s why it’s important to set 90-day or one-year goals.

Now, when it comes to achieving a work-life balance and leaving overwhelm behind, it’s crucial to define what success looks like in your personal life. Most people tend to let their business erode their personal life because they’re more clear about what they want in business than in life. By setting clear goals and priorities in both areas, you can avoid burnout and enjoy the fruits of your labor.

What you’ll hear in this episode:

[1:10] When is “enough is enough”?
[2:30] What do you do if you’re overwhelmed by your business?
[4:25] If you don’t have a coach, review your categories of improvement on your own.
[6:05] The second step is to understand the purpose – why are you doing what you’re doing?
[7:40] What are the 90-day, end, or one-year goals in this category?
[8:50] The real reason you’re letting your business erode your personal life.

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Ciao! We’re Rob & Kim. Over the past two-decades we’ve lived by one motto, “Excuses are over. it’s time to live!”

In August of 2021, we put our motto to the test, sold everything and moved our family to Italy.