How to Start Doing More of What You LOVE in Your Business

As a designer, you probably imagined that starting your own business would offer you FREEDOM in your life.

Let’s be honest for a second… sometimes owning your own business just isn’t like that. It’s not easy and you might actually work longer hours than you did before.

I sure know that I certainly worked longer hours when I was just starting out!

I sometimes questioned why I stuck with it?

You may feel the same but I can definitely relate to the reasons WHY you stick with your business.

First of all, because it’s your passion and you love feeling pride in what you do. But also because there is a spark of hope that promises you the true FREEDOM you have always wanted in your life.

FREEDOM that includes having the schedule you desire, financial abundance and more time with your family and friends (or just about anything else you can imagine)!

But the truth is we often spend a lot of time doing the things we DON’T enjoy in our business.

There is a reason for that and today I wanted to get to the root of the issue and talk to you about How to Start Doing More of What You LOVE in Your Business.

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Now it’s your turn, we want to hear from you! In the comments below, tell us the following:

  1. How are you currently documenting systems in your business?
  2. What is your favorite technique we recommended above?
If you want to learn more about creating more FREEDOM in your business to do the things you LOVE, make sure you join us for our FREE training series called From Overwhelm to FREEDOM.

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  1. Marissa Newman on March 31, 2015 at 2:21 pm

    I love the idea of video training, currently taking a course with Share Ross.. you just helped me sort out what to shoot. I learn so much every week from Flourish and Thrive. From building a new website.. writing content that connects and working my designs.. I have a whole new vision of what I want for my business. Thank you.. Thank you!

  2. Amy Cousin on April 2, 2015 at 12:13 am

    I had been “recording” my notes and processes in my design journals, but found they were too scattered to retrieve. This year I’ve started using Evernote more and have added Asana to my digital system.

    • Tracy Matthews on April 19, 2015 at 8:04 pm

      Love it Amy!!

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