Secret #8: The Last "R" in "Rockstar" is for Repeat, Repeat, Repeat
Rockstars repeat what works, eliminate what doesn’t, and have rituals of professional renewal to be able to continue their successes. True Rockstars are here to stay.
When you’re first learning how to be in business for yourself and help others for a living, it’s easy to slip into overworking and making sure everyone gets what they want at the cost of your well-being.
Working too much creates foggy thinking, exhaustion and thoughts that make you believe something is wrong with your business.
When the greater truth is, you just need a nap.
If you don’t interrupt this pattern early on by giving yourself regular breaks in your schedule just to BE, then you create a pattern of working too much, burning out, and then needing a few weeks off. This crushes your business momentum.
Instead, consider blocking off regular time each week and each month (I take the last week of every month off from clients and it’s wonderfully restorative).
Taking time off during the week is especially important if your weekend is filled with parenting. Sometimes all you need is once a month and at other times, you need every Friday afternoon off.
This is essential to your success and mental sharpness in the wellness field.
How do you plan on refueling your entrepreneurial spirit this summer? Come join me and my husband and a very cool group of wellness pros and holistic entrepreneurs in Burlington, Vt on June 21 and 22.
We're hosting an intimate, 2-day coaching retreat on How to Use the Law of Attraction to Attract What You Want in Your Business with Greater Ease, Flow and FUN (Exclusively for Wellness Pros and Holistic Entrepreneurs) Details here: http://the4core.com/retreat
I would love to meet you there!
PS - You'll also meet that lovely woman and client in the picture above, Heather Cottrell of GetAwesomeTech.com :)