As a small business owner, and one person team for everything - social media, networking, marketing, administration, finance, and all correspondence with clients, it can be hard to stay on the professional side of the line at all times. It can be a slippery slope and it can be hard to navigate the gray area! Here are my 5 steps to setting boundaries which will save you time and stress!
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Back in November, I started instagramming hints about an upcoming Chickadee announcement. Then I started posting regularly on Facebook, started encouraging my readers and audience to sign up for my newsletter, and then even launched my blog. All during that time, my goal was to launch my brand new website at the conclusion of my 20-week launch countdown! I figured that if I set a realistic goal with that much time to prepare, there was no way I could miss it. This was a strategic, smart, plan that would be hard to fail at.
Every New Year sparks the conversation of goals and resolutions. Usually we hear how resolutions have failed for the past year, and often the conversations I hear are discouraging. I think it's because it's easy to say you want to do something, but it's so much harder to plan to meet your goal. It feels good to say you're going to accomplish something, but it takes dedication and perserverance to actually reach your goal.