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If your weekly schedule feels like there’s so much in it you couldn’t possibly fit another thing in, then you might be feeling overwhelmed or on the edge of burnout.
In this short video, I’m sharing two common scenarios that I often see with women in business – working so hard to build their business, but it’s also feeling like a lot of hard work, long hours, and often little reward.

The element of this that really struck me was that many actually accepted that this is the way it has to be. Many women in business just assumed that burnout, exhaustion, frustration, stress is all normal, and that there’s nothing you can do about it.

This actually makes my blood boil. It doesn’t have to be like this! There are strategies you can put in place that don’t leave you spread so thin, that allow you have enjoy life, and that aren’t always so stressful. It takes a conscious decision to look at the WAY tha you work, and analysing your weekly schedule is one way to address stressors in your time management.

Weekly Schedule Scenarios

I’m specifically talking about always putting yourself last, and cramming too much in to your week.
Have a look at the video and learn the 2 tips you can use to address these issues. It goes for 7 mins.

Can you relate to either of these scenarios?
If so, you might be interested in my weekly schedule webinar.

If you are feeling overwhelmed, you can book a chat with me, and we can talk about some strategies to tweak your schedule. #nomoreburnout

Your Next Step

If you want some support to help fast track this process, or help you transition to Dubsado, then can book a  free systems audit with me so we can determine where to start, and what you need to get up and running with your workflows and systems.
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Aerlie Wildy is a business designer. business coach and mother based in the Adelaide Hills. I specialise in designing and systemising business for growth. You can connect with me on Facebook, join my Chief Executive Entrepreneurs Facebook Group, check out my Youtube Channel or Pin with me on Pinterest.