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Often when we work for ourselves, the MAJOR problem is overwhelm: we can’t see the wood for the trees! How do you know where to start, when you have networking events to attend, website updates, social media posts, blogging, not to mention DOING the *actual* work you get paid to do!

I suggest starting small, and simple; with consistent daily actions that will grow your business, develop your network and fill your pipeline – without also filling every spare second of your day, or sending you into an insta-spiral.

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What do you REALLY want to do?

It’s time to think about YOU. Your skills, talents, innate creativity and big, juicy, possibly forgotten-about ambitions.

There’s a tonne of ways to do this. You could:

A

Get yourself some blank sheets of paper, your kid’s Crayolas and get creative. Brainstorm, mind-map, think outside the box. Make a visual diagram of all the jobs you’ve had, wish you had, admire others doing. Ask yourself what would you love to really do – if money, time, kids even, were no object?

B

Get together for a child-free hour with a good friend who you know is a great sounding board, and ask them for help in figuring out your next step. Talking it through and saying it aloud can help so much in getting that clarity you need.

C

Grab yourself a copy of my Big Idea Workbook – it’ll take you step-by-step through the same process that I followed that helped me to figure out what I could do when it came to working for myself. It doesn’t have to be just one magical thing either – a portfolio, ever-evolving career is absolutely an option!

A

Get yourself some blank sheets of paper, your kid’s Crayolas and get creative. Brainstorm, mind-map, think outside the box. Make a visual diagram of all the jobs you’ve had, wish you had, admire others doing. Ask yourself what would you love to really do – if money, time, kids even, were no object?

B

Get together for a child-free hour with a good friend who you know is a great sounding board, and ask them for help in figuring out your next step. Talking it through and saying it aloud can help so much in getting that clarity you need.

C

Grab yourself a copy of my Big Idea Workbook – it’ll take you step-by-step through the same process that I followed that helped me to figure out what I could do when it came to working for myself. It doesn’t have to be just one magical thing either. Remember – a portfolio, ever-evolving career is absolutely an option!

What’s YOUR big idea? Workbook

 

I know that if you are reading this you are likely to be a clever, creative and talented woman. That you want to do the best by your children and your family. But that maybe what worked before kids doesn’t seem to quite fit now.

Going back to your old job might feel like you’re just working to pay for childcare. Perhaps your employer isn’t turning out to be quite as flexible as you’d hoped post-mat leave. And the thought of being tied to an office desk 9-5 is giving you some serious FOMO.

Well THIS is your chance – use this workbook to help bring to the surface any ideas that are simmering away for doing something different, find out what might suit you and how you like to work, and figure out the next steps.

The Workbook is available currently for just £7 (usual value £17), and it is the perfect place to start if you are feeling stuck or are in search of some much-needed clarity.

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