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Why Taking Time Off Is GOOD For Your Biz


Taking Time off doesn't mean:


Flaky communication.

No marketing.

Neglecting/ignoring invoices.

It does mean:

Having an experienced team who do an AMAZING job of manning the fort.

As a business owner taking a holiday can sometimes feel like an impossible dream, especially in today’s business world, when we’re constantly being told we should be hustling harder, working longer, and grinding more.

One of the side-effects of being a successful entrepreneur is that you’re so busy, right?

Wrong!

If you’re too busy to take the time off you and your biz needs? Something isn’t working.

Here are the three things you need to have in place to be able to take time off from your biz:

Planning


Plan scheduled time off into your business calendar. If you know you want to have two launches throughout the year, make sure you also book the time off in advance too.

Not only does this allow you to get the much-needed time off, but it makes great business sense.

You have a solid plan of what’s launching, when it’s happening and you can organise all the moving parts around it. And you have no more scrambling at the last minute!

Processes

Everything you do in your biz has a process.

And the slicker these processes are, the better an experience your clients have but also the better things are for you!

Lead-gen

Sales

Onboarding

Customer Management

Retention

Offboarding


These can (and should) all have robust processes that take the guesswork out of your customer journey and mean you can start automating.


A solid support system


Whether this is a dedicated team of employees, contractors or virtual assistants, being able to leave your business for a few days/weeks requires a solid team who know exactly what they should be doing, and how they should do it.

Now imagine taking a stress-free holiday because you know things are running smoothly back home

If you're ready to truly enjoy your time off, knowing your business is in good hands then let's arrange a chat lorraine@lorrainefreelancepa.com

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