What if building a business wouldn’t have to be a struggle… but a joyful process of discovery instead?
Where you play with moving parts, see how they fit together – what if you would play at building a system, instead of slogging through all those things you don’t enjoy doing?
What if you would make that process the goal, instead of whatever end-game spells success for you?
Because most all of us get stuck into doing the work that should bring us that coveted success-reward, thinking that if we work hard enough and long enough at those things we don’t enjoy, the reward will be worth all the effort and teeth-gritting.
But what if it doesn’t have to be that way?
What if you would only do those things that you enjoy and that you’re really good at?
And all those other things – what if you would delegate them, or replace them by other actions that are more fun, and that get you the same result?
Would be a whole different world, right?
So, what if that world could start today?
Because the notion that XYZ is required no matter how much you loathe it – that’s just a story you tell yourself.
Because everyone else says you should be on Instagram, does that mean you should too even if you don’t like it there?
Nah. Instagram is just a method to get a result: views and website traffic. And you can get those results in many different ways.
Martin says daily emails are good for business, but you don’t like the idea… does that mean you should do it anyway? Of course not. There’s many different ways to create relationships with your potential buyers.
If you want eggs for breakfast, you get to choose how you want ‘em: poached, fried, scrambled, and so on.
When you want a result and the default method to get it makes you cringe, ask yourself:
How else can I get the same result? In a way that would be fun?
Start this type of inquiry today, take action on the answers that come up, and there you have it: instant reduction of struggle and frustration.
And if you need help figuring out what other methods would work better for you?
Then I’m here for you, as always.