Instagram vs YEARS of REALITY entrepreneurship edition. Growing a business and working for yourself has perks. But it’s not easy. And I think sometimes it’s sold online as easy, or quick, or both. And that is not the case.
When you say you’re an online entrepreneur people think: No alarm clock, 4 hour work weeks, but also 10k months, somehow content just appears, you reach a spot and stop growing. You’ve made it. The work is done.
Before we dive into your *possible* reality…Your idea of success and vision for your biz will dictate when and if you feel successful. You’re likely more “successful” than you feel now.
▪️Trial and error just to get some DATA
▪️Questioning yourself constantly
▪️Side hustling with all extra hours
▪️Creating content + trying to build the offer, systems, find your voice, and not be a fraud.
And you’ll likely be refining it all FOREVER. Or pivoting. The perks of online biz are real. But it’s all easier said than done. And expectations are important.
You’ll grind. It will INEVITABLY take TIME.
And business, if you let it, will teach you that.
If you don’t know where to start, or you’re struggling building the biz you see in your head, then go right ahead and sign up for my free workshop: Your biz, your way – 3 steps to build a profitable online health and fitness business.
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