productivity

Are You Self-Sabotaging Your Web Design Business?

Are You Self-Sabotaging Your Web Design Business?

You started your creative business because you wanted to do creative work. You wanted to make things, design things, code things and get PAID for it. When your first started your business, the prospect of getting paid to do what you love was suuuper exciting, right?

What's not so exciting is realizing that your usual business day will be about 30% creative work, 70% business tasks.

For weirdos like me who geek out over systems and tools, the techy-admin side of business is actually really fun. (I know- I'm crazy!)

But for the majority of creatives and designers out there, doing all the business-y stuff like replying to emails, writing blog posts, scheduling social media and organizing the client process is hard work.

How To Find Time To Work On Your Business, Not Just In It

How To Find Time To Work On Your Business, Not Just In It

So you want to spend some time working on your design business, not just in it. But you can’t find the time.

You spend all your time looking for clients or designing for clients, and by the time the evening comes, you’re shattered and just want to watch Netflix.

How do you find time to work on your design biz without giving up your client work (which brings in the money), and your free time, which helps you stay sane?