"I feel overwhelmed."
Each day can feel like you are jumping into the deep end. You try your best to float, but you feel underwater from all the turbulence.
Business is crazy messy, right?
While you can’t control what life throws at you, you can control how you process the information and the actions you take.
As an independent thinker, it's easy to say that structure is not your strong point. You are a free spirit and avoid left-brained activities. Your creativity is free from boxed-in thinking.
But then the business side of your work suffers. You miss details or important tasks that take hours to fix. You mix up payments or don't charge enough to cover your costs. Your clients don't understand your work because it isn't clear on your website. You keep losing digital assets or aren't sure how the technical parts even work.
You feel shame for not being better at business.
Feelings of overwhelm and fear can easily hinder your decision-making process. When you make insightful choices and take valuable actions, you end up feeling less friction and open up opportunities for your future.
The ease of moving from one action to another is what I call flow.
I bet you are familiar with another concept of flow when you are in your creative state. Time seems to disappear and your sense of self becomes the art and not your surroundings. You are in the zone.
What if you could have a similar feeling in your business activities?
What if the concepts you already know from the creative world could also guide you to be more organized?
And what if those systems actually succeed because they are designed, not calculated?
Organizing isn't about being perfect. It's about creating systems that work for you.
Would you like to invite flow into your business?
Let's dive deeper.