Have you fallen out of love with your business?

Life is starting to feel like Groundhog Day: every week is filled with unwanted noise and, before you know it, it’s the weekend again. You have started to become bored, easily distracted, disinterested and have lost your mojo.

Managing people is a nightmare. Your business has grown, and so has the number of staff, but the people issues have multiplied well beyond the growth curve.

No-one except you seems to get the business, or seems to care about it, or share the same goals. Where has all the money gone?

If you haven’t already, or you have, but not quite realised that you have, you will start to fall out of love with your business.

How do you know?

  • You’ve lost the passion and drive you once felt
  • You’re bored and easily distracted
  • You’ve stopped thinking about the future
  • You’re difficult to live with, more aggressive, angry or distant
  • You procrastinate more or find it hard to make important decisions
  • You try to fill your weekends with really exciting stuff to make up for the weekdays
  • You blame the industry, the economy, your competitors or anyone else
  • You’re not as proud as you once were about what you’ve achieved
  • You’re frustrated and stressed

Ask yourself:

What made you fall in love with your business in the first place?

What made you take the leap and start your own business?

What gave you that business mojo in the beginning?

Read How To Fall Back In Love With Your Business by Adrian Peck