Growing Your Consulting Business With The Kids At Home
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Parents everywhere are breathing a sigh of relief that another intense phase of trying to do the impossible with balancing work and home-schooling is coming to an end.
We feel a pressure to make life as good as it can possibly be for our kids. They need us in different ways in the different stages of parenthood. When they’re tiny they need you every moment of every day, but it’s more hands-on practical care rather than deep emotional conversations. But as children get older, they are more able to be independent in terms of dressing themselves, but they have emotional needs we need to be attuned to.
It’s impossible to be 100% present in the office and 100% present at home with your kids. And that’s the scenario that working parents have been repeatedly pulled into over the past 2 years.
In this episode of the Seven Figure Consultant Podcast, I am talking about growing your consulting business with the kids at home and what we can take from this experience.
I talk about:
● Making changes in your consulting business
● The advantage of running your business over a corporate career
● Wanting to make life perfect for our children
● The moments that make us the people we are
● Not being a ‘perfect’ parent
And let me know, how have you developed your business during lockdown?
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