Back to basics

You have been a wellness entrepreneur for a while. Your focus may have been derailed due to being in survival mode, meaning you are pressed to fill your schedule book so you can pay rent and other necessities. If you don’t have any other income stream, your energy will have become heavy, meaning that others don’t feel like they’re getting any better through your service. Please check the following tendencies. You are in survival mode.

1: Consistently adding new menus and options to attract an audience is reactive.

If you’re used to using catchy, fad titles, you’ll know that you always need to develop NEW menus to keep attracting both past and future clients. Chasing shiny objects and being reactive is different to intuition. If you attract fads, you will feel the need to keep inventing new menus monthly.

2: Lacking consistency

Consistency creates trust that you are stable. People like a stable foundation, especially when it comes to wellness and balancing the body, mind, and spirit. Posting something on social media once a week, a few times a week, or every day… Do you have any consistent cycle? “Whenever you feel like it” is not a consistent schedule and gives the impression that you don’t know what you’re doing.

3: Frozen

This is similar to lacking consistency, but you have completely stopped. It gives the impression that you may have burned out or given up altogether. It’s also a sign of having no strategy. I highly recommend you hire professionals who can consult with you, clear your fog, and help you move forward.

It’s a great idea for you to reflect on your attitude over the past six months. Ask yourself, are you implementing those new menus to meet the needs of your clients or due to your own reactiveness?  You’re likely to feel burnt out, like you’re running on empty. Other people can feel that. If it’s necessary, take a short break, do what you love, and bring the JOY of feeling back to your life. JOY has a higher vibration than LOVE.

Then, back to basics.

  • Why did you start this business?
  • What would you like to achieve through your services?
  • How can you contribute to society by creating your own business?

Go back to your drawing board and re-center yourself!