As a blogger, it’s in your nature to do a lot. You like to roll up your sleeves, figure things out, and get stuff done.
Just look at what you’ve built... You started out with a passion to share what you love with the world. You learned how to create beautiful and engaging content that has helped other people. And then your blog grew more popular and it evolved from being a fun hobby into a respectable business!
Which is awesome… except that you’d really like to get back to doing the fun work—because right now you’re trying to do all of the things instead of the work that really lights you up.
You may not have expected to reach this level of success but now that you’re here, you like the sense of joy and independence deep in your gut because hey, you’re really living your dreams.
But there comes a time when doing everything on your own becomes too much.
A time when your blog has grown and there’s just not enough time to stay on top of every task anymore.
A time where you can’t possibly do what you used to do because everything is happening on a bigger scale.
Coming up with interesting ideas, taking awesome photos, writing content, strategizing for social media, planning collaborations, replying to emails and social media DMs, tracking spending and income, pursuing sponsored content opportunities, coding and making site updates… it’s all grown beyond what you can realistically manage on your own.
And when you get to this point, doing it all feels less fun—and more like a chore. Being responsible for every aspect of your business is holding you back from bigger, greater things. You’re missing out on great opportunities because you just don’t have the time to pursue them.
If you’re like most bloggers, you know you should be building a team and outsourcing the tasks you don’t like or don’t have the time for.
Maybe you’ve tried to build a team but struggled to find reliable support. Recommendations from friends haven’t panned out. Hiring friends and family members hasn’t worked all that well. And now you’re worried about wasting more money on someone who doesn’t fully vibe with you or your brand. If this sounds like you, you’re not alone and it’s not your fault.
It’s not like there’s a college degree in blogging! You’ve had to learn things as you go. And that resourcefulness, passion and ability to learn new things that got you to this point is exactly what will help you navigate your next level of growth as you learn to build a super star support team.
I’ve developed a strategy for attracting and hiring knockout freelancers to support, expand, and improve your business.
And once you have a talented, passionate team in place to handle those tasks that are draining or always find their way to the bottom of your to-do list, you’ll be empowered, and freed up, to spend your time doing the work that matters most...
If you’re ready to work less in your business and more on it…
You can’t miss this inside information that can help you transform your hiring process—and the results you get from your team members.
Join me for this free 60-minute webinar, The Secret Recipe to a Caring, High-Performing Team, on Wednesday, July 24, at Noon Eastern (9 am Pacific) by entering your name and email address here (replay will be available if you can’t make it live):
Now, are you wondering, “Will this webinar really be worth my time?” (You probably are! Your time is valuable—I get it.) Well, consider this…
Are you missing out on opportunities because you don’t have effective support in place?
Do you have a few or many team members in place but aren’t all that thrilled with their performance, or worse, you’re still doing the work you’ve hired them to take care of?
Have you hired in the past but no one has worked out for long?
Are you spending way too much time doing all the little things?
Do you want to spend more time working in your zone of genius?
Have you wasted thousands of dollars on freelancers in the past and aren’t sure what to do differently?
If you answered YES to any of these questions, you aren’t going to want to miss this webinar on July 24th.
Replay will be available in case you can’t make it live.