It’s been a while – I know! You’ve been feeling neglected – I know! I’m sorry… But, I’m back now!

It’s been a rollercoaster few months. Some great things, a busy client load, some great new contracts and a couple of health hiccups (all sorted now!)

To say that I am busy, is an understatement. And. I. Love. It. The way things are set up right now, I get to do all the things I love, that keep me motivated and enthusiastic for more. How cool is that!

But I’ll be honest, I did get a little bit… no a lot… fatigued with the being in business online thing, and ALL the things you have to do to fill your sales funnel. The constant search for new formulas, designing and implementing launches, feeling like you’re missing out if you’re not up on the current social media/product launch/make a million strategy! It all got a bit much.

So I stopped. Just for a while.

And you know what… it didn’t all fall apart. The effort that I put in on and offline into networking and promoting my business paid off enough for me to take that much needed time out.

And now, I am ready to re-engage with renewed enthusiasm. And in a different way.

No more FOMO (Fear of Missing Out, in case your wondering)

I’m decluttering my business processes so to speak, and cutting it right back to the essentials… the things I truly need to do and enjoy doing only.

My Mastermind membership has been renewed, and my accountability partner re-instated!

Plus I’ve hired a VA, to help me do some of the things I just don’t like (or have the time) to be doing.

Reconnecting with you guys is top of the list.

Plus, a few new webinar ideas.

And, of course, you will get the odd promotion J (A girl’s gotta make a living!)

I do love my social media, but Instagram and Facebook are the only ones I find fun these days (Bye-bye Twitter) So follow me over there for more insight into life and business chez Joanna.



I encourage you to do the same. Take a look around you. What can you declutter from your business, your life, your career? Is there anything you are doing that you could either remove completely, or delegate to others. So you can do more of what you’re best at?



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