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Parents entering the world of entrepreneurship always need to split their time between their two babies – Their actual children and their new small business. This is challenging at the best of times but can be particularly tricky for women. After all, as a woman, there is already pressure from society and those close to you to do everything perfectly. This can leave many new mompreneurs feeling incredibly overwhelmed. To help get you through some of your struggles, here are five things that you need to know.

Balance Does Not Exist

Trying to find a balance between your personal and professional lives isn’t just difficult; It’s impossible. While balance does seem like a good thing, the more you try to find it, the more exhausted you’ll be. Instead, you should accept the fact that sacrifices will need to be made on both sides. There are things that you can do to make managing a business and your home life easier, but you’ll never find the perfect 50/50 split that most mompreneurs are looking for.

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Help Is Out There

Most moms and entrepreneurs have a whole list of people they could call on for help when they need them. Unfortunately, very few do. Although independence and drive are vital in business and motherhood, that doesn’t mean you should struggle alone. You’ll find life much easier if you ask for support and help from those around you, including experts in business, like David Tricarico. Trying to do it all on your own will only ever lead to mistakes and unnecessary stress.

Boundaries Are Always Necessary

Your business and personal lives needn’t be completely separate, but you should avoid overlap where possible. This allows you to focus solely on your family when you’re at home and solely on work when you’re there. To achieve this, you should set some strict boundaries for both roles. For example, you could agree that you don’t take work calls after 6pm if your family doesn’t disturb you in your office until then.

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Priorities Should Be Flexible

Some mompreneurs believe that their business should always be the priority, whereas others are sure that it should be their family. However, both and neither of these views are correct. If you want your business to grow, but still want time with your little ones, then your priorities need to be flexible. In some cases, your work should be the focus, whereas in others it should be your kids. You just need to assess situations carefully and decide which needs you most at that moment.

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Loneliness Can Be Tough

Running a business and taking care of a family are both roles that require a lot of your time and attention. For this reason, you’ll find you spend less and less time outside the home and office, which can lead to isolation and loneliness. This can be incredibly tough, which is why you should make time to get together with friends and family. You can even meet up with other mompreneurs, as they will understand exactly what you have to go through.

Being a mompreneur can be a challenge, but, hopefully, with the information above, it’s a challenge you’re now prepared for.

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About The Author

I am a Business LifeStyle coach who specialises in working with artists, designers, crafters and all creative professionals. Myself and my partner Stuart Horrex are here to help you to achieve your Life & business goal and dreams. We have had over 20 years experience in finance, retail,furniture,food,wine fashion,crafts and hospitality.

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