Helping working moms build the business of their dreams in their “spare time”
Reframe your priorities | Conquer your to-do list | Banish the guilt
GET ONE-ON-ONE, PERSONALIZED ATTENTION
STOP GUESSING WHAT YOU SHOULD BE WORKING ON
LET GO OF SHINY OBJECT SYNDROME
I hear you...
As a working mom and business owner, trying to manage your time can feel like you’re fighting a losing battle. You feel like you’re always busy - working for your boss, your family, your business - but it seems like you’re not accomplishing anything. The work keeps coming, your family insists on eating every day, and when you finally have time to work on your business you’re too tired, and have no idea where to start.
And then there’s the guilt.
But it doesn’t have to be that way. You can go to bed feeling good about how you spent your day and what you accomplished. You can spend time working on your business and not feel guilty about it. And you can do it all while being a role model for your kids!
If you’re a working mom trying to build a business in the margins of your day, struggling to fit it all in, productivity coaching is for you.
Now, I know what you’re thinking; I’ve already read a hundred articles on productivity and I’ve tried every tip out there, but nothing works. I’ve heard that before. Tips, tricks, and hacks re great, and some can be amazingly helpful, but bloggers and authors don’t know you or your personal situation.
Here are some things I hear from clients when they decide to work with me:
- I keep getting distracted by the 800 things on my to-do list
- I know what I need to do, but when I actually have the time to do it, I am too tired, I can't focus, and I have no idea where to start
- I have too many ideas!
- I start projects, then get excited about a new idea and never finish what I was already working on
- I'm always busy, but nothing I do is getting me anywhere
- I feel like a bad mom for wanting to spend time on my business instead of with my kids
Sound familiar? Then let's see what we can do about that...
Stacey is the real deal. She understands the complexities that come with starting a business and being a mom because she is one. She provided valuable tips and ideas that I could begin implementing right away, which provided much needed relief to the chaos that lives in my head. I would absolutely recommend Stacey to anyone looking for an outsider’s point of view on how to become more productive and efficient with their precious time.Carol
Tailored to your needs. Taking into account your unique situation, Stacey will devise strategies and techniques that promote productivity, lower your stress, and allow you to build the business of your dreams.
You Are Unique
One-size-fits-all doesn’t work. Your job is unique. Your family is unique. And your business is unique. So, let’s put our heads together to figure out what works for you, how best to implement it, and stay on track with personalized accountability.
Habits are built when we replace what we are currently doing with what we want to do. Through coaching, you can discover habits that are preventing your progress and replace them with habits that inspire growth.
What makes Side Hustle Moms different?
I get it, because I've been there
You're working full-time, caring for your family, and taking care of everyone but yourself, and trying to manage your growing business. You're tired all the time. You're irritable. And, for all that effort, you're not getting much done.
You know something has to change, but you just don't know where to start.
Sometimes we're just too close to our problems to see past them. We get stuck in the way things are, unable to see how they could be.
That's where productivity coaching comes in.
A coach doesn't tell you what to do. They simply help clear some of the mental blocks that are keeping you stuck. They ask questions that open you up to new possibilities. And they allow you to find solutions that work for you and your family.
Imagine waking up each day knowing how you're going to spend your time, with a schedule that matches you priorities, and heading to bed with a sense of peace and accomplishment.