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see Maybe because of the way they have been raised…or socialized…or the role models they have followed. Men do not make excuses from their personal lives for not going after their professional dreams. Maybe it is because of ego, or the fact that their income is in fact paying for the new kitchen…or wedding. I don’t know. But I have never met a man yet who said that his personal life was in the way of building his business.
here For most women though, it is a tough idea. After all, can you imagine you are too busy to drop everything and run to school in the middle of the day to deliver a project your child forgot? I can…and so can my kids – they have gone without their instruments and gym sneakers…learned accountability and responsibility. My kids have had to bike to activities when I was in a meeting or pack pb&j on frozen hot dog rolls because single mom forgot to go get bread…again. I did not put my work on hold while we moved this past summer…my kids helped…every single day and late into some nights. They weren’t sitting around on their phones or binge watching Netflix. And no, this is not child abuse, this is reality.
When I have too much to do in my personal life my business does not suffer. I am continually building. If I look at my calendar I see I need extra time in two weeks with my daughter while she prepares for college, I put in late night (or four) to prepare or make-up the time when the schedule gets knotty. My work life and that schedule does not take a backseat to my personal schedule – they are interwoven with each getting the attention it needs.
My commitment at each step is to a reality…and a laser beam focus on building my success. I can not make excuses or blame my schedule…or plan for a time when life calms down…because, just in case you haven’t heard…my life is a fabulous whirlwind that never calms down.
And the reality is that I am building my business to add great flexibility to my life – I want to be the one dictating my schedule…and working from Florida…and able to answer the phone when my college freshman calls in the middle of the day. A friend needs a pick-up at the airport, no problem. I want to dart to the gym at 2pm – got it.
And as a result…my business is thriving, just about everything gets done in my personal life…and my kids…I don’t miss much…and they are insanely independent. They fill out their own forms, bring my check book to me when they have a payment due for something. They are responsible for their own schedules, planning with me, arranging carpools and rides, and scheduling their time to get their own stuff done.
And then you sit and wonder why your business is struggling or how you can possibly still be working at 2am when everyone is sleeping
This blog post is dedicated to my daughter…the 15 year old raging feminist who stands firmly in her idealist views of equality. Dear, you are certainly onto something, equality is a the way to go… and women have the power to get there – and as a very wise woman once told you “use your power for good.”