Are We Having Fun Yet?

Hi there, Janet Clark here with this week’s episode of Janet Talks Business TV. Let me ask you a couple of questions. Do you ever feel like you’re working hard, but finding no enjoyment in what you’re doing? Do you sometimes feel like everything is just a big disaster?

I’ve come to realize from my own personal experiences, that these feelings happen because we get ourselves into situations where we lose sight of the big picture – why we’re doing what we’re doing.

Now, the reason I called my business The Freedom Shift is two-fold. I want to help people have a life of Freedom, and also, I want my own life of Freedom! With this in mind, I help people find business processes and systems that are going to aid in freeing up their time so they can live the life they want, rather than the one they have to.

So what does Freedom mean to you? To me it means being able to have the time to do the things I LOVE to do and in general, to LOVE my life. And let’s not forget about FUN! As many of you know, it’s easy to get wrapped up in your business and forget about fulfilling ourselves from within. I define FUN as fulfilling unmet needs.

So why is FUN important to you in your business? Here’s the thing, if you’re not having fun you’re going to get bogged down in fears, doubts and anxiety. However, the opposite of that is feeling happy, joyous and free. This is what we are always striving to do. So in reality we’re not in a business to make money, but rather in a business to feel happy, joyous, and free and let’s not forget Fulfilled!

So, let me walk you through an exercise to help put things in perspective. It won’t take too much time out of your day, but it will help put the FUN back into your life!

Book a FUN-FILLED Chat with me now by clicking the link just below this video.

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