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3 Simple Steps to Avoid Burnout When You’re Self-Employed

Today is a special day because I have the last episode of Financial Freedom Friday to share with you!

So many people go into business for themselves because they want freedom. And owning your own business is one of the best ways to create time and financial freedom.

But here’s the problem: working for yourself often leads to working ungodly hours, busting your butt to make everything happen, and trading hours for dollars.

I’ve watched a lot of self-employed friends get totally fried and lose the spark of passion for their business.

And you know what? That’s a bummer. Because running your own show and having creative freedom is one of the best ways to be of service and get your amazing gifts out into the world.

So, what’s an entrepreneur who wants the freedom of working for themselves to do?

How do you get the passion that you had in the beginning back if you’re feeling burned out now?

And how do you prevent getting burned out in the first place?

Well, I’ve got 3 simple steps you can take to avoid getting burned out when you’re self-employed. Plus, I’ll tell you about two business models that are particularly burnout-prone and which you might want to avoid or modify in order to create freedom.

Click the video below to check it out.

Watch the Financial Freedom Friday episode on Passive and Recurring Income HERE.

You can’t get where you’re going unless you first determine your desired destination. (Tweet it!)

Over to you:

What strategies have you found to avoid or remedy burnout?

Leave a comment below!

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