In the context of business, Innovation is a process by which a domain, a product, or a service is renewed and brought up to date by applying new processes, introducing new techniques, or establishing successful ideas to create new value.
As a mom, your time is limited. Add the role of entrepreneur on top of that, and time just seems to disappear. Creating content is a major part of marketing your business. Crafting content takes up a lot of time and energy. It is not as difficult as it seems, but without a strategy, it can be time consuming. Strategies for content creation have been made to help make the process easier. I have made the switch to ClickUp to work my strategy. It has been going well so far.
In this week’s blog, I wanted to share with you how I create a month’s worth of content in 6 hours or less. I’ll walk you through what I do in those 6 hours so that you can reach your audience with meaningful and impactful way, without overwhelm.
I know it can be highly stressful during these times when the children are at home. The demands of work, children and other responsibilities can create very stressful days! In this week’s blog, I share a guid with six (6) ways you can reduce the stress as you go through your day.
For several decades, researches all over the world have asserted that what goes on in the mind affects the body. Overwhelm leads to our low feelings: our heads fall, our shoulders sag, and our breathing becomes shallow. In fact it has been conclusively proved that overwhelm triggers a whole chain of physio-biological reactions, which are designed to make us feel this way.
You have to set the stage for your planning. Get a clean quiet space. When your space is cluttered, and you know you don’t have a free mind, planning will be very difficult and it would not be as effective. My office space at home is always clean. I don’t allow my children to enter unless it’s absolutely necessary. I love to keep this space clean so that I can think, write and just be focused. Take a moment and exhale. Set your intentions in your mind. Gather your tools and let’s go to the next step.
The global pandemic has shifted the way we view working from home. If you have a day job, there are now more benefits for both you and the company you work for. By working from home, you can cut down on commuting time and distractions and get more accomplished in the comfort of your own home. But there are some important measures you will have to put in place. If you are a mompreneur who already works from home, you would already be aware of some of those measures that help to boost your productivity.
How I Structured Distance Learning For 4 Children (While Going To School Myself) Without A Mental Breakdown
For the past few months, parents have been doing distance learning because of the COVID 19 pandemic. Schools were closed abruptly in March 2020 and classes around the world gradually made the move towards distance learning from August 2020.
For many years, I started off my day by reviewing my To-Do list that I wrote the night before. There would be at least 10 – 15 items that I would complete within the 15 hours I am awake. AND would do them all while being a mom of 4 children (who are now all homeschooled), wife, student, entrepreneur, not to mention holding down my day job!
Here is the BTS of how I recently updated my home office.
Me: “Oh my gosh! This place is so messy!”
Proceeds to pick up toys, fix cushions, wash dishes, sweep and mop floors, febreze couches, make beds, clean bathroom, put clothes in baskets………..drops into my bed!
Me: “I’m so tired! You all don’t do anything to help me!”
Sound familiar? I’m sure it does!