What to Stop Doing in Your Retail Business | Episode 30
The Big Takeaway:
This week I challenge you to make a STOP DOING list so you have more time and energy to focus on the things that give you joy and energize your business.
“Sorry I no longer do custom work.”
It’s totally okay to make changes in your retail business. (Especially now with the coronavirus allowing us to press the easy “Change It Up” button)
The cliche advice is to “Marie Kondo” areas of your life. It’s a spot-on verb. Even in your retail business, you don’t have to keep doing the things that don’t light you up, that don’t make you profits and don’t give you joy.
For me, custom work was the first thing I let go of. Once I moved on, I was able to focus on my area of joy and genius: in-person workshops.
And guess what? My retail biz became even more profitable.
- How to make your stop doing list to find freedom without feeling obligated to do the things you don’t enjoy.
- The data to look at to understand your revenue buckets and how to shift that income without worry.
- The big red flag that means you need to stop doing something ASAP.
- Understanding the fear that is stopping you from making big, impactful changes.
So, here it is, my friend. Your permission slip to make that big change in your creative retail business to make it something that you are incredibly passionate and proud of!
Ready to jump into the community conversation and get support from other shop owners on making the change? After you listen, pop over to my Rockstar Creatives FB community and add your #1 Stop Doing “THING” to the thread. I can’t wait to see what you are letting go!
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