Running a business is hard, and the early days of getting it off the ground can be rough.
I worked over 100 hours a week for years. I missed the first five years with my oldest daughter. I ran myself ragged, and it affected everything about my life.
I also wanted to grow, and I soon learned that I couldn’t do it burning the candle at both ends. Something had to give. But, I didn’t have a mentor. I didn’t have anyone coaching me or teaching me how to market, delegate, train and scale my business. I had to figure all of that out on my own — at least until I made one of my wisest decisions: to get a mentor.
Doing so taught me many things that helped me scale my business.