Do You Crave More Time?

As I am sitting outside on a beautiful sunny day in a rocking chair on the porch of my little farmette, I so appreciate being an entrepreneur!

The notorious benefit of being an entrepreneur is the ability to set my own hours and have my days be flexible and my time be my own.

During the pandemic, a lot of people have had the same feeling. I’ve talked to lots of women who either worked from home due to a temporary order or have had their job completely switched to working from home. Unfortunately, some also have been laid off, but haven’t minded too much because suddenly they’re in charge of their own time.

I got to thinking there are a lot of women out there who are juggling a full-time job and a family, who would love to be able to have their time be their own, who would love to be able to take their ideas and start their own business and become an entrepreneur.  Why don’t they?  Because they are afraid of that word, entrepreneur.

Maybe, some women who want to take control of their lives would be perfect entrepreneurs, but they cling to the idea that the steady paycheck is their future. If that’s who you are, I want to talk to you directly.

Do you think you would love the freedom of making your own schedule?  Do you have a great idea and would love to make money doing what feeds your soul?  How do you feel about being able to work after your kids are asleep, or, maybe early in the morning, before they get up and then have time during the day to go to their school activities or spend time doing something else?

I want you to know that there are three basic things that we have to overcome in order to have this life, and none of them are that hard.

First, you have to overcome the fear that you can’t do it.   If you embrace the faith that the universe is going to support you, that there are people out there who want to buy your products, there’s always a market for what you have.

You have to overcome that fear that you’re not good enough, or that you don’t have anything of value to sell, because everybody’s idea is valuable.

The second thing you have to overcome is the overwhelming idea that being an entrepreneur is hard, or that you don’t know where to start. All you have to do is embrace a system.

There is a system that will help you go from zero to a full-fledged business in next to no time. The program that I have is a three-to-six month program, depending on where you already stand, that will take you from not knowing anything to being an operating entrepreneur in six months. I call it the Business Builder Blueprint.

If that’s where you are, if you are overwhelmed and you’re letting that stop you, if you don’t know where to begin, you can overcome that by embracing a system.

Lastly, you have to overcome the feeling that you don’t exactly know what type of business you want. Some people have so many ideas that they don’t know which one would become the business.

The way to overcome that is to identify a single purpose.

Many of us talk about finding our life’s purpose. What I’m talking about here is a little more refined than finding your life’s purpose. It’s finding the purpose that you’re here to contribute, that you’re here to share with people.

When you find the unique gift that you are passionate to share, you’ll be able to create the business that can be the ticket to your freedom.

You find the purpose, you create the system, you have faith that it’s going to work, and the universe rises up to meet you and all those things you want—time, freedom, money, the ability to be creative all day—they appear as if by magic.

If you’re interested in learning more, please check out my Business Builder Blueprint. You can go to my website, https.//, and sign up for my newsletter and get the Business Builder Blueprint overview. It’s nine great tips to help you get started.

Or feel free to message me, and we can talk about it and see if I can help you find a little more freedom and a little more breathing room in your life.

About the author

Dr. Judy Morley has been described as a “human potential specialist.” Her years of experience in different arenas varies from being an advertising executive to a college professor to an executive to an entrepreneur and franchise owner.  Each of these positions has given her great insight into helping people find their authentic style of leadership.