This episode is sponsored by Let's Conquer Motherhood, the online membership program for mums, with Lisa York.
Mum-of-4 Rhonda Melogy runs a successful 6-figure business and a busy household. If that wasn’t enough, she also homeschools her four children. Having started her first seasonal business as a side-hustle while she still worked in her corporate job, Rhonda quickly realised she had a choice. She could either run herself into the ground trying to do it all, or she could work with her 'team' (the five other people in her family) and find a way to thrive both in her personal and professional life. How does she do it? Systems.
Rhonda's children all share the load at home. Her chore chart system ensures that all the important household jobs get done on a daily basis, but it also teaches her children age-appropriate life skills, instills a strong work ethic and creates the mindset that everyone can and should contribute towards family life. If you've ever fallen into the trap of being unrealistic with your time and running after your children thinking you can do a task better or quicker than they will ever do at their age and stage, Rhonda will remind you that your time is one of the most valuable assets you have. You just can't make more of it.
In this episode, Rhonda shares how to find pockets of time in your day to get really intentional about what you want to do. By the end of the episode, you'll understand why you should focus on one thing at the time, create systems and workflows in your life and business, and delegate or outsource any relevant tasks. If you're ready to learn how you can get everything done, but also find time for yourself and build strong connections with your family, you'll love my conversation with Rhonda..
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