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Ep. 44 – Want a Simple and Sustainable Business? Define Your “Enough Points”

Finding Your “Enough Points” for Business Success and Well-being

Far too often we get pulled in by the “do more” advice that shows up everywhere. When we do more we enter a world of toxic hustle instead of a simple and sustainable business.

  • Do more marketing. 
  • Show up on more platforms. 
  • Send more emails. 
  • Get louder, stand out more. 
  • Grow your email list. 
  • Make a bazillion dollars in the next 90 days. 
The Selah Entrepreneur Podcast - Episode 44 - Discover Your Enough Points for a Simple and Sustainable Business

I’m sure you know what I mean. You see it in ads, emails, and webinars.

If we don’t know our enough points, it is easy to be distracted by Bright Shiny Objects that “promise” to solve all our problems. 

What Are “Enough Points”?

The term “enough points” refers to the limit where you feel satisfied with your efforts and accomplishments without feeling the pressure of endless growth and productivity. It’s about setting healthy boundaries and recognizing when you’ve reached a point where you say enough is enough.

Knowing your enough points can help you avoid burnout, maintain clarity, and prioritize your well-being.

We Live in a Culture of “Do More”

In a world where the message of “do more” is everywhere, it’s essential to pause and reflect on whether all the noise and pressure are truly serving you and your goals.

We need to take a closer look at the messages of do more:

  • In our marketing
  • When we show up on multiple platforms
  • You can achieve more by doing All. The. Things.

When the reality is that it often just leads to exhaustion and a sense of never doing “enough.” By understanding your “enough points”, you can resist bright shiny objects and focus on what truly matters for your business.

Types of “Enough Points” for a Simple & Sustainable Business

Let’s look at four different areas we need to define our enough points:

1. I’ve Done Enough: Recognizing when more is not always better and embracing the power of simplicity and sustainability in your endeavors.

2. This is Too Much: Knowing when to draw the line and acknowledge that you need to make a change to avoid overwhelm and preserve your mental and physical well-being.

3. Minimum Viable is PERFECTLY Okay: Understanding that sometimes starting with a simple, doable project is more than enough to get you moving in the right direction.

4. Stop Thinking, Start Doing: Taking action and moving past the endless cycle of research and hesitation to make progress toward your goals.

We need to Embrace a Balanced Approach to Our Businesses

By identifying your enough points in various aspects of your business, such as marketing, goal setting, and self-care, you can create a more balanced and sustainable approach to entrepreneurship.

Setting boundaries and honoring your limits not only promotes business success but also contributes to your overall health and happiness.

Your Turn: Take Action and Define Your “Enough Points”

As you reflect on the concept of “enough points,” consider where you may need to establish clearer boundaries and priorities in your business and life. Take the time to define your enough points, write them down, and commit to honoring them in your business.

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Remember, knowing your “enough points” is not a sign of weakness but a profound act of self-awareness and self-care in the pursuit of a thriving business and a balanced life.

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