Three mistakes women business owners make

Yasmin Vorajee
It’s that time of the year – when we take stock, reflect and plan ahead ... or maybe you’re not ready to do that just yet. Perhaps you’re too busy right now, if that’s the case, this article is for you.

It’s that time of the year – when we take stock, reflect and plan ahead ... or maybe you’re not ready to do that just yet. Perhaps you’re too busy right now, if that’s the case, this article is for you.

Let’s face it ... the current business environment is not easy. There are many demands on your time and resources and it can feel like an uphill struggle on most days. One of the hardest things about being in business is feeling like you’re constantly working – there’s no time to switch off, no time to plan and no time to critically review 
how the business is performing. It’s all go-go-go and it is tiring. At the beginning, you had passion, enthusiasm and drive. Now, it’s slowly wearing away and you’re thinking “maybe this is just how it is”?

From my work with women business owners from all over the world, I know this is one of the biggest challenges you face. Add to this all the demands of running a home and a family and you are heading for burn-out.

Thankfully, it doesn’t have to be this way and I will be sharing how you can do things differently during my brand-new workshop, “3 Biggest Mistakes Women Business Owners 
Make That Keep Them Feeling Overloaded, Overwhelmed & Heading for Burnout” on Thursday, December 12 in Carrick-on-Shannon.

This workshop will address the top 3 mistakes women business owners make and how you can avoid them. Regardless of where you are in your business journey, the last 
thing you want to do is create another job for yourself. Yet, so many entrepreneurs and business owners do exactly that. During this 
workshop, I promise to show you how you can re-energise, rejuvenate and refresh yourself and your 
business so you are back in control of your business rather than it controlling you.

Life is for living fully and your business is a way for you to express your passion and your talent. It’s your big dream so you have to do whatever it takes to make it happen. What will always be true is you cannot make it happen when you’re exhausted and burnt-out so join me for this workshop and I will show you a different way to be brilliant in business!

The workshop is on December 12 10-4pm, in Carrick-on-Shannon. You can purchase your ticket by emailing Yasmin at support@yasminvorajee.com or visit www.yasminvorajee.com.

Please note if you cannot make this date in December, there will be further dates in Carrick, Dublin, Cork & Galway in January.