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Are You Working on the Right Things in Your Busienss?

Are You Working on the RIGHT Things in Your Business?

Are you working on the right things in your business? Tasks and actions ​that will ​create traction and growth in your company?

​Too many ​business owners ​remain buried daily in ​lower-level priorities and ​allow other people to dictate how they spend their working day. ​ ​

As the founder and CEO of your business, it's your primary role and responsibility to grow the ​company.

​You can't do that if you're swimming in a sea of management tasks that are not getting you closer to your company goals each day.

​​Maybe you're not even ​sure what ​you would focus on that will bring the greatest shifts to your business.

​Does this sound like you? ​

​Are you being side-tracked by everyday distractions?

Distractions are everywhere.

Managing those disruptions is what most women business owners struggle with every day. 

You may have adopted some daily rituals to gain control over your workday, such as getting yourself organized the night before.   

You feel so energized when you wake up the next morning.

With renewed confidence to take on the day and a list of top priorities in hand, you start your day. 

You turn on your computer and answer your cell phone.  


Boy, was that the wrong move...

  • ​A team member has questions before he or she can complete an assigned task.
  • ​A project launch is held up until you make a decision that keeps the project going.
  • ​You learn that your team did not complete a task according to the instructions you provided.
  • You respond to a few emails from clients with urgent support needs.

You get the picture.

What felt like a solid plan for the day is now falling apart.

Before you know it, it’s noon and you have not even touched the first priority on your list.

There is a multitude of reasons why people are so easily distracted from the very goals they lay out for their businesses. 

The purpose of this post is to focus on the common distractions that keep successful women business owners from growing forward.

​Let me ask you...

  • ​Are you a successful ​woman business owner who’s feeling overwhelmed, overworked and just plain exhausted in trying to keep your business running everyday under your own power and will?

  • ​Are you so ​buried in the day-to-day nuts and bolts of ​running your ​company​ that you’re not sure what you ​need to focus on? 

For most, the answers to those two questions are ​YES and ​YES.

You may ask…

Well, what are the right things I should be working on in my business? 

How a business owner spends her day will depend on the nature of her business. 

​My clients are ​successful women running multiple 6 & 7 figure online serviced -based companies​.

The following high-level tasks are a must for any business owner who wants to grow the business to higher levels of profit​ and reach.  

Working On The Right Things in Your Business includes...

  • ​Big money generating activities.
  • ​Generating more revenue and reach while working less.
  • Gaining visibility in your niche market.
  • Client delivery.
  • Developing new products and programs.
  • Writing primary content and messaging that attracts your ​target market.
  • Building and maintaining strategic relationships that move your business.
  • Making strategic business and marketing decisions for the whole business.
  • Being the CEO and leader of the business, not the manager.

You may ask…

​What about all the other stuff?

All the other stuff is definitely important!


Nothing is more important to the future of your business than your role as CEO and the leader of your company.  You need the time and freedom to focus on high-level activities that only you can do. 

Everything else ​must be ​DELEGATED!

If you’re a ​woman business owner running a multiple 6 or 7 figure business, it’s time ​to consider hiring a second-in-command​ to free you from the day-to-day responsibilities of running a growing company. ​

​Your ​Second-in-Command will free you from the ​management of...

  • ​​​Day-to-Day Operations
  • ​​Projects and Launches
  • ​Marketing Implementation ​​
  • ​Team (recruiting, training, daily oversight of tasks and projects)

Your second-in-command is ​a trusted and seasoned business manager who takes over the day-to-day running of the company- freeing you to ​focus on ​growing and scaling your company forward.

When you have a ​second-in-command on board you'll have the ​time and energy to work with clients, generate revenue, strategize your company’s future, and do what you love to do.

Your ​second-in-command keeps everything​ in the company running smoothly and efficiently​​; building systems and aligning resources ​to your vision.  

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Running an online service-based business is not for the faint of heart.

This is especially true when you’re the only one in charge of everything in the business-leading and managing.

​Are you working on the RIGHT things in your business?  

​I would love to hear if and how this ​post resonated with you.  I look forward to reading your comments below. ​ 

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About the Author Brenda Violette, Professional Fractional Integrator for Companies Running on EOS®

Brenda Violette is the founder and CEO of Violette Business Services, LLC an online business and operations management company serving visionary women entrepreneurs since 2008. Brenda’s core service offering is Fractional Integrator™ often titled a COO. If you are familiar with the book Rocket Fuel by Gino Wickman and Mark C. Winters, you will recognize the roles of Visionary and Integrator. The V/I Duo™. Some Integrators like Brenda, work with companies that need the expertise of an Integrator™ but are not yet ready to hire a full-time Integrator. She partners with business owners generating early million-dollar organizations while sitting in the Visionary seat of the company and running their service-based company on EOS® - Entrepreneurial Operating System. EOS® has become more and more popular in the marketplace. And Brenda loves it because it is a simple and straightforward framework for creating traction and growth for her clients. In the role of Integrator, it is her job to drive the model. She is passionate about helping business owners grow and scale their purpose-driven service-based companies. To learn more about how a Fractional Integrator™ can help you create big growth and sustainability visit

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