If I can do it, you can do it

Did you know that 10,000 U.S. Baby Boomers turn 65 each day?

And that by 2050, the U.S. population of older adults will have nearly doubled, to 83.7 million people?

(Source – Harvard Business Review)

Why is this important? Why does this matter to you?

Because my friends, the ‘Silver Tsunami’ is here.

It matters because taking care of your aging parents will fall squarely on your shoulders.

Looking after your aging parent while running your business. It’s going to be another layer added to your life.

What can you do?

What if I told you that you CAN add caring for your aging parents into your life and that you would also be able to run your business?

I’m here to tell you that you can. I’ve been successfully taking care of my mom for the past 11 years while running a successful coaching practice.

If I can do it, you can do it.

I’ve helped other entrepreneurs who are also taking care of their aging parents to also have thriving businesses.

If they can do it, you can too.

Stick with me and I’ll tell you how😉

Your next best step is to download your Surviving & Thriving Steps for Business Owning Caregivers so that you know exactly how to add taking care of an aging parent into your life – without disrupting your business! Here’s the link https://coach-wendy.com/boc1-html

What to do when the shit hits the fan

“You know the poops going to hit the fan sooner or later,” that’s what I hear from talking with women who own their own business AND take care of an aging parent.

Which is why in this situation it is so helpful to learn from other’s perspectives and to feel like you aren’t alone.

“That constant tug.”

“It’s just there.”

It’s important to talk about these feelings because what’s happening when you are worried about the shit hitting the fan is you lose focus.

It happened to Valerie who runs her own bookkeeping business. She found that when she was at work, she worried about her mom. When she was with her mom, she was worried about work.

As a result, her time at work was fractured and because it was fractured, she wasn’t enrolling new clients.

When she was able to share her fears and worry with a community of women just like her – business owners, caring for an aging parent, that’s when she was able to focus on her work which meant enrolling new clients to keep her business profitable. Not to mention that now when she’s with her mom, she’s totally focused on her – and enjoys the time they spend together.

Can you relate?

Join me on Friday, March 31st at 2 cst/12 pst as we gather as a community of women business owners who are caring for an aging parent.

We will be talking about what to do when the shit hits the fan. Hint: turn the fan off (we’ll be talking about that – turning the fan off.)😉

And since we are all business owners, expect some networking – that always happens in these gatherings too.

Click here to sign up for this free gathering – Taking Care of My Aging Parent While Running My Business

Do it now. Because you know how it goes – something else will come up and then the opportunity has passed.

❤️Coach Wendy