How to balance family, faith, and business

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f you're here, chances are you're wrestling with finding balance, and trust me, you're not alone in that struggle.


I've lost count of how many times I've been asked, "How do you balance faith, family, and business?" It's a common dilemma for many of us, especially as Christian Coaches…


We want to excel in our roles as family members, spouses, parents, and Christians, all while being successful entrepreneurs. It can feel overwhelming just thinking about it!


I’ve created a list of 5 ideas on how to balance your faith, family and business:



 Here they are….


Optimize Your Business Model: Take a close look at your business structure and pricing. Ensure it aligns with your goals and values. Remember, your business should support your life, not consume it.


Set Pre-Scheduled Boundaries: Establish clear boundaries in your calendar. Decide when you start and end work, and stick to it. This ensures dedicated time for family, faith, and self-care. 


Schedule Fun Activities: Make time for enjoyment and relaxation. Whether it's a family outing, a date night, or pursuing a hobby, scheduling fun helps rejuvenate your spirit and strengthens relationships.


Know What Is Enough: Recognize that there's a point of sufficiency in your business and life. Strive for success, but also embrace contentment and gratitude for what you already have. This mindset fosters balance and peace.

Prioritize Decision-Making: When faced with tough choices, follow this order: God, family, team, clients. Trust in divine guidance, prioritize your loved ones' well-being, honor your team's contributions, and then consider the needs of your clients.

Start by assessing these aspects of your life and gradually implement strategies to prevent burnout.

If you're feeling stuck, especially with optimizing your business model, I'm here to help. Check out our $7 training on designing your business model. This is the same formula that helped me hit $250K in my first year of business while also becoming a father to my daughter, Grace.


And hey, there's no rush. Take your time and even schedule to go through this exercise in a way that respects your boundaries.


Thank you for being a part of our Faith2Influence community. Wishing you a year filled with blessings and abundance.