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Why 'Harder, Faster, Stronger' Can Actually Hurt Your Business

Written by: Tarah Dove, Executive Contributor

Executive Contributors at Brainz Magazine are handpicked and invited to contribute because of their knowledge and valuable insight within their area of expertise.

 

Harder, faster, stronger does not always equate to better results in business.

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I have seen first-hand the pressure that businesswomen feel to work harder, faster, and stronger than their colleagues and peers. This mentality is often glorified in our culture as the key to success; however, it can be detrimental to your long-term success, fulfillment, performance, and relationships.


It is crucial to understand that going hard, fast, and strong, at the wrong time in business, can lead to burnout, stress, and decreased productivity. Just like athletes require rest to achieve peak performance, business owners also need periods of rest to achieve their best potential.


The Olympic athletes who win gold medals do so because they have the skill set, mindset, coaching, and training programs that help them be in peak performance at the exact right time, offset by periods of rest. It's not magic that makes them successful; it's science!


Just as in sports, business success also requires a framework that helps you create seasons of rest for your business, life, and team. When done the right way, it increases overall performance, revenue, and fulfillment.


With this structure in place, businesswomen have more time to focus on self-care, family, and activities that promote inner growth and happiness. Time management becomes easier, allowing for a better work-life balance.


It’s going hard, fast, and strong, at the RIGHT TIME in business, that equates to the best results.


As a female business owner, taking care of yourself and your team is essential to long-term success. Don't fall into the trap of believing that working harder, faster, or stronger is the only way to succeed. Instead, focus on creating a framework that allows for intentional rest, personal development, and sustainable growth.


Being successful in business without sacrifice is not magic. It's science – and I'm here to help you find the right balance to achieve success, fulfillment, and happiness in your business and personal life!


At Success Without Sacrifice, we’re on a mission to revolutionize how female entrepreneurs do business.


Just like pro-sports teams have training plans designed to avoid burnout and injury and achieve peak performance, the RAMP Method™ gives female entrepreneurs a roadmap to structure their day, week, month, and year, so they can be in peak performance at the right time, instead of all the time.


The RAMP Method™ is a proprietary system created by the co-owner of Success Without Sacrifice, Cheree Sauer. Cheree saw a gap in the marketplace for female business owners. After working with high-performing athletes for 14 years, Cheree became an entrepreneur and experienced burnout. She recognized a need to help female business owners merge the gap between business and life. She brought her knowledge of business, sports psychology, sports training, and team performance into the entrepreneurial world to help female business owners continue their success without sacrificing themselves.


There is no one size fits all, which is why the team at Success Without Sacrifice, LLC will work with you in a 1:1 capacity to help you create your RAMP Method™ roadmap that is specific to your business and life goals.

For more information, please email here.


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Tarah Dove, Executive Contributor Brainz Magazine

Tarah Dove is Co-Owner of Success Without Sacrifice, LLC with Business Partner Cheree Sauer. As CMO/Marketing Success Coach, Tarah brings over 15 years of Marketing experience to the Partnership. Using the proprietary system, The RAMP Method, created by Co-Owner Cheree, the duo works with Entrepreneurs to merge the gap between business and life. Their mission and The RAMP Method of coaching help reduce burnout and improve team performance and fulfillment for female Insurance Agency Owners.

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