How to Ditch the Overwhelm!

by Michele on May 22, 2012

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You know how entrepreneurs spend a lot of their time feeling overwhelmed? By nature, entrepreneurs love ideas. We can come up with them in our sleep – and often do! Most of us have more ideas than we could get to in a lifetime. So what’s the problem?

Well, entrepreneurs also commonly suffer from “bright, shiny object syndrome,” or the tendency to get bored with something before it’s done and jump to the next thing that we’re sure will make us a smashing success.

What happens when an abundance of ideas and bright, shiny object syndrome collide? Lots of things – low income, scattered focus, dissatisfaction with the business, and perhaps the biggest problem:


Overwhelm happens when we have too many things going at once and there’s not only more than we can do but more than we can even keep on top of. It’s like a business treadmill – you are running harder and harder but not getting anywhere. It’s impossible to figure out what to work on and you aren’t making the money you want.

The good news is that there is a quick fix! I can help you Ditch the Overwhelm, get focused and get moving toward making profit quickly with a step by step plan.

We’ll work together to figure out what’s the best thing for you to do right now and create a step by step action plan so you know how to move forward. At the end of our short time together, you’ll be clear about what to do first, how to do it and how it will lead to profit.

Sound great? Click here for details, and I hope to help you Ditch the Overwhelm soon!

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  1. Mozette says:

    I come from an ideas family where they come thick and fast one moment and aren’t around when I want them… my recently late Uncle was an ideas man and has over his life patented a lot of things that have helped our lives become a lot easier. He was inventive, innovative and had a brilliant mind right to the end. However, he found that if he told his ideas to anyone, they often stole them; so he began keeping them to himself. This lead to a meltdown and he had a kind of nervous breakdown which caused him to think too fast and bounce from one idea to the next – in just the way you’ve said in your article.

    I have a solution that helps me with my ‘bright, shiny object’ problem. I record all my dreams that I remember – and I can turn into stories or books. These ones are dreams that usually either scare the crap out of me or keep me thinking on the details of them. I currently have 3 dream journals chock full of my nightly astral travels… interesting stuff!
    I also have about 20 ideas books filled with ideas for books, poetry, novellas and short stories. I have another for anything I want to sew (but it’s on a larger scale) and I have a prototype of the thing I’ve got planned. I also keep a journal most nights to keep my mind from grinding over what happened during the day; so I can sleep at night.

    I know it’s a lot of writing to do, but it keeps my brain clear enough so that I can ‘be sane enough’ to live my life properly and think about what needs to be done around my house instead of me going over and over details from weeks before. This is how I stop myself from becoming overwhelmed.

    1. Michele says:

      Mozette, writing things down is a rule I couldn’t live without! It’s too easy to lose great ideas otherwise.

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