Taking Back Your Studio Calendar One To-Do At A Time (Part 2)

We’re going to pick up right where we left off in the previous episode, and dive into what Christina’s life and business looked like four years ago. 

In this episode, we reveal what you need to do to take control of your ever-expanding checklist (without going into manic panic mode). We chat about writing effective job descriptions, the kind of challenges you encounter while making big changes in your business, and introducing simple hacks in your work routine so you can make enough time to run your studio and have a life.  

Y’all. if Christina can juggle it and still knock it outta the park, so can you! Tune in and get ready to be inspired.   

In this episode you’ll learn:

  • How to effectively build a job description around weekly tasks
  • The struggles of making big changes in your business and how to combat those feelings of losing control 
  • What to do to determine where your time is best-spent {whether in time, money or effort} and why this is so important to know 
  • How to break down hourly rates, bonus plans and commissions for your new employee so that you both win 

With grit & gratitude,


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