Are You Managing the Inner Micro-Manager?

As a relatively new business owner I struggle through learning many tasks in order to run an efficient and thriving business. I love all the new things I am learning and it is tempting to want to do all the cool stuff myself. The result of this is that I am dealing with my own micromanaging issues more then ever. I feel frustrated that I can’t relax more and let others do their job. I am impatient by nature with everything.

I now find myself wishing that I could take a step back and let others just do their job without my interfering. I would imagine that micromanaging is a common issue amongst women who feel the need to control their lives and family in a bid to be a better wife, worker, mother, friend and whatever. The problem I am dealing with most is that I am a perfectionist. I want everything just so and I am extremely concerned that everything get done right. I feel a lot of pressure. I worry what people think and analyze things to death. Being “busy” is a badge that I have loved to wear in the past but now I am questioning my productivity.

I am a person who wishes to improve myself. It is extremely important to me to learn from my mistakes, my anxieties and understand why I choose the goals I do. I am as they say -evolving. One of the reasons I became an entrepreneur was to achieve freedom to explore my passions and move beyond the levels I have reached in the traditional workforce.I felt I had hit a wall. Things are certainly now on the upswing but I still struggle.

To learn more about the signs and ways to improve continue reading this article by Leigh Mitchell at Women in Biz Network.

 

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