#85 CWIB App is now OUT!

Hey there and welcome to the CWIB podcast show, I hope you’ve enjoyed the past couple of weeks as we’ve been sharing the sessions for CWIBCC18. We have some exciting new to share with you at the end of this podcast so stay tuned.

We’d love to hear what you’ve learnt from the conference session send in your takeaways to hello@christianwomeninbusiness.com.au.

Just to let you know we’ve now sold out of the accommodation tickets for CWIBCC19 Conference in Sydney. This will be happening on 9th and 10th of February 2019.  We still have tickets without accommodation for both days or just the Saturday.

The Saturday will be like a normal conference on the Sunday.  We have Lisa, founder of Arise Sanctuary, joining us for retreat sessions on the Sunday.

Sunday will be a day of rest where you have to choice to spend some one on one time with God or be involved in some relax retreat business workshops.

You can book your ticket today from the Christian Women in Business website and like Events we will put the link in the show notes.

So, I’ve been really blessed to be given sometime off with my husband over the past few weeks and it’s been wonderful AND CWIB kept running while I was away which is fabulous to get the business to a point where you can spend time away and it still runs.

I wanted to share with you today some tips to help you get your business to a point where you too can take some much earned time out to rest and recover.

Here are the points;

  1. Build a good solid systems and a great team. A good team in your business is priceless! Making sure everyone knows what they are doing and how to do it will keep everything running like a well oiled machine.
  2. Automate what you can. Welcome Emails, payment reminders. If you’re not sure how to do all this, feel free to book in for a session with me through The Automation Girl.
  3. With systems, comes good routine. Having your business run with systems and building that into a good weekly routine means everything will get done when it needs to.  You don’t need to micro manage your team members. If it’s the same each week. Everyone knows when things need to get done.
  4. Let things go and trust. Finally my last point is mindset. A wise Pastor once told me, try and trust people upfront and only doubt once they let you down. Of course you need to have good discernment, but if you’ve taken time recruiting and picked the right people you can trust them. When you finish your last day and turn those emails, off hand it over to God and let it go. Mind over matter. Everything will be okay and if it’s not you have a team that will work things out. Let them be creative and use their initiative.

Believe it or not, unless the world caves in, your business should still be there once you get back.

So, for the exciting news we have to share with you!!! Behind the scenes, we’ve been working hard on something special for you.  It’s been something that has been on our hearts for a while now and we wanted to create something that would help serve women in business all across the world… are you ready?… we’ve developed our very own FREE CWIB APP! WOOHOO! It’s free for you to download now from iTunes and the Google Play Store. We’ve popped the link in the Show Notes for you to download as soon as we’ve finished this podcast.

In the app, you’ll be able to listen to all the CWIB Podcasts, read the latest blog posts, be up to date with the latest news, if you’re a member you’ll be able to access the Members Hub & all our Business Social Events, dates and location will be on there along with the Conference info plus week day daily bible verses to help keep you centred on God each day in your business.

What are you waiting for… head over to the show notes today and grab your app. If you love it, share it with your friends. We hope it serves you well 💗.

I’m SJ and you are listening to the CWIB Podcast Show. I’ll catch you next week.

Founder Sarah-Jane Meeson was given a word to inspire women. Since then, Sarah-Jane dreamed about how she could inspire women and unite them together. She knew it was going to be for God and she knew she had a passion for business and just to see people thrive and be all that they can be: no matter what past they’ve had, no matter how much money or where they come from. It’s about them being the best person they can be for God and to help share their story of how God has worked through their life and business.

After chatting with a girlfriend and sitting on the idea for a while, God kept prompting her heart to bring this movement of women together. After some time, Sarah-Jane knew what she needed to do; she bit the bullet and now here it is. Christian Women in Business – a movement of Christian women pushing forward for God in their businesses … and it’s great!

Sarah-Jane xo

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