When it comes to practitioners, the “light at the end of the tunnel” doesn’t necessarily mean May 17.
It means that you don’t need to be the “do-er” for an infinite amount of time. It’s a short-term problem.
You want to get to the point where you grow yourself out of being the do-er to instead being the leader-- to doing what you really enjoy.
Put yourself in the mindset of it being short-term, whether you are:
✓ Finding team members to do the tasks for you
✓ Implementing systems
✓ Spending less time doing what you don’t enjoy
The above is the key to success and creating a profitable lifestyle practice.
Your energy needs to be spent on just that-- there is an opportunity cost of spending too much time doing the technical work that you don’t enjoy.
Remember the $10/hour tasks versus the $500/hour tasks. You want to be doing the latter-- the tasks that will grow your practice and create new business.