​Prevent Stress and Avoid Burnout
Your Productivity and Efficiency

​Are You Ready to Eliminate Business Overwhelm?

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    ​Overwhelm is one of the MOST COMMON complaints among ​entrepreneurs.
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    ​You WILL RECOGNIZE the feeling when you jump from project to project without completing anything.
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    However, ​the good news is ​that you have the POWER to regain control and be the CALM, EFFICIENT business owner you know you are capable of.  You just need to know the STEPS TO CONQUERING OVERWHELM.

Hi, I'm ​Terry Hill.  The creator of ​ numerous entrepreneurial business training programs that focus on the issues and challenges faced by aspiring and early-stage entrepreneurs, business owners, and professional service providers. ​

As a life-long entrepreneur myself, I have encountered the effects of stress and burnout ​in my entrepreneurial
career.  Being the determined, driven person that I am, I decided  - with the help of my team of associates - to find a solution to this ever-growing problem of entrepreneurial overwhelm -- stress and burnout!  

​Finally, I believe ​that ​we have found the solution to th​is troublesome problem.

How often would you say you feel stressed?

​If the answer is “every day”, you are not alone.  Between work, family, social and personal lives, there are many obligations to balance.  Furthermore, in our modern digital age, with distractions, stimulations, and stressors coming from all directions, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed.  This increased business leads to higher stress levels and that can seep into all aspects of our lives and have deep negative effects.

What is stress and where does it come from?

Stress is your body’s reaction to perceived pressures and threats from your environment.  It triggers your body’s flight-or-fight response, which increases your heart rate and blood circulation, leading to faster breath intake and feelings of anxiety.  When prolonged, this feeling will cause you to be unhappy, short-tempered, and tired.  You might suffer from a weakened immune system, insomnia, depression, body aches or tension, and weight gain.  

Stress has many ways of manifesting itself.  In more severe cases, chronic and serious stress can lead to heart disease.  

When is it a problem?

If stress is so common, then how and when is it a bigger issue?  If you can grow from a difficult experience and learn to move past it, it isn’t a problem.  But remember to periodically take a step back to reflect on your mental health.  Are you generally happy with your quality of life or do you feel panicked, trapped, and hindered from being productive?

What you can do about it?

  1. Take a deep breath...  Remind yourself to slow down.  Try inhaling deeply and then slowly exhaling to help re-focus and calm your shaky nerves.  Doubtful?  Give it a try, and you will be surprised at how much it can help.  

    Counter nervous and panicked hyperventilation with controlled, deep breathing to let your brain know that you are doing just fine.

  2. Make a list...  Identify what is making you feel the way that you do. Like any other problem, the first step is always to acknowledge it.  Whenever you begin to feel overwhelmed, or even at the start of every day, write down a list of things you are stressed about and need to do.
    The physical act of writing it out, as well as being able to visualize everything, will calm you down. Once it’s all on paper, you should feel as though your mind and thoughts are no longer as clouded.

    You won’t need to stress over remembering what to do and you can experience the satisfaction of crossing things off your list when you complete them.

  3. Create a clear actionable plan...   Big tasks, projects, and plans can seem daunting.  The thought of needing to do something can invoke feelings of dread.  Take some time to write down what you need to do to complete that task.  Break all your larger projects down into much smaller sub-tasks that you can do easily.

    For example, if you have a business trip planned in a few weeks, book your flight tickets today, plan your car ride tomorrow, book your hotel rooms the day after, and keep going until you’ve finished planning your trip.  You don’t need to plan your entire journey in one sitting.  When you are only focused on the next step, your stress surrounding the entire task will dissipate.

  4. Stop multitasking...  Multitasking can seem like the best solution, but in reality, it divides your focus and prevents you from being efficient.  By severely limiting the amount of time spent on each task, you are not allowing yourself to do your best work.  You will lose time in the process of shifting gears, rather than spending it wisely on actual work.

    If you do have multiple things to do, don’t worry.  Just give yourself a set time frame to work for each task and avoid trying to work on all of them at once.


According to the Mayo Clinic, the four A’s of stress management are Avoid, Alter, Adapt, and Accept. These are detailed more below as follows:

  • Avoid – Learn to say no to undesirable tasks that do not create value or happiness in your or others’ lives. Avoid the people that stress to the best of your ability.  Remember the 80/20 Rule that 80% of our happiness likely comes from 20% of the people you interact with regularly so now may be a great time to evaluate those around you to see who should make the cut. 

    You don’t necessary have to cut them off totally, however, you can reduce the amount time significantly to manage stress. To a certain extent, you can control your environment, so create a calm atmosphere.  Dissect the task list to see what items are unnecessary.

  • Alter – Here is where you can look at trying to balance the schedule in order to allot for things you like to do and not just things you have to do.  Instead of keeping feelings inside that will eventually burst out, express your feelings to others and it will likely be reciprocated.  Compromise where necessary especially with family members in order to keep the peace.

  • Adapt – First of all, begin this “A” by having a grateful attitude.  While we all want more from life, chances are you have it pretty good.  So be thankful for what you have instead of dwelling on the things that you do not have.  Evaluate the “big picture” and ask yourself if the stressor will even matter later.  If not, let it go. Stop trying to be perfect all the time!

  • Accept – We all know this but seem to forget at times. Some things are out of your control so try not to overly stress on these things.  You simply can’t control others’ actions so focus on you because there are always things you can do better. 

    Develop a positive state of mind by looking at the “bright side” of things and find a different way of looking at issues so that you are not dwelling solely on the negative.

    Forgive those that have wronged you. This may be the hardest of all for many.  If you can do this, you will definitely reduce some stress ghosts from the past that still seem to haunt you.

The real foundation of managing stress is developing the feeling that you are in control of your life for the most part.  Certain things are outside of your control, but it is not wise to stress over the things outside of personal control.

What is the way you look at stress?  Do you take responsibility for it or do you tend to blame everyone or everything else?  ​

​Don't let your stress go un-managed...  Or, you will become overwhelmed, ​which will have very real and profound effect on your health, your family, and your entrepreneurial career.

OVERWHELM comes in many forms!

Overwhelm typically involves having too many options, not knowing where to start, constantly struggling with shiny object syndrome, over-consumption of information and taking-on too much on all at once.

In all fairness, being an early-stage entrepreneur is generally overwhelming, it seems to come with the territory.  However, the effects of overwhelm will continue to plague you through your entrepreneurial career - unless, you learn to minimizes and/or eliminate the root cause of overwhelm.

The responsibility falls squarely on your shoulders to identify your priorities and constantly evaluate what is worthy of your precious time, energy, and bandwidth.

Like anything, if you don’t actively decide what is important, your entrepreneurial journey to be "cut-short" and you will FAIL.

​MANAGING ​the overwhelm

There are many tactics and tricks that you can use to manage overwhelm.  Below are some examples. ​Notice that none of the options are pulling all-nighters to catch up or attempting  to replace your blood stream with coffee.

Brain Dump

Simple, yet effective.  You’re literally going to write down everything that is zipping around in your brain. You might fill several sheets of paper​, but get it out of your head.  It doesn’t have to be anything you even care about working on right now, but if you’re thinking about it – get it out there.

This is particularly useful if you can’t get your brain to shut down before bed time.  ​Many people keep a pen and paper next to ​their bed and when ​they notice that ​they can’t relax because ​they have too much going on, they write it out.

Once it’s all down on the page, the next step is to consider which of these things is meaningful.  It’s highly unlikely that everything you have listed is a priority right this second. You can either highlight 3-5 priorities to work on today OR you can start a new to-do list with only clear and important objectives.

Take stock

Consider how you use your time.  When you’re working are you all in?  Or are you distracted and flipping between what you need to get done and Facebook or constantly getting up to chat with some coworkers? Your productivity hinges on your ability to focus.  

If you’re constantly allowing yourself to succumb to distractions, you’re going to take longer than you really need to get things done.  This means you spend longer hours at the office when you could be home relaxing.

Consider your workload

Have a serious look at what is on your agenda that ​needs to get accomplished.  Are these all things only you can do?  If someone else could do them, can you find a way to delegate it and let go of that work?  And if someone else can’t do it, consider if it ACTUALLY needs to be done.  Be constantly evaluating your work to make sure you’re not doing something just because that’s how it’s always been done.

​A​CTIONS you can take to eliminate overwhelm

1.  Identify your objectives

The number one thing many ​early-stage entrepreneurs fail to do is set clear, concise and measurable objectives.  It's advisable that at any given time you should have no more than three objectives.

When you identify exactly what your current objectives are, you no longer have to guess about what you should spend your time doing.  You no longer are inclined to pick up every shiny object (e.g., free advice, ​online chatter, online course, etc.).

Intentionally setting three clear, measurable objectives enables you to easily identify what is relevant to you and what is simply a distraction. This helps combat overwhelm before it can even creep into your world.

Establish your objectives, share them with your team and stack all of your efforts behind the achievement of those goals. Keep it simple and elegant.


2.  Set boundaries

Creating strong boundaries within your business is an absolute must from day one.  Don’t wait until you have a line of customers out to door to implement your boundaries.  You are the boss here, so embrace your power of choice and intentionally set boundaries for your business.

Ask yourself what kind of hours will you keep, when will you meet with your clients, how will you accept payment, how will your team communicate with you and so on. 

 Just because you would take a client any day of the week, at any time of the day, because any business is better than no business in the beginning, that doesn’t mean you should.

If you don’t want to take appointments on Fridays, don’t schedule appointments on Fridays.  If you aren’t going to offer payment plans, don’t go making exceptions left and right.  If your team is to communicate with you via email, don’t respond to them when they text message you on your personal phone.

If you don’t intentionally set boundaries, you may find yourself accommodating everyone else’s ideas about how things should be done, and that sounds like an overwhelming mess, doesn’t it


3.  Delegate

There seems to be a misconception that you must do everything yourself when you are first starting out as an entrepreneur.  Let’s put this to rest and say: the sooner you ​start delegating, the sooner you can operate from your zone of genius and enjoy building your business.

Bringing on an assistant, project manager, professional graphic designer, etc., versus trying to do it all yourself is simply a smart move. 

Depending on your situation, funds might be tight in the beginning. But that doesn’t mean you should avoid delegating all together.

Identify what some of the most pressing tasks to hand off are and seek help there first. Even hiring someone for a couple hours a week or on a low-touch monthly retainer, may free up valuable hours of your time and energy, so you can focus on what you do best.

Be intentional about this.  Don’t go around hiring every specialist, contractor and role under the sun, but be honest with where the greatest impact will be regarding overall productivity and achievement of your three core objectives.

I will ​teach you how toeliminate overwhelm and reduce stress 

in your business!

Take a look at what you will LEARN... DISCOVER... FIND

You will...

L​EARN the essential techniques and strategies to bring your overwhelm under control so you can once again breathe easily. 

​​DISCOVER how to plan, prioritize, and manage your workload effectively, how to find more precious hours in your day, and how to return to a balanced life where you can see your family and friends more often. 

FIND everything you need to take back control and eliminate overwhelm to become more productive and successful in future.

​By the time you complete this course,
you will be able to:​

  • ​Evaluate your current situation, so you are aware of what issues to address to bring about change.
  • Get all pending tasks out of your head and divide them into manageable chunks, so that you free up thinking space and retake control. 

  • Apply a simple prioritizing technique to your task list, so you ensure you get the important tasks dealt with first.

  • Reduce the size of your to-do list by eliminating or delegating tasks, so you can focus on the key tasks that will achieve your business goals.

  • Schedule your key tasks to reflect the time needed to complete them at your best energy times, so that you accurately plan their successful achievement.

  • Eliminate time wasters and drains on your energy, so you get the most out of every minute of the day.

  • Organize your work space and work tools to make the most of your time, so that you work efficiently on a day-to-day basis.

  • Avoid email overwhelm by implementing a system for managing your emails efficiently, so you don’t waste time on emails anymore.

  • Avoid social media overwhelm by being proactive and disciplined, so you save time and get greater results from your social media connections.

  • Recognize the effects of stress and identify your own signs and symptoms of stress, so you know what you need to address to prevent detrimental long-term effects.

  • Establish a balanced lifestyle that suits your circumstances, so you can live a more composed, stress-free life.

  • Use techniques to reduce stress at an early stage before it becomes  burnout, so you remain centered, calm, and healthy.

  • Consolidate and implement your learning and plan future action steps, so you can achieve the goals you set for this course.

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​Here's what you will cover in the ​PROGRAM

Introduction​...  You'll start out with an overview of the entire course and layout what you​ are ​to learn...  Now, you can jump in and get going!

​MODULE 1 – Identify Your Areas of Overwhelm...  Until you’re fully aware of your current situation, you can’t do anything to change it.  In Module 1, you​ will evaluate ​your current situation, so ​that you are aware of what the real, underlying issues you will need to address to bring about change.

​MODULE 2 - Manage Your Time for Maximum Productivity​...  When you’re overwhelmed, you aren’t as effective as you would like to be.  In the four lessons of this module, you’ll ​learn the techniques for organizing, prioritizing, and scheduling ​your to-do list... so ​that you can focus on the key actions that will move ​your business forward.

  • ​Lesson 1:  Prepare a Master List...  In Lesson 1, you'll ​find out how to get all pending tasks out of ​your head and divide them into manageable chunks... so that they free up thinking space and retake control.
  • Lesson 2:  Set Your Priorities...  In Lesson 2, you'll ​discover how to apply a simple prioritizing technique to ​your task list... so that ​you know where to focus ​your energy for maximum effect.
  • Lesson 3:  Reduce Your To-Do List...  In Lesson 3, you'll ​learn how to reduce the size of ​your to-do list by eliminating or delegating tasks... so ​that you can focus on the key tasks that will achieve your business goals.
  • Lesson 4:  Schedule for Maximum Productivity...  In Lesson 4, you'll ​learn how to schedule ​your key tasks to reflect the time needed to complete the tasks and their most productive times of day... so that ​you can accurately plan for success.

​MODULE 3 – Increase Your Efficiency...  Now, that you have ​dioscovers how to prioritize tasks and set up ​your schedule, ​you have already begun to take back control of ​your day, which is the first step to eliminating overwhelm.  In the four lessons in Module 3, you’ll ​learn techniques to run ​your everyday operations smoothly and efficiently, avoid time wasters, and deal with the continual flow of email and the lure of social media in a strategic way.

  • Lesson 1:  Set Limits and Boundaries...  In Lesson 1, you'll explore how to eliminate time wasters and drains on energy... so ​that you get the maximum out of every minute of the day.
  • Lesson 2:  Work Efficiently Every Day...  In Lesson 2, you'll ​find out how to organize ​your work space and work tools to make the most of ​your time... so that ​you can work more efficiently on a day-to-day basis.
  • Lesson 3:  Conquer Email Overwhelm...  In Lesson 3, you'll ​discover how to avoid email overwhelm by implementing a system for efficiently managing ​your emails... so ​that you don’t drown under a constant flood of email.
  • Lesson 4:  Manage Your Social Media Strategically... In Lesson 4, you'll ​find out how to avoid social media overwhelm by being proactive and disciplined... so ​that you save time and get greater results from ​your social media connection.

​MODULE 4 – Reduce Stress To Avoid Burnout...  How you handle stress will determine the long-term effects on your physical and mental health.  If you ignore stress over a long period of time, then you’ll be heading for burnout.  In the three lessons in Module 3, you’ll ​discover how to become more aware of ​your current level of stress and learn ways to deal with it and move towards a balanced lifestyle.

  • Lesson 1:  How Do You Know You’re Stressed?  In Lesson 1, you'll ​find out how to recognize the effects of stress and identify ​your own signs and symptoms... so ​that you know how big an issue it is now is and in the future.
  • Lesson 2:  Get Your Life and Your Work in Balance...  In Lesson 2, you'll ​learn guidelines ​ for establishing a balanced lifestyle that suits ​your circumstances... so ​that you can live a more composed, stress-free life.
  • Lesson 3:  Employ Tactics to Avoid Burnout... In Lesson 3, you'll ​learn techniques for reducing stress at an early stage before it becomes burnout... so ​that you​ remain centered, calm, and healthy.

M​ODULE 5 - Review and Refine...  In this final module, you’ll bring everything ​you have done in the course together, so that ​you have tools to eliminate overwhelm that ​you can use from now on. ​You'll consolidate ​your learning and plan future action steps, so ​that you can achieve the goals ​you set for this course.

​Let's recap what you will...

L​EARN the essential techniques and strategies to bring your overwhelm under control so you can once again breathe easily. 

​​DISCOVER how to plan, prioritize, and manage your workload effectively, how to find more precious hours in your day, and how to return to a balanced life where you can see your family and friends more often. 

FIND everything you need to take back control and eliminate overwhelm to become more productive and successful in future.

Learning is not a one-off process

Consider experiences you’ve had with learning something new, such as learning to tie your shoes or drive a car. You probably began by showing interest in the process, and after some struggling it became second nature.

These experiences were all part of the learning process, which can be described in the four stages:

  1. ​Unconscious incompetence:  This will likely be the easiest learning stage—you don’t know what you don’t know yet.  During this stage, a learner mainly shows interest in something or prepares for learning.  For example, if you wanted to learn how to dance, you might watch a video, talk to an instructor, or sign up for a future class. Stage 1 might not take long.

  2. ​​Conscious incompetence:  This stage can be the most difficult for learners, because you begin to register how much you need to learn—you know what you don’t know.  Think about the saying “It’s easier said than done.”  In stage 1 the learner only has to discuss or show interest in a new experience, but in stage 2, he or she begins to apply new skills that contribute to reaching the learning goal.  In the dance example above, you would now be learning basic dance steps. Successful completion of this stage relies on practice.

  3. Conscious competence:  You are beginning to master some parts of the learning goal and are feeling some confidence about what you do know.  For example, you might now be able to complete basic dance steps with few mistakes and without your instructor reminding you how to do them. Stage 3 requires skill repetition.

  4. Unconscious competence:  This is the final stage in which learners have successfully practiced and repeated the process they learned so many times that they can do it almost without thinking. At this point in your dancing, you might be able to apply your dance skills to a freestyle dance routine that you create yourself.

    However, to feel you are a “master” of a particular skill by the time you reach stage 4, you still need to practice constantly and reevaluate which stage you are in so you can keep learning.  For example, if you now felt confident in basic dance skills and could perform your own dance routine, perhaps you’d want to explore other kinds of dance, such as tango or swing.  That would return you to stage 1 or 2, but you might progress through the stages more quickly this time on account of the dance skills you acquired earlier.

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​​Here ​are the facts...

Most small business owners and self-employed entrepreneurs experience business overwhelm.  They have too much on their to do list and not enough time to get everything done.  And, they play multiple roles in their business, so their to-do list is always getting bigger.

Where does this overwhelm come from?

For most people in business, overwhelm is caused by things like:

  • Poor time management

  • Lack of clear priorities

  • Disorganized work spaces

  • Inefficient work processes

  • Limited options for delegating

And the effects of that overwhelm can be widespread.  It can:

  • Hurt your productivity

  • Hold back your progress

  • Sabotage your self-confidence

  • Increase your stress and anxiety levels

  • Suck the joy right out of your business

Business overwhelm also creeps into your personal life, affecting your relationships and your health.  And, while some people see overwhelm as an inevitable part of running your own business, it doesn't have to be that way.

There are simple strategies and tactics that will help you take back control of the time you spend in your business.

Here is ​what you get...

With our ​program​, you'll get all the training materials you need to learn ​how to avoid overwhelm and reduce stress.

This ​self-study, self-paced program is divided into 5 learning modules, with short lessons in each (to avoid overwhelm!), so that by the end of the course you'll be able to:

  • Identify the overwhelm issues you need to address.

  • Divide your many tasks into manageable chunks to free up thinking space and retake control.

  • Apply a simple prioritizing technique to deal with your most important tasks.

  • Reduce the size of your to-do list and focus on tasks that will achieve your business goals.

  • Schedule your key tasks for your best energy times, allowing enough time to complete them.

  • Eliminate time wasters and drains on your energy.

  • Organize your work space and work tools to work efficiently on a day-to-day basis.

  • Manage your emails efficiently.

  • Be proactive and disciplined with your social media.

  • Assess your work/life balance and set goals for a better balance.

  • Use techniques to reduce stress at an early stage before it becomes burnout.

This program will help you conquer a huge challenge that holds ​most entrepreneurs back from the business success and satisfaction they deserve.




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