From burnout to the big idea
Between designing and building websites, and communicating with clients, we didn’t have time to focus on other areas of our business. Hiring and scaling felt like a pipe dream. Things like accounting, bookkeeping, and general organization always came last-minute.
We were tested, day after day. Hard. The kind of hard that makes you want to throw your keyboard across the room.*
We really thought we could keep it up. Sure, things were working, but they were far from ideal. Four day work weeks were out of the question. And vacations? Don’t make us laugh.
If we really wanted to grow as both a team and business, we knew we had to make some serious changes. No more burning the midnight oil. No more ignoring our work just to respond to clients.