Got clients? Making money? And still, feel like your business is going nowhere?

Productivity Coach shows you how to get unstuck

Fabe Mitchell
7 min readJun 21, 2022


Photo by Tim Mossholder on Unsplash

The fault why you are stuck falls square at your feet.

Harsh I know. But the sooner we state the truth, the sooner you can overcome it.

In my experience as a serial entrepreneur, I have found that when I accept accountability for my own actions, it's easier to take the next step in my business. Addressing the person in the mirror is how your business will begin to move forward from where you are now.

You may have clients, be making money, and enjoy doing it, but things aren’t going exactly how you thought. So it feels like a cycle of sameness in your business. This dream you heard of freedom doesn’t seem real because all you do is work more and more. You think, were you sold snake oil?

Is your dream possible, or are you meant to be stuck with a cloud over your head never being able to take things to the next level?

I will let you in on something, while you do hold accountability, it isn’t all your fault. Because you haven’t been a business owner before, you looked to those more experienced than you for insight. And not all that glitters is gold when it comes to experts online.

So, let’s explore 3 core reasons why you’re stuck, and what you can do to get your productivity going in the right direction for consistent results. Not just client lead generation results, but solopreneur empire building.

If you so choose to read, implement, and make a practice of what I discuss below you’ll find clarity, peace, and an opportunity to make more money than you thought possible. At least, that's what happened to me.

Get Rich quick has ruined productivity

I have 3 income streams. Owner of a lawn business, my online business as a productivity coach/email strategies/writer, and real estate investing. Nothing about building wealth this way was quick. But after 7 years of doing this, the foundation for continued growth is strong.

As I saw Tim Denning say recently in one of his articles, “slow is fast.”



Fabe Mitchell

Write about marketing, business, & self improvement alongside your 9-5.