It seems there are so many others out there, offering various 'quick fix' services, or even, the many webinars and e-courses aimed at people just like me! (us 'solopreneurs' as is one of the terms), but when it comes down to it, they are, of course, aiming to make more money. Not that that's a terrible thing at all (and is a necessary fact of this life and system we are in at present) and some of them are obviously excelling at it, but that should not affect YOU and what YOU do, is the key point.
By comparing yourself to all the others out there, who are doing something a bit similar to you, but seem to have all their shit together and be hugely successful while doing it, well, how will that help you, really? Sure, research into what's currently happening in your chosen field is great and a wise idea, but it's all too easy to get overwhelmed with the various routes you could take, and that's just for marketing alone: which online platforms should you focus on, should you host your own webinars, do you need to create your own funnel, etc etc etc. SO many options, that ultimately take away your time from doing the thing you love and why you set the business up in the first place. Just like running or fitness or any chosen goal in your life: the only person you should be comparing yourself to and aiming to 'beat' is YOURSELF, from yesterday, from last year, from last week...
Focus on doing what you love, and being YOU. It sounds corny but, seriously: be yourself: everyone else is already taken! Do things your way and do them brilliantly or to the best of your ability. With business, with new ventures, with training for events and running races!!
Don't beat yourself up for never completing your endless 'to-do list' too. You can only do what you can do. Accept that you will never, ever get everything done, and be happy and grateful for where you are right now.
However, some of these tasks may take precedence or conversely may have to go on hold at times: in the spirit of new adventures and of always learning, I have just commenced a Masters course that may take me on an entirely different path, or one that I can (hopefully) traverse simultaneously with my nutrition biz. I'm excited!! Although already spending Saturday nights reading and studying online. This, coupled with relocating/settling back into my favourite city, along with regular running training, has resulted in even less time for trying to 'fix' various tech issues and attempt to automate aspects of my business. Or even blog on time here. But hey-ho. That's ok. Like everything: progress not perfection!