Do you really WANT to scale your business? If you said yes… can I ask you why?? Maybe it feels like the natural next step because you’ve hit your first $100k and are making your way to $200k. Or maybe scaling is the focus of the coaching program you’ve graduated into. Or maybe it’s what your competitors are posting about in their BTS content so you’re getting on the scaling train too.
Did you see templates as a bonus in the last course or program that you invested in? Templates for marketing. Templates for hiring. Templates for your systems. Templates for your automations. Templates for just about every part of growing your business seem like the hottest thing to sell outright or include as a bonus in a course, group program, or masterclass. And I get why. Having a template means you can check off the boring, basic part of business and move on to the fun stuff that you actually want to do right? Right…
I know you’ve done amazing things to get your business to this point. And now you’re doing all the “right things” to grow your business. You’re doing all the things the big-name coaches are telling you to keep growing your business but...you STILL can’t step away from the business.
Growing a business takes action. And you see entrepreneurs everywhere are making moves in their business and showing you every step of the way how they show up for their lives feeling exhilarated and excited, launch with confidence every step of the way, sell their offers with certainty that you’ll have an amazing client experience, lean on their team to get sh*t done, and automate any and every part of their business and trust it will work. That might inspire you to take action… Action that might be messy and imperfect… OR it might also be nerve-wracking enough to stop you.
It’s a fact of business. At some point, you’re going to need to let go of someone on your team. It’s a scary moment and I nearly threw up the first time I had to do it in my business. I was so sure they were going to take it badly and they would freak out on me.
Between growing your audience, marketing, and delivering your work to your clients, how do you know when it’s time for you to prioritize your operations? It’s easy to pass over your operations because, well, growth is more fun and you get to create. But so many entrepreneurs come to me when the time to proactively build their ops foundation has passed.
Can I depend on my Virtual Assistant day-to-day? Will they do the job that I need them to do and will they do it at the quality I need? And will my VA be available when I need them? When the chips are down and I need help ASAP? If these are questions that are going through your mind when you think about hiring a VA, you’re not alone!
You know me, I’m all about having a team, delegating and outsourcing work so that you can work less, get better results and make more money. It’s a fact in growing a multi-6-figure business - you will need a team to do it. But I get it that sometimes it might feel like you’re not ready to hire your first (or next) assistant.
“How do I get more leads???” Is this a question you’ve been asking yourself? At every growth stage in my business, this has been a question, and chatting with other entrepreneurs, it comes up often. At this point, you might not know why you’re inconsistent because… ✔️ You’ve worked on your offers and messaging. ✔️ You’ve built your audience. ✔️ And you’re so successful when you sell…
You have to make a ton of decisions every day, all to grow your business and finally get the entrepreneurial freedom and flexibility you might dream about. Every day, you decide… What to offer – How to market – What content to produce – What client to serve first – How to reply to a prospect – When to follow up – Who to reply to next – What to post on social… It goes on and on and on…