We are in a very different landscape right now. Many businesses are struggling, some can’t DO business right now, others are watching their revenues decline. Let’ talk about the art of the pivot and how you can make changes to get your revenue and business back on track.
Networking events can be fabulous for your business, or a complete waste of time. And if you are an introvert, they can be torture. How to make it worth your while? Have a plan and a few tools under your belt.
Need some additional help? Download the Solo2CEO Networking Guide here
I’ve shared before that I’m a serial entrepreneur, with 4 successful businesses under my belt. And in hindsight, when I retrace my steps, there are 7 strategies that helped me scale my current business faster than I ever thought possible. Don’t let these things get lost in the shuffle of the everyday!
There are a lot of little things to consider when you’re starting to build your business, from cash flow to marketing strategies; all of these moving pieces can be a bit overwhelming for solopreneurs and new entrepreneurs. But if you step back from the overwhelm and make sure you are hitting these 7 strategies, it can keep your business on track for growth.
#1: Take steps to effective cash flow management.
Lots of new businesses face challenges when it comes to cash flow. But if you manage your money properly, you can avoid a lot of potential issues in the early years of running your business. I’m a big believer in the “Profit First” method of cash flow and accounting and have been using this in my business for the past year. Whether you have $100 dollars coming in monthly, or $100K, this technique will save you a lot of stress. Take a look at Mike Michalowicz’s site and learn more about the book and the method.
#2: Set goals for the first year of your business.
Goals are important no matter what type of business you’re starting. Set goals and start measuring from the get-go. Don’t just measure revenue and expenses, but measure how many cold calls you make, the size of your email list, how many connections you have on each of your social media platforms, how may networking events you attend. Set realistic goals in those categories, to keep you “out there” and visible, ultimately leading to more business.
#3. Technology is your friend. Use it well.
Technology can sometimes create distractions for small business owners. But if you choose the right tech, it can really make you more productive and enable you to accomplish yourself what it used to take an army of employees to do. We can’t all start out with every tool, but whatever you have, make sure you are using it optimally so you are getting all the business growing potential out of it.
I have created a list of the Ultimate Toolbox for every solopreneur and entrepreneur. Click below to download a copy.
#4: Always be list building.
I wish I had taken this more seriously in the very early stages of my business. Your email list will become your business lifeline as you use it to stay top of mind and engaged with both your customers and prospects. Make sure that most of the content you create is “sticky” with opportunities to register and download valuable content that you are providing for free. The earlier you can start an ongoing list building strategy, the healthier your business will be.
#5. Consistency is your most important growth lever.
Keep showing up. Whether it’s your weekly podcast, email newsletter, Facebook Live, IGTV, or networking events, maintain a consistent and predictable schedule. Your tribe and prospects will start to expect it, will become more engaged, and will start sharing your content with others. Your credibility will grow; you will be creating a body of content that is “bingeable.” Prospects will build trust in you faster (and therefore be willing to buy from you) the more bingeable you are. Don’t wait for “the muse to strike,” or that magic moment when you feel in the mood to create. Just do it. Weekly.
#6. Utilize video in your social media.
I REALLY fought this. I didn’t like how I looked on camera; I didn’t see myself as a media queen. But the changing social media algorithms forced me to change my mind. I saw that any video that I posted had at least 3 times the reach and engagement then graphics or just text. Lesson learned. Social media changes by the day, it seems, but the emphasis on video content has only getting stronger. Don’t wait another day to start using this tactic.
#7. Reduce expenses for your small business.
New businesses don’t usually have a ton of cash to work with. That means you need to keep expenses as low as possible when you’re just starting out. Start with FREE. Most platforms, or apps, or coaches provide free trials or free content that you can learn from, or put into practice in our business. Try them out, and see if it is something your business can really use. Only if the answer is yes should you invest.
We all have periods of time “between”. Between gigs, clients, meetings, launches, proposal sent and waiting for the response. You know that time. We also have “dither days”: days when we are sitting in front of the computer and not getting anything done. My Mom called that dithering.
Here are a few sneakily productive ways to use that time.
The best way out of solopreneur craziness is to create systems. What to do? Get your behind-the-scenes act together!
Create a content calendar
If consistency in posting or content creation isn’t your strong suit, create a social content calendar. Choose a daily focus and get ahead by batching your writing into a weekly time block. You can knock out an entire week in less than an hour. Trust me the hard part is thinking about what to post. If you do the thinking in advance, the rest is easy!
I have put together a sample Content Calendar that I have used in my business with much success to give you some inspiration. Download below.
Organize your stuff – electronic and paper
How much time do you waste looking for stuff? Clean out your inbox, scan those receipts, organize your Dropbox folders and files, and break out the label maker. Just start with your DESK if it is messy. Clutter of any kind can add to an inability to focus. Become an organizational ninja.
Create a new lead magnet
What’s one question your ideal audience has that will lead them into the deeper work you do? Write a blog post, create a short video, or develop a checklist. Give yourself a set amount of time to knock it out and get it done. Start using it to attract people to your community and build your email list.
Use this as CEO time.
What’s coming up in the next few weeks? Make a list of what you need to have ready and get it done early.
Update your KPIs. We can get sloppy about this, as we tend to look only at revenue and expenses. But there are so many other measures of success – how is your social media following growing, your email list growing? How many networking events did you attend, or Facebook Lives did you do? Every step of engagement ultimately will lead to an increase in business.
What questions do you get frequently? Write a canned response email that you can cut/paste or automate in your email sequence. Always creating custom proposals? Create a template. Got a process, new or old, that can be automated – create a template!
I could go on and on… What are some things you do in downtime? Tell me in the comments.
Every entrepreneur tells me that they are time-starved. My first thought is “are you a smart business owner, or just hard-working?
To me, it comes down to 4 key points:
- Value your time
- Leverage the strengths and time of others
- Implement passive income models into your business where you can
- Don’t be afraid of technology
Here are some thoughts on each of these:
Value Your Time: You need to set and limit your working hours. You probably run your business, so you can stay home with your family or have more freedom. Well, being a prisoner to your computer doesn’t do either of those things for you.
In addition, when you limit your work time, you are more productive. If you have only 3 hours to get work done, you’re more likely to stay focused and do what you need to do.
If you have set aside the whole day to work, you’ll probably slack off and hang out at Facebook, check your email and stats endlessly or find other distractions. Sorry to say – that’s NOT working.
Leverage The Strength & Time of Others: Don’t think of yourself as a solopreneur…think of yourself as a team. You can leverage the strength and time of others by:
- Outsourcing: Never try to do it all yourself! Partnering with others reaching the same target market as you (your competition doesn’t need to be your enemy!)
- Recruiting and training an affiliate force: Just setting up the software/system for your affiliate program isn’t enough…set up a stellar program instead.
- Being part of a mastermind group that shares business strategies and experiences. Stay tuned – ours is launching in September. Hope you can join us!
Implement Passive Income Models Into Your Business: Outsourcing and having your own well-managed affiliate program are ways to generate passive income. Other ways to add more passive income to your online business are:
- Join affiliate programs: You don’t have to fulfill all the orders and provide customer support.
- Backend Sales & Upsells: When someone is already going to buy from you once, they’re more likely to buy more. Make sure you make extra offers.
Embracing Technology: This one might be tough for some non-technical people. Honestly, I’m not very technical…but I do know that if I can automate something in my business, it saves me time and money.
Some uses of technology can include…but the possibilities are ENDLESS!
- Shopping carts
- Membership sites
- Automating content addition to your sites
- Making customer/prospect management easier and more profitable
- Customer feedback, comments, reviews
- Tracking advertising and split testing
So please, stop doing so much work! Your business, family, and friends will thank you for it!
One of the biggest fears of many solopreneurs is the whole idea of building a team and having to delegate work to others. Here is what I hear:
- I’m not good at delegating!
- I have had horrible results with people who work for me.
- I would feel out of control.
- No one will do the work as well or as fast as I can.
We have already talked about the necessity of building even a small team
if you are going to grow beyond your solopreneur status. So if growth is your plan, you will need to come to grips with whatever obstacles are in between you and building a team. Sooner, rather than later!
Some of my biggest mistakes in business have been around employees. In the early stages of my first business, I was anything but a stellar leader. One of my biggest hurdles early on was that I did not really understand what it meant to delegate. I either held on to the task, micromanaged, or cut the other person loose, assuming that all would go well. It never did.
As a leader, whenever you delegate a task, you need to make it clear what level of authority you are conferring to others to get the results you want. (I want to thank Michael Hyatt for this framework). I wish I had known all this early on and saved myself many mistakes. Here are the 5 levels of delegation:
Level 1: “Do exactly what I have asked you to do.” Don’t deviate from my instructions. I have already researched the options and determined what I want you to do.
Level 2: Research the topic and report back. We will discuss it, and then I will make the decision and tell you what I want you to do.
Level 3: Research the topic, outline the options and make a recommendation. Give me the pros and cons of each option, but tell me what you think we should do. If I agree with your decision, I will authorize you to move forward.
Level 4: Make a decision and then tell me what you did. I trust you to do the research, make the best decision you can, and then keep me in the loop. I don’t want to be surprised by someone else.
Level 5: Make whatever decision you think is best. No need to report back. I trust you completely. I know you will follow through. You have my full support.
My mistakes revolved around delegating level 3 or level 4 tasks to a staff member who was not equipped to exercise that level of responsibility. I learned over time to start an employee at the lower end of the levels until they have proved themselves and then move them up the ladder.
But many solopreneurs never get beyond level 1. They feel they have delegated a task, but haven’t really saved themselves much time OR taken themselves out of the equation. This is where the need to control or perfection paralysis is keeping them stuck.
It gets even worse. When you persistently micromanage staff at stage 1, you are harming your business. Why? The best team members actively seek opportunities to grow professionally. If you can’t provide it, they may decide to move on to another job where they have a chance to shine. Worse, the people that will stay are precisely the people that are never going to grow with your business or contribute to its success.
Take a moment to be honest with yourself about what stage you are on, and how you can start pushing yourself and your team to higher levels of delegation. It’s a process, but you will get better with practice!
Want to learn more about how to go from Solo2CEO? Learn more about my course here.
Let’s just say it: Most women entrepreneurs struggle with pricing. We adore helping others, but when it comes to asking for compensation for that help? We fumble.
Sometimes we charge too little out of fear, sometimes we position ourselves in a way that doesn’t show our true value, and sometimes we accidentally trap ourselves in a not-so-profitable business model.
Does this sound familiar? Most of the women I’ve worked with over the years are undercharging when we first start working together. I’ve found that we as women tend to default to being the helper and the nurturer. We undervalue ourselves and this leads to under charging. Let’s work on that!
Here are 3 mindset solutions that will give you the tools to start charging what you are worth:
#1: Watch your language.
Women entrepreneurs are just as susceptible as their clients when it comes to those persistent yet subtle mindset issues and traps. Time to do some house-cleaning and find the thoughts that are holding you back.
First of all, make sure you own a growth mindset rather than one that is fixed and set. Be aware of the possibility for growth in every area – especially those you consider yourself already an expert in, as well as the areas where you’re sure you will never be able to grow.
Dr. Carol Dweck talks about the importance of having a growth mindset in her powerful, ten-minute TED talk, “The Power of Believing That You Can Improve”.
She is applying it to the area of teaching children, but her observations and examples of the effect of changing negative messages with the two little words, “not yet,” is a potent reminder of the power of words.
You can apply a similar strategy to banish stubborn thoughts that keep you stuck by reframing negative self-talk that begins with statements like “I can never,” “I can’t,” “I’m no good at, etcetera, to: “How can I do this?”
In fact, you may have even given your own clients similar exercises! Now it’s time to sit down and do those exercises for yourself.
A growth mindset sees problems as challenges, where a fixed mindset sees them as the end of the road. Failure.
- Where in your own thinking, have you sabotaged yourself with fixed-mindset thinking?
- What fixed thoughts do you need to change back to a growth model?
- What do you find yourself still saying, “I can’t” to?
- Your answers will act as indicators to tell you where you need to do mindset work next.
#2: Own your expertise.
Imposter Syndrome (feeling like a fraud) is common for everyone once they step outside of their comfort zone. If you feel like a fraud, how can you even begin to charge higher prices?
If you find yourself regularly comparing yourself to others in your field, and coming up short, then the odds are good that you are letting Imposter Syndrome run your self-image. No wonder you are under charging!
Tackle this problem by becoming aware of self-talk that sneaks in to tell you that you are “less than” those around you. When you notice those thoughts, replace them with positive and true statements about your unique strengths. You know why you got into this business, so take time every day to remind yourself of those qualities.
#3: Shed your embarrassment about earning good money.
Somewhere along the line, we may have gotten the message that nice people don’t earn money. Or, are not rich. Or, should not ask to be paid. It’s usually one of those issues that you may have picked up in childhood which can be difficult to drop.
Some of us go so far as to impose our own money anxiety on our clients.
For example, you may be assuming that your prospect can’t possibly afford to pay the fees you would like to be charging. So you don’t charge that much in hopes of getting a “yes.” But really, you’re not a mind reader. You can’t possibly know what your prospect can afford, or is willing to pay, for your services. Don’t assume.
In fact, what your client can or can’t afford, is really none of your business. If you are providing value for your services, then price them accordingly. The right clients will say yes. The ones who don’t see and respect your value, won’t. It’s really that simple.
Is money, or the lack of it, keeping you from growing your business? There may be reasons other than cold hard cash that are holding you back. Join me for a class in Money Mastery to learn how to conquer the money issue.
But I can’t afford it!
It’s too expensive!
Maybe next year…
Sound familiar? I hear it all the time. In fact, it is one of the most common issues that female entrepreneurs face after finally getting their business off the ground. The transition from start-up to success means understanding this vital principle in business:
You can’t afford NOT to invest in your business.
If you are not investing money into your business, the fact is that money is holding you hostage. If you want to break free, you need to be ready to face the obstacles in your path between where you are now, and where you want to be.
Join me for a class on MONEY MASTERY:
Think you don’t have enough?
Does money work for you or do you work for money?
Do you see present expenditures as a value-add for your future business?
Do you spend money with purpose?
We will explore:
The 7 money blocks that are keeping you from growing and how to eliminate them.
How to start charging what you are worth.
How to get comfortable with sales.
Sources of money – It’s out there!
In the long run, it is costing you more to put off investing in your Biz. And, it isn’t just costing you dollars, it’s costing you peace of mind and freedom from the hamster wheel.
In other words, by missing opportunities to invest in your business now, your Biz is holding you hostage. Time to break free.
I have found that there are three major types of obstacles that hold many small business owners back from their true potential: Mindset, Resources, and Sales.
In order to thrive in business, you have to identify the mindset obstacles that are between you and success. This is true when it comes to money as well.
Risk Aversion: Does it feel like too much of a risk to invest in your business? You are not alone. Becoming comfortable with taking some risk is critical to identifying and taking advantage of great opportunities to grow your Biz.
Imposter Syndrome: It is very common for female entrepreneurs to harbor the deep-seated idea that they just aren’t good enough. As a result, they undervalue their services and are less likely to invest in themselves and their Biz.
Fear of Failure: Fear-based decision making of any kind is a big mistake. The ultimate irony is that when we make decisions based on fear, we almost always create the very thing we are most afraid of in our lives and our business.
Ready to conquer your Money Mindset issues? Sign up for my Mastering Money class today.
Resource obstacles come down to two basic questions: Where and How.
Where? The money is out there, you just need to know where to look. Once you make the decision to invest in your business so that you can achieve success and personal freedom from the daily grind, finding the money isn’t actually all that hard.
How? Of course, you also want to make sure you get the most bang for your buck. Knowing where to best invest your resources is the second resource obstacle that many new Biz owners struggle with.
Ready to put money to work for your Biz, but aren’t sure how or where to start? My Mastering Money class is for you.
Sales is the heart of generating revenue for your business whether you sell a product or provide valuable services. Getting comfortable with sales is an obstacle that many entrepreneurs don’t really want to face, but it is critical to growing any Biz.
My Mastering Money class will address why it is that sales can seem like the hardest part of growing your Biz, and what to do to get past this major block to growth.
You have refined your product or services. You have built up your customer or client base. You’re past the “start-up” phase, and well beyond the “break-even” point. You did it all by yourself.
Congratulations, your an amazing Solopreneur!
Meanwhile, you’re working a 60 hour work week. There is always MORE work to do. You can’t scale your biz because you can’t take on any more work. You haven’t had a vacation in over a year. And yet, your afraid to do anything differently, after all, everything you’re doing got you this far.
If something got you this far, then continuing to do something the same way is playing it safe… right?
In practice, giving in to your fear often feels like “playing it safe” and avoiding risk, but really this isn’t true. There is risk in fear-based decision making – the very real risk that you end up staying a Worker Bee forever.
Here’s the thing – Playing it safe feels like it is protecting you from failure, but in reality, it can actually cause failure.
Too many entrepreneurs, women, in particular, are letting fear cost them, big time. I see it all the time. And, it doesn’t have to be that way.
If you want to go from Solopreneuring to becoming a true CEO, it’s time to take a good hard look to see if fear-based decision making is standing between you and your entrepreneurial dreams.
Here’s what to look for:
Fear of Judgement
When you look at others in your sector, you have a tendency to compare yourself to them, and always seem to come up short. You sometimes feel like a fraud, and worse, you’re convinced that is what everyone else sees too.
Here’s what it looks like:
You were invited to showcase your wares at a local art show, but felt that the work of the other artists was much better than yours, so you declined.
You got a hot lead for a consulting job with a Fortune 500 company through a close contact but decided not to follow up on it because you were intimidated by the prestige of the client.
You have been charging the same rates for your coaching services for the last 3 years. You have so many clients that your schedule is constantly overbooked. Yet, you refuse to raise your rates because you feel like you might be “ripping off” your clients.
Here’s what it’s costing you:
Fear of judgement, a.k.a. Imposter Syndrome keeps you from reaching your full potential. It creates a sense of “less than” which translates into missed opportunities, undervaluing your work, and ultimately, a business model that flatlines.
Fear of Letting Go
This fear often takes the form of “No one else can do it as well as I can.” If you experience anxiety when it comes to delegating, outsourcing, or hiring decisions, then be on the lookout for this one.
Here’s what it looks like:
Your work week has become a never-ending daily grind. Most of the tasks you do are repetitive and monotonous. You’re starting to wonder if entrepreneurship is really that much different than a job.
You tried hiring a freelancer once, but she didn’t do the tasks in the same order as you did. You decided that only you can really do the data entry for your weekly sales, so now that three hours of weekly work is back on your schedule.
You haven’t had a real vacation since you started your business. You dream about a week at the beach, and the money is in the bank for the trip. But you fear that if you walk away from the day to day operations your biz will fall apart.
Here’s what it’s costing you:
Fear of letting go, a.k.a. Worker Bee Syndrome keeps you from scaling your business. You get trapped working in your business, not on your business. As long as you assign yourself the menial labor involved in running your business, you won’t be able to put the energy into growing your business.
And, fear of letting go means you don’t make the needed time for yourself to rest. You will eventually lose the passion that you brought to your biz in the first place. Burn out is coming if you don’t learn to let go.
Fear of Failure
When you are afraid of failure, you miss so many opportunities to invest in your business – critical for growth.
Here’s what it looks like:
You have done some research on small business loans, but refuse to pull the trigger even though the numbers look good. Meanwhile, your biz lacks the capital to make the jump to the next level.
You’re introduced to a business coach at a local lunch n’ learn for female entrepreneurs. You definitely hit it off and felt that she had something to offer you in terms of growing your business. Yet, you fail to follow up with her because you’re convinced your business isn’t ready to grow yet. Maybe next year…
Here’s what it’s costing you:
When fear of failure is holding you back, it usually shows up as a lack of willingness to invest in your business. It also keeps you from taking the risks you need to scale. In the end, fear of failure might seem like it is keeping you safe, but what it is really doing is keeping you stuck.
The Root Cause: Fear of Change
I have spent decades building successful businesses and helping others do the same. Many of my clients come to me as successful Solopreneurs. They have great ideas, plenty of vision, and a ton of work to do.
But, they are often afraid of change. They got this far with hard work, determination, and plenty of missed vacations. It must be working right?
Um, no. Just because it got you off the ground doesn’t mean it will take your business to the next level.
In order to go from Solo to CEO, you have to be ready to identify fear-based decision making, and decide to make a change – even if you think you’re not ready. It’s a mindset thing.
Round and round and round and round. Every day is starting to look the same. There’s money coming in, but just enough to keep the train running. Meanwhile, you are doing, doing, doing and there is no end in sight.
Welcome to the Hamster Wheel.
In some ways, it’s a relief to know that your product is in demand, or that your services are attracting clients. It’s better than those start-up days when you weren’t even sure you had something of real value to offer….right?
Not really. You had a job that was a daily grind, remember? You took a big gamble to start your own business because you already decided that the Hamster Wheel wasn’t how you wanted to live your life.
So, what’s the secret to getting off the Hamster Wheel and becoming a true CEO? Systems.
What’s a System?
A system is nothing more than a set of procedures, methods, or processes that take the thinking out of the regular tasks that keep your business running. Systems make you more efficient by reducing redundancy, automating certain work, as well as allowing you to hand off those tasks to someone else.
You can’t get off the Hamster Wheel by just not doing the work that needs doing. Obviously, your biz can’t run on wishes. But you CAN get off that wheel by making some changes to your overall processes. In other words, you need to build systems.
First, Identify Repetitive Tasks
It is time to set aside some time to sit back and look at the repetitive work you are doing every day (or once a week) to keep your business running. These are the tasks that are going to be ripe for applying systems to make your work more efficient, or to get them off your plate altogether.
Take a moment to think through your day (week) and make a list. Here are a few examples of what these kinds of tasks might look like:
- Taking weekly inventory and ordering supplies
- Answering questions from customers, often the same queries over and over
- Posting a weekly blog and associated social media advertising
- Lead generation tasks such as approaching local businesses about your corporate training program
- Daily, weekly, and monthly bookkeeping
- Client scheduling
The list goes on (and on and on). What does your list look like?
Take a look over the list you have made. Are there tasks that you are simply doing out of habit that really are not adding value to your business?
For example, maybe you have been spending a few hours a week messing around on Pinterest without much luck generating leads. On the other hand, you get plenty of conversions from your Instagram marketing. Maybe it’s time to cut your losses on Pinterest and free up your schedule in the process.
Another way to potentially eliminate tasks is to find ways to do an action once and for all, instead of 5 times a day. For example, say your customers keep asking you the same question about your product. Instead of answering it over and over, take 5 minutes to include the answer prominently in your product description.
I get it. Technology can be intimidating. You may need to face some anxiety and fear here – but the benefits are worth it.
There are a myriad of apps and programs out there which can save you time with everything from lead generation to inventory management. Many of them are free or come at a very low cost. In addition, they tend to be designed to be easy to use.
A few examples:
Constant Contact. This is a tool that helps you streamline your marketing efforts by merging your email, social media, and other lead generation platforms. You can do the work once, and it will blast your effort across all of your platforms. Plus, it will track your conversions to help you craft more effective campaigns in the future.
Less work for more impact…now that’s efficiency!
Google Drive: These days, Google is much more than a search engine. In fact, Google offers cloud-based technology that allows you to easily work collaboratively with others and sync your work up across platforms. Oh, and it’s free.
You can store files on Google Drive and invite others to collaborate – great for content creation. You can easily create a calendar and assign tasks to your team – great for working with freelancers. And, that’s just scratching the surface.
Sure, there is a learning curve with anything new. But these days there’s a Youtube video on just about everything. You got this!
Another way to automate tasks? Templates.
Do you find that some of your emails and other correspondence involve typing most of the same content over and over? That’s where templates come in.
Stop reinventing the wheel every time you send a thank you note to a new client. Instead, develop the basic text with some wiggle room to customize each thank you for that personal touch. Then most of your work is done with a simple copy and paste.
Here are some examples where templates really come in handy:
- Your professional bio in short, medium and long forms
- Emails for repetitive tasks such as invoicing, thank yous, lead generation, etc.
- Infographics and other design elements, in your brand’s colors, for use in various types of online content
- Advertising campaigns – Trust me, your customers won’t remember if you used the same image in a post from 6 months ago
PRO TIP: Keep all of your templates clearly labeled and in the same folder so you can find them in a snap when you need them.
I have said it before, and I will say it again: You can’t scale your business without a team.
What’s left on your list? Let me guess: A bunch of repetitive tasks you are not ready to let go of. Maybe it’s because you think no one else can do it right, or maybe it’s because you think you can’t afford to hire someone.
Either way, refusing to delegate will keep you on the Hamster Wheel. Period.
Think about how much time it would take you to train someone to do a specific repetitive task in order to get it off your plate. That small investment of your time upfront will lead to huge time savings in the long run. With the extra time you can actually start getting more of the strategic decision making done…you know…that stuff a true CEO does?
Think you can’t afford it? When it comes to growing your biz, you can’t afford not to!
Is it Time for a Coach?
Since you can’t scale your biz while you’re stuck drowning in the day to day operations of your business, you absolutely must get off the Hamster Wheel.
If you can’t seem to do it on your own, it’s a sure sign that you need another set of eyes on your business.
We all develop blind spots. If you have been solopreneuring for a while, you may have even accidentally created systems that are working to keep you locked into the daily grind. It may be time to get someone to take an objective look at your biz and identify the best ways to streamline it.
Every day you waste in the grind is a day you could have been growing your biz. Consider booking a Mini-Intensive with me today.