If you are reading this, then that means you are interested in finding out about how to solve the problem of scaling to your next income level without sacrificing more time, energy, and your family for your business.
Your profitable business earns at least $500,000, $1,000,000 or more and is ready to expand to a new level of income.
Now it’s time to scale, to break through that next level of income —but how is that done?
You’re so crazy-busy that you don’t have enough freedom for yourself and your family. You go home and hardly have anything to talk about, because you’re always busy working on building your business.
Imagine if you could have the best of both worlds. Imagine taking vacations and completely unplugging from your business. Imagine measuring your performance by the number of free days you get to enjoy having fun with your family. Imagine measuring your success by the appreciation and love you receive from your family because you have the freedom to be with them when you want.
Most business owners that want to take their business to the next level run into a bottleneck and need to systemize before they can scale or risk becoming burned out.
Are you experiencing one of these problems now?
- You have more to do than you can handle
- You can’t control quality in every aspect of your business
- You don’t have any more time in your day to things that really matter
- You are disengaged and needs to be motivated
- You don’t have a clear picture of your future business
Most of all, you lack the understanding of how to grow your business without working more, so you work and wait and wait and work hoping for something positive to happen.
What’s worse is that you feel the need to say yes to every income opportunity and personally handle all major clients yourself. You need to wear many hats and so your days are full of distractions and endless problems to solve. You feel that you need an MBA to scale to the next level. And finally, you feel overwhelmed because you have to compete your way to the top.
These false assumptions are far from the truth and getting in the way of taking your business to the next level. You can’t get to 7+ figures or more in revenue from where you are now!
As entrepreneurs, we don’t realize that we fill at least three personalities competing for our attention. We are an entrepreneur, a manager and a operator all in one.
Each of those personalities conflict with the others—and those are only three that we play each day in our business. A lot of us have families and play many more.
But the biggest problem is that we started our business as a operator with specific skills and talents, so we and have a hard time letting go of those responsibilities in order to become an entrepreneur.
Recognize that you’re a builder
As a small business owner, you only devote about 10% of your time being the entrepreneur leading and growing the business, 20% managing your clients and team, and 70% doing the technical work.
The entrepreneurs who actually reach their stretch goals are the ones who have realized early on that they are technicians in their own business — and shift the emphasis to being an entrepreneur, to building their business.
Think of it this way: the CEO of an internet service company isn’t the accountant or a customer service specialist. She finds ways for the accountant and customer service team to do their jobs better and uses their skills to build a better business.
Imagine your future, in great detail
Building a detailed vision of your future is a crucial part of the solution because you have to build a bridge to your future business success. You just can’t get there from here without a clear vision and a strategic and measurable action plan.
…Imagine doubling your business income
…Imagine having a reliable team of people operating your business
…Imagine having systems, processes, and automations keeping your business operations smooth and predictable
…Imagine being free to express your creative genius, while your team manages everything else
Just imagine if!
How are you feeling? What are you doing differently?
People have trouble describing the differences in their lives and it’s no wonder—they haven’t envisioned what they want in their future. The simple step of picturing the future of your business will establish your ‘receptive mindset’. If you want to grow your business, you have to be open to it.
Your personal and business vision provides you with emotional alignment with your future desire so that you can overcome challenges and execute consistently. When tasks feel too big or overwhelming, you can overcome them by reconnecting with your vision. It is this emotional connection that provides you with the courage to keep moving ahead despite the difficulties so that you embrace your dreams and desires.
Making it happen
When I help entrepreneurs quickly scale their sales and cash flow, I start by helping them by broadening their perspective and see the big picture – we mind-map your future business and break it down into manageable steps.
Then we build that future vision and start carving out time during the week to work on your business development. Everything else is technical and part of you working in your business.
We also put the strategic planning and simple systems in place to handle this transition with ease and peace of mind. Throughout, we use something I call the Profitable Progression Productivity Planning System to accelerate change.
It starts off small, with a few hours per week focused on working on your business rather than in it, but gets big quickly. What you’re doing, in effect, is changing the role you play in your company. It’s this shift that’s going to stimulate the growth of sales and cash flow.
Just Ask Alice…
In less than six months, Alice went from working 12 hours per day to just 3 hours after we implemented her vision and plan.
Before she began implementing The Profitable Progression Productivity Planning System in her business, Alice was working 12 hour days. Within 6 months of using this framework, Alice shifted to working 3 hours a day and established a team to manage the operations and implementation. She implemented her vision and plan, and now has more time for herself and her family.
What you need to look for in a great business coach?
- Do they have a specific and proven communication strategy?
- Do they have a strategic system and structured program?
- Do you trust them?
- Do they inspire and motivate you?
- Do they support you in being guided by YOUR trusted Source?
- Do they have what you want in a specific area?
- Are they still relevant and current?
- Do they guarantee performance?
Next, pick a coach, roll up your sleeves and get to work!
Ready to take the next step?
The multi-million-dollar architecture needed to scale your business comes together when you have the foundational structures necessary to support where your business is GOING, rather than where it is currently. How much faster could your business grow if you had the best blueprint, plan and roadmap?
You’re not like anybody else and your business isn’t, either.
My job is to work with you one-on-one to understand your business and personal circumstances, help you visioneer your brilliant future, and to collaboratively develop the strategic systems, mindset, and step-by-step plan that will get you there. First, we need to find out if you and I are a good fit. Tell me about yourself and your business and we’ll take it from there.