I’m comfortable, I can treat myself and save for necessary life stuff.
I’m not totally unhappy, but it would be nice to feel more secure.
My parents are still helping me out—I don’t feel great about it.
Where do you want to be a year from now?
Launching my e-course to a big, engaged audience.
Getting my website/blog up and growing my email list.
Selling out of my products.
Being booked months in advance for my services.
What’s stopping you from making it a reality? (Select up to 3)
Imposter syndrome—what if people think I'm a phony?
There’s already other people doing what I want to do.
There's not enough hours in the day!
I don’t know where to start.
I can’t seem to break through my own glass ceiling.
More business growth would...
Turn my side hustle into full time job.
Give me the confidence to actually get started—set up the website, blog and email list!
Grow my income into something more sustainable so I can provide for my family.
Take my business and income to the next level. First class, here I come!
Why do you want more growth? (Select up to 2)
I want more freedom to spend time with my family, travel and live my life on my own terms.
I’m naturally competitive and want to see just how far I can go.
I want to create a movement that impacts hundreds, thousands of people.
I need more security for me and my family and to focus on stuff that brings me joy.
So I can stop working the 9-5 job I hate.
Let's Get Serious
You have the vision and love the idea of starting a business and living life on your own terms, but it's time to start taking that idea more seriously and drill down on exactly what it is you can bring to the world, and how you can grow it into a thriving business. No business owner knows all the answers when they first start, but having a clear vision of what you want to do, who you want to serve and how you're going to do it is necessary to get the ball rolling. If you're not sure what that is, keep dreaming, don't let go of the passion and the vision. If you believe it's yours, it will be. And, start focusing on what it is you can do to bring your magic to the world. A good place to start is to consider a 3 things:• something you're passionate about• something you're knowledgable about• something you can monetize
You're Nearly There!
You have the idea, the vision and you're well on your way to rocking your business, but there's still some areas you're a little hung up on and it's slowing your growth. You know you're capable of great things, but you still worry that people might see through you or think you're a phony. You have the vision, but doubts can sometimes creep in. Or, maybe you've got the vision and you feel super confident, but you're stuck because you can't figure out how to get your services or product in front of more people so that you can rely on consistent income each month and start really growing your business the way you envisioned it.This is a good spot to be, you know your business has legs—you've proven that by actually selling your product or service to real humans, but it's time to take things to the next level. Wahoo! But, where do I start?A few things to focus on: • niche down—you know who your audience is on a general level, but get deep on that—what struggles do they have? what kind of job do they work? what do they do in their spare time?• become the expert—no, this does not mean going back to school, but simply positioning yourself as an expert in the subject you're so passionate about• what IS working well in your business? how you can you replicate that or grow that aspect of it?
It's a Sure Thing!
You've already proven to yourself and those around you that you can run a successful business. You know your brand's purpose and are committed to your own personal growth and that of your business. You know your audience inside and out and can deliver exactly what they need without a second-thought. From the outside—you've got it all! But, maybe you feel like you've hit your own glass ceiling. Your income has plateaued and no matter what you do, you can't seem to break past it. Or, maybe you've got the itch to try something a little different, you know there's new ways you can help your audience, but it's scary to try something new. Like, why fix what isn't broken, right? To continue your own growth, you'll have to get uncomfortable sometimes. That might mean trying (and failing) at something new, but as a seasoned entrepreneur, you know that failing is never a bad thing, you learn so much in the process. Let me be the one to remind you—you've done this once before, and I know you can do it again! A few things to focus on:• how can you scale your business without adding more work to your own plate? Is a course or workshop in the future for you?• can you hire someone to take the things off your plate that you don't enjoy doing, or hire a pro to do something you're not super confident in?• your mindset—I've learned that success is far more about your mindset than your actual skillset—what work can you do with yourself to break through your own glass ceiling?