If you’ve been in business for at least two years, you’ve got a few things figured out – you’re earning good money, you’ve got a steady stream of clients and referrals and have conquered the steep learning curve of your first years in business.
But there may be a few problems:
- You’re busy being busy, with very little time to focus on the big projects that you know will help set your business up better in future.
- You know you need to work more efficiently but your systems are patchy, out-of-date, or non-existent.
- It feels like you’re constantly putting out fires in your business, reacting and responding rather than delegating and leading.
- You’re making good money but can’t see how you can possibly make great money.
You’re ready to earn more and work less
This is something I hear a lot from business owners who want their life back.
We want to earn good money – great money even – but not at the expense of weekends and time spent with family and friends. I’m here to tell you from first-hand experience that you can earn more money and work fewer hours.
When I first started working for myself eight years ago, I said yes to everything. I charged $60 per hour and often made far less because I hadn’t correctly estimated how long a job would take. I don’t charge by the hour anymore. Nowadays, I work with my team to delegate effectively, freeing up my time to concentrate on what I’m best at, what I enjoy the most, and where I can help clients experience the biggest, most immediate effects.
I’m far more productive now than ever, sometimes earning up to $15,000 a month and still having time to pick up my kids from school and enjoy my weekends.
You can earn more while working less but it typically involves overhauling what you’re doing now: sometimes changing your business model, introducing premium products, perhaps dropping services, oftentimes raising your prices and occasionally, rebranding your business.
Here’s how I can help
Business coaching with me is, hands-down, the best method to amp up your earnings and earning potential while scaling down the hours you spend at the grindstone.
I’ve been told my coaching style is direct and opinionated (you’ve been warned!). But I’m also empathetic and supportive – I know exactly how challenging self-employment can be. There’s absolutely no point me dictating what you ‘must’ do – there’s no one ‘right way’ to do this. If you’re to build a sustainable business, then we need to uncover what you want, what unique strengths you can leverage to achieve this, and the particular cues that you can use to motivate yourself to get the right things done.
You’ll work hard, but you’re also more likely to have far more fun. I’m of the firm opinion that joy and celebration are essential to your productivity and your business’s bottom line.
If this sounds like music to your ears, then go check out my Hustle & Heart group business coaching program.