3 clues it’s time
I hope you’re well and taking care of yourself.
Yesterday I was on a call with one of my private clients, Victoria.
When Victoria and I met, she’d been in business for several years, had spent quite a bit of money on coaching programs and she was really great at what she did.
No consistent revenue.
She and I started working together at this time last year, and today she has 40 clients paying her over $20,000 each.
Sounds fantastic, right?
It is. Yet she’s exhausted and always feeling overwhelmed 🙁
For 9 months now, she and I have been discussing how to build her team, yet she hasn’t been able to take action.
Here’s the problem. No matter how good you are at what you do. no matter how big your calling is, and no matter how much money you’re making (or not making), you’ll always hit a ceiling if you don’t learn how to build a team.
For this Friday’s Free Gift, I have a powerful short training video for you on When to Hire.
You may be jamming in your business like Victoria, or you may be just starting out, but either way, this principle is the KEY to your success.
With Victoria, it’s no longer a fear of how to pay for her team that is holding her back.
When you have a desire to reach more people and create more impact with your work, there are several shifts you have to make in your beliefs, combined with specific actions to get you there.
Building a team is crucial to creating impact, and it also provides you with time freedom and financial freedom.
This video is the first in a series that I developed to make the process of building your Rockstar Team (that pays for itself) easier.
Stay with me for the next few weeks to learn:
- When to hire,
- Who you need to hire and how to find them,
- How to hire (our Rockstar Team hiring formula makes this simple),
- When and how to fire painlessly, if your first hire doesn’t work out, and
- What an Org Chart is and why you need one.
Go here now to learn the 3 clues that will let you know if it’s time for you to start building your Rockstar Team today.
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