Whether you only work 1:1 with clients like me, or run a group program, mastermind, or membership model, balancing capacity, delivery, and income goals is essential if you want sustainable success.
In fact, something I support many clients with as they’re growing to multi-six and seven figures is understanding how to manage their bandwidth so they preserve their passion and avoid wanting to burn it all down as they scale.
Join me in this bite-size biz lesson, and my unapologetic answer to one of your unapologetic questions in You Asked, I Answered: ONE Question to Hold and Serve More Clients Without Burning Out.
In Episode 144, we jam on:
why I recommend focusing on capacity over revenue when you’re looking to scale and one of the ways I see entrepreneurs unintentionally set themselves up for burnout.
how I’m able to work fewer hours than ever before with a fully booked roster and sustain being fully booked for over 4.5 years (and enjoy my life outside business).
the truth about maximizing your time and holding and serving more clients in any container, and why this has nothing to do with time management.
the essential mindset shift that allows you to expand your capacity and the framework I created to help you apply this thought process to your own business.
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Wishing you your version of success!
P.S. I love hearing your questions and knowing what’s most valuable for you. So, if you have ONE Question you want me to answer from my experience after seven years in business building my own booked out, multi-six-figure business and supporting clients to collective multi-millions, hit ‘reply’ and send it my way!
If your question is my wheelhouse, you might hear it on an upcoming You Asked, I Answered bite-size biz lesson and podcast episode.