You’ve reached capacity, now what?
Building your business requires different priorities, decisions and leadership at different stages of growth.
When you hit capacity, you need to put the brakes on and focus on building internal capacity. Internal capacity is processes and team members who can help you serve your clients and grow your business.
Ignore internal capacity building for too long, and you can break your business.
Hear how this agency owner focused on marketing and sales to get to $500K, the mistakes she made that almost broke her business and how she’s moving forward to a million.
In this episode of the Small But Mighty Agency:
- Finding the right partner to grow the business
- Lessons learned from being at capacity
- When to pump the breaks in your business so that it doesn’t break
- What not to do again when experiencing a growth spurt
- Building an account management team
Did you know that I have a coaching program called the Mighty Pod Model? You can get the Free Mighty Pod Model Cheat Sheet here: https://audreyjoykwan.com/resources
In the high touch program, we help our clients go from solopreneur to an agency model, so they gain more freedom by having a service business where client work isn’t dependent on them to scale
Maybe you started as a solopreneur with zero people in your business.
Eventually, you bring in an assistant and contractors, but you continue to hold onto the strategy and direct communication with your clients.
Before you know it, you’re at capacity.
So, what happens if you want to grow bigger?
Meet the Mighty Pod Model.
The Mighty Pod Model isn’t just a business model. It’s a high-touch coaching program that helps you go from solopreneur to agency owner with a profitable, streamlined and strategic roadmap.
If you’re feeling like the bottleneck in your service business, download our FREE Mighty Pod Model Cheat Sheet: https://audreyjoykwan.com/resources
Now it’s time to build your Small But Mighty Agency
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