Jun 9, 2021
A lot of entrepreneurs make the mistake of creating a job for themselves rather than building a business. But you can’t grow to the next level if you’re trying to do it all yourself. And Leslie Hassler contends that with the right systems, you can work fewer hours and scale your business at the same time!
Leslie is the Business Strategist behind Your Biz Rules, a coaching practice that guides women-owned, service-based businesses into more profits, cashflow and success. Leveraging her 12-plus years of experience in business, finance and mindset, Leslie takes multiple six- and seven-figure business owners from cash-strapped and struggling to profitable and thriving with her proven Scaling Rich Method. Leslie’s work has been featured by the Texas Conference for Women, the National Association of Women Business Owners and Entrepreneur Magazine.
On this episode of Wickedly Smart Women, Leslie joins Anjel to share the top three reasons business owners find themselves cash-strapped and struggling, explaining why entrepreneurs can no longer be successful in a silo. She challenges us to transition from finding our value in doing the work to finding our value in making sure the work gets done. Listen in for Leslie’s insight on recapturing a spirit of experimentation in your business and learn how she can help you create strategic, scalable growth in a sustainable way.
The childhood experience that discouraged Leslie from pursuing entrepreneurship
The conversation-with-God moment when Leslie decided to start her own business as opposed to looking for another job
The top 3 reasons why business owners find themselves cash-strapped and struggling
Why you can no longer be successful in a silo
How to avoid the pitfall of creating a job for yourself rather than a business
The epiphany Leslie had when her company grew 25% despite a drastic reduction in her work hours
The case study of a client Leslie helped step away from her business for a month-long honeymoon
How to recapture a spirit of experimentation in your business
The two types of clients best suited to Leslie’s coaching and how she helps them recover the investment in her service
Leslie’s knack for creating change in a way that doesn’t feel like you’re changing anything
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