BONUS: Sacrifice or Success? Two Options to Help You Scale Without Burning Out

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Think you need to sacrifice everything to have a successful business? You’re wrong.

When you get to a certain point in your business’ growth, sacrificing your relationships and your health is the worst thing you can do for your ongoing success.

We help you scale up without sacrificing everything or feeling overwhelmed. Today, I’m walking through our current programs so you can determine which one is the right fit for you. 

Episode Highlights:

  • 3:37 A coaching community with tools to help you scale up
  • 6:41 Building connections with established eCommerce entrepreneurs
  • 10:02 Accelerating your growth without adding more to your plate
  • 12:03 Expanding your network and keeping yourself accountable
  • 14:21 Where to go if you’re ready to level up in your business

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Apply for the July cohort of Intentional Wealth

I’m looking for a few specific people to join me for an accelerator-meets-mastermind starting July 7. This group is designed to help you lay the framework to double your income and double your free time over the next 12 months.

If you own an eCommerce business doing at least $500,000 a year, you consider yourself friendly and coachable, you’re sick and tired of doing it all yourself, and you want to boost your income and your time off, I want to speak to you.

The program sold out in 2 weeks last time, and we only have space for 30 business owners this July. 

Get all the details and apply here

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