Stacy Tuschl is a speaker, business coach, and the owner of The Academy of Performing Arts in Wisconsin. She is the author of the book “Is Your Business Worth Saving?” where she reveals proven strategies for pulling entrepreneurs out of a rut and launching them toward business success.

Are you ready to hear me coach a client LIVE on-air? If you’ve been enjoying my solo episodes, you will absolutely love these coaching calls. Now, today I am especially excited because we are talking to one of my past client’s Cameron! Cameron has recently gone through The Foot Traffic Formula and today we are talking all about team management, what we’re tolerating in our business and the boundaries we should be setting. In this coaching call I am sharing content I have never coached anyone on before and strategies I have never publicly talked about. Get ready for a value-packed episode and make sure to grab a pen and paper or something to take notes on because I know this coaching session will spark many ideas for you and your business!

“How can we truly build this up so you can focus on what you do best…” At minute 0:40, Cameron fills us in on her business and some of the challenges she wants to work through. We are talking about how entrepreneurs end up doing everything in our businesses and what kind of systems and organizational strategies can be put in place to take things off of our plate.

“Making sure everyone is on the same page is a little tricky …” At 13:02, we are talking about what feels heavy on her plate right now in her business. Plus, tips and strategies to manage a team and communicate effectively to make sure everyone is on the same page.

“We’ve got to let other people start taking ownership…” At minute 20:33, we’re diving into how we can easily portray our own voice and values but it doesn’t come across the same when someone else is doing it…let’s talk about a few ways to hold ourselves and our team members accountable.

“Nobody’s looking for me anymore…” At 28:44, Cameron asks me how my clients started to see me as I took steps back from my brick and mortar business and spending less time there and hear the one thing that separates her from her competitors (hint: she learned it in The Foot Traffic Formula!)

If you want to connect more with Cameron you can visit her website for her local business Destination Arts here! You can also find her on Instagram, @cameronligon!

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