In this episode of Well-Oiled Operations, host Stacy Tuschl discusses the mindset and actions required to achieve CEO-level success and what it means to be a CEO vs Owner.
Stacy explores the importance of embodying the role of a CEO even before reaping its financial rewards. By focusing on delegation and building the right team, listeners will discover the path to exponential growth and increased income. The episode addresses common challenges faced by entrepreneurs, such as the fear of being honest with team members and the reluctance to let go of control. With a deep dive into the plan, people, and process, Stacy gives practical insights and strategies to systematize their businesses for success. Whether you're an operator, manager, leader, or owner, this episode offers valuable guidance to help you level up your business and achieve your financial goals.
Also in this episode:
- Why you have to act like a CEO before you get paid like one
- Honing in on your plan, your people, and your process
- Giving yourself a rating on where you are in your business right now
- The four levers of success
- The difference between leadership and ownership
- Why you need to think of your business as a boat
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About Stacy Tuschl And Well Oiled Operations:
I’m a best selling author and speaker, the owner of multiple 7-figure businesses and the creator of the Well-Oiled Operations™, where I help small business owners get more customers in their door, more profit in their pockets, and more happiness in their homes.
My in-depth process guides my students to break through their challenges, operate at their highest potential and create self-sustaining businesses—all without sacrificing their families or lifestyles. You shouldn’t be sacrificing your life for your business; your business should be supporting your life.
I know what it’s like to toss and turn at night over an expense, to wonder if you’ll ever make your dreams come true, and to look in the mirror and ask, “Is this business even worth it?”
And while I don’t know you personally, I can tell you the answer is “yes.” You had a vision of starting your own business and you had the courage to actually do it. But starting and running a business are two different things. Now that you’re up and running, I’m going to help you turn your local business into your dream business.
More calm and less chaos. More revenue and less stress.