In this episode of the Well-Oiled Operations™ podcast, Stacy shares her business plan to hit $10 million in annual revenue next year. She emphasizes the importance of hiring the right people and having a solid team in place. 

Stacy discusses the key hires she has made, including a full-time internal director of marketing and a director of customer success. Stacy emphasizes the importance of cleaning up existing systems and making them more scalable. Stacy also mentions the importance of in-person events and how they contribute to client retention and results.

Also in this episode:

  • Hiring the right people and building a strong team is crucial for business growth.
  • Cleaning up existing systems and making them more scalable is essential for success.
  • In-person events can have a significant impact on client retention and results.


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About Stacy Tuschl And Well Oiled Operations™:

As a best selling author, speaker, and successful business owner, I empower small business owners to thrive. Through my Well-Oiled Operations™ approach, I assist entrepreneurs in attracting customers, increasing profits, and finding personal happiness. My proven process helps students overcome challenges, reach their full potential, and establish self-sustaining ventures—all while maintaining a balanced life. You shouldn’t sacrifice your well-being for your business; your business should enhance your life. I understand the worries and doubts you face, but trust me, your dreams can be realized. Let me guide you in transforming your local business into your ultimate vision, fostering tranquility, prosperity, and fulfillment.


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