Growth is Different at Each Stage, Right?
Startup Business owners have ideas, lots of ideas. One thing that you need if you're in this phase of business is paying customers. Paying customers validate that there is a market for the ideas you have for better products, services, and solutions.
You can learn more about the journey of Startups run by people who began where you might be now: eager to launch something into the marketplace but not quite sure how to take the first few steps.
When you're in the Business Builder stage, you have a lot of things working: you have customers or clients, products, staff, and more. You have fixed costs and payroll that has to be met each month. You have status meetings. You have planning meetings and lawyers to respond to threats.
You can learn more about the journey of Business Builders so you can learn how to manage the overwhelm rather than staying just a few steps ahead of it (much of the time).
At the Business Leader stage, you have a direct reports, senior managers, who manage teams and departments. You no longer dread the chaos because you've tamed it to a large degree, but something is missing, something that used to make it exciting, challenging, and even fun to come to work.
You can learn more about the journey of Business Leaders, so you can reconnect with the deeper, more satisfying rewards that you've earned by navigating your business through this stage and harvesting ALL the benefits that you've accrued, including those you have yet to discover.