She couldn’t have predicted that the free, summertime dance program she hosted in her parents’ backyard would one day evolve into multiple 7-figure companies, a best-selling book, and a wildly popular business podcast. But it laid the foundation of learning to grow ‘real’ businesses at a profit and create assets that would last a lifetime.
Bestselling author, speaker, and founder of The Foot Traffic Formula, Stacy Tuschl has mastered the art of steady, strategic business growth and diversification by supporting one big priority with a multitude of revenue streams. By seamlessly incorporating small business opportunities into larger assets, Stacy has constructed a business empire that continues to expand and support brick-and-mortar businesses across the world.
On GlambitionRadio.com, Stacy shares the strategies that allow her to allocate precious energy and resources to business decisions that produce the best return — and make the most sense for long-term growth and impact — both personally and professionally.
On this week’s episode of #GlambitionRadio, you’ll hear:
* The ‘unsexy’ but powerful secrets that initiate massive business growth — and why you shouldn’t use them all at once
* The foolproof — and free — tool that ensures hiring staff for positions they’re inherently built for (you can’t afford to not give this a try…)
* How to reach a space of non-competition by avoiding ‘shiny object syndrome’ — and leveraging your unique expertise
* Why debunking this ‘default’ excuse reveals crucial client insights — and how to rally your team around the cause
I’ve been so impressed with Stacy since I had the honor of having her as a client last year, and I’m excited for you to hear some of her best advice and wisdom.
Head to Apple Podcasts now to listen to this episode of Glambition Radio (or download it for later).
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