Begin as you mean to go on

Stop Trying To Scale Before You’re Ready


You need consistent revenue because it's going to cost you money. In order to scale, you're probably going to have to make an investment that's uncomfortable.

Episode Summary:

What are the things you need to have in place before you are ready to scale? I get requests all the time from people who are nowhere near ready to scale their business. In this episode I’m going to outline the top 5 essentials to get in order before you even think the word “scale.”

What You'll Learn in This Episode

  • [01:46] 1. You need a proven offer
  • [03:02] 2. Your messaging needs to be dialed in
  • [04:01] 3. You need consistent revenue
  • [04:48] 4. You need data, and it needs to be visible
  • [06:45] 5. You need a systemized back-end delivery process
  • [07:59] Summary
  • [10:02] WWKD: Reaching more people with small offers

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Kronda Adair

Kronda is the CEO of Karvel Digital, a digital marketing agency that helps mission-driven service-based business owners how to use content to sell so they can automate their marketing and scale without burnout. She loves empowering small business owners to not be intimidated by all this tech stuff. She's often covered in cats.