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My dear service provider, I get it…

  • You are tired of working TOO MUCH already trying to get everything done, but you have no idea how to fix it without losing clients.
  • Your income is capped by the number of hours YOU are available to work – and yet you want to make more money!
  • Potential clients keep knocking at your door, but you can’t possibly take on one more client or or project – there simply aren’t enough hours in the day!

When you do GREAT WORK for your clients it is inevitable – you will hit the bursting point

The BURSTING POINT is when you want to continue to grow your business but if you add one more thing to your plate you just might burst!

I’ve been there myself and as much as it’s great to busy, it can also be EXHAUSTING. The constant pressure to keep up, and to do it all on your own can start to feel like a burden.

Not to mention the FRUSTRATION. The frustration of having to turn clients away because you don’t have room for them. Of feeling trapped in work that you (secretly) wish you didn’t have to do anymore…

As challenging as it can feel, the bursting point is actually an AMAZING opportunity for you to explore how you can serve more clients, make more money and NOT add more work to your already full plate! (In fact, once you get through the bursting point you may have a lot less work on your plate.)

I work with my clients to help them navigate through and rise above the bursting point. We look at their packages and pricing – to ensure they are offering the ‘right’ thing at the right price. We work on building out their team so that they can increase their capacity to serve more clients. We expand their leadership ability so that they can bring the best of who they are to the table each day without wearing themselves out.

The world needs more of what you have to offer – let’s talk.

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