Entrepreneurship is such an amazing journey to go through because you’re never stagnant.  You’re always growing. I would also have to say that the same goes for parenting.

I talk about in our Perfect Client Pipeline Training, the “Coaching Success Ladder”.  There’s 7 rungs of the ladder we all have to climb.

With the Success Ladder you not only have 7 rungs to climb, you have 3 major focus areas.

If your revenue is below $250K, the number one skill you have to develop is sales and marketing.

As your business grows and your business brings in $500K, your skill set needs to change. The second level is operations and systems.

When you start bringing in $1 million plus, the third and most important skill you need to develop is leadership.

For me, personally, one of the biggest lessons I’ve learned is that you need to be the passenger in your business, not the driver.  In other words, you want to think about how you can fire yourself from playing certain roles in your business.

This all comes down to leadership and this is something I’m currently working on with my team and share with you examples of how I’m doing that during this episode.

Remember, people will help you grow and people will keep you stuck. And when I refer to people, it always starts with you. You are the leader of the business and you set the tone. If there’s any problems with the business, always take responsibility for it.

If you want help growing your business, I invite you to go to workwithyuri.com to schedule a call with us.

In This Episode I discuss:

00:00 – 03:00 -Introducing Today’s Topic

03:00 – 12:00 – The 3 Skill Sets You Need To Develop

12:00 – 17:00 – Be The Passenger In Your Business, Not The Driver

17:00 – 20:00 – Recap And Wrap Up with Yuri


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What You Missed

In our last episode we talked about The One Trait Pros Have That Amateurs Don’t whether they’re professional athletes or business leaders.

When you think about it, we live in a world of instant gratification, so much so that if we don’t get results right away, we easily become frustrated and irritated.

And this is something that translates to business when you compare those who are new to building a business and those who have had their business for a while.

Someone who is new to business does not know what is involved to build something great and end up setting unrealistic expectations.

When you set unrealistic expectations you become disappointed and angry.

The one big thing I’ve learned as a parent and business owner, is that patience — practicing it and learning it, is essential to the success of your business and to your happiness.

If you missed this episode, you can catch it right here: The One Trait Pros Have That Amateurs Don’t