On today’s episode, I’m interviewing Stacy Tuschl, the founder of She’s Building Her Empire, about the growth of her business and how she does it all as a mom, an entrepreneur, and a studio owner.
Stacy Tuschl is the founder and creator of She’s Building Her Empire where she helps empower women to raise their standards in business and in life. Stacy started her first business in her parents’ backyard and turned her hobby into a 7 figure company she still runs today. Stacy is a podcaster, bestselling author, wife, and mom of 2.
In this episode you'll hear:
How Stacy took a simple backyard business and hobby and turned it into a million-dollar-a-year business that now runs itself and allows her to do all the fun things she enjoys day to day.
How she transitioned from her brick and mortar business and had such quick success in the online realm of business.
“I think I am very disciplined in the sense that not a lot of people want to wait...I don't think people are willing to put in the work, put in the time-- they want it tomorrow, but they really wanted it yesterday...But I realized that there are some things you need to do and put into place to really have the success you want to have.”
Stacy’s thoughts on what you really need to be disciplined and focused on during your first few months of business.
What kind of framework to put in place for yourself and for your business when it comes to investing and knowing when to invest.
“I'm just constantly learning and growing, and for me that's part of the fun. I love investing back in myself. I love just getting inspired to learn and do more. So, I think that eventually becomes your new norm in business.”
Stacy’s thoughts on courses, masterminds, and group coaching programs and what she tells her clients to look for.
Connect with Stacy over on her website: shesbuildingherempire.com
Join her online community at facebook.com/groups/shesbuildingherempire/
Follow Stacy on Instagram: @stacytuschl
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