What is the Directing Stage?
The third and “final” stage for businesses is the Directing Stage.
You’ve surpassed six figures in annual revenue and are ready to embrace the CEO role.
You’ve got a profitable business, documented processes, and software that helps run your business.
The issue you’re facing now, is how to grow and expand from there.
- How do you successfully embrace the CEO role?
- How do you keep your team running smoothly?
- How do you launch products without going crazy every time?
- How do you make your life more enjoyable while making your business more profitable?
In this stage, you’re growing your team with true experts.
You’re delegating more and more of what you do to your team, so you can focus on what you love doing and what you’re good at.
You’re handing off business and project management to experts who make your business, life, and launches feel dreamy.
You’re working in your zone of genius.
You’re proud of the business you’ve built and you’ve got plenty of mental and emotional energy to be creative and inspired.
In the Directing Stage, it is time for you to embrace your CEO role.
Are you still thinking like an employee instead of a business owner?
It’s about time you pulled up your CEO pants and gave your attention to the work that needs your brilliant brains and visionary eyes…
And left the details to someone who geeks out over Google Drive and Asana.
You need strategy and support to organize your big ideas into tiny actions. Someone who can break down the possible into the doable. A bootcamp for the back-end of your business.
And as a Project Manager for six and seven-figure online business owners who have reached a dry-shampoo-for-survival point, I’ve been there and executed that.
I can help you:
- Map out launches or marketing campaigns into actionable tasks, deliverables, and milestones that prioritize your goals.
- Wrangle your team from phase one to phase done, so you meet your deadlines without drama.
- Create project plans that think 10 steps ahead of you with built-in buffers for those “oh-craps” that show up during the process.
And you know what that means? No more dropped balls, delayed launches, or MIA details!