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Looking to increase your profit margins while working less? Join International Best-Selling Author, Business Coach, and Multiple 7-Figure Business Owner Stacy Tuschl to discover the systems and strategies that really work to get your business running like a Well-Oiled Operation. From building your dream team to systematizing and streamlining, you’ll learn the essential elements for creating a massively profitable business and hugely happy life. Whether you own brick and mortar or online busi ...
 
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Recessions. Whether we like it or not, these things do happen. And when a recession occurs… It could possibly change what your market needs. This isn’t entirely bad. In fact, a recession could open up a completely new client base for you. But let’s face it: You need to make some changes in order to weather a storm brought about by a recession. In t…
 
Welcome back! Today I am interviewing advertising executive, Jason Harris. Jason is a co founder and CEO of a 200 plus employee agency called Mekanism. They have worked with many well known brands such as Peloton and Ben and Jerrys. He is also a successful author, recently writing his book titled "The Soulful Art of Persuasion" where he speaks on h…
 
Clients that say they aren’t getting results are the ones that do the least amount of work. This is a fact. But many business owners assume that consuming content, training, and lessons will automatically mean they’re working. Clearly, that’s not the case. There is a clear distinction between consuming content and taking action. In this episode of …
 
Welcome back! Today I am interviewing powerhouse female founder, Ana Kraft. Ana is changing the game in her industry. She is the founder of Xena Footwear, footwear for women. Ana caters to a multitude of career women including manufacturing, engineering, construction, you name it and Ana has done it. Xena Footwear has now been endorsed by Tesla, Ge…
 
Today's episode is from our Maximizing Your Margins Challenge. I know you love your business. Of course you do! But you can love it and need a break from it. In fact, you should take breaks. What good is abundant wealth if you don’t have time to enjoy it? What good is time off if you’re struggling financially? Scaling is how you experience both tim…
 
Today's episode is from our Maximizing Your Margins Challenge. I know you love your business. Of course you do! But you can love it and need a break from it. In fact, you should take breaks. What good is abundant wealth if you don’t have time to enjoy it? What good is time off if you’re struggling financially? Scaling is how you experience both tim…
 
Today's episode is from our Maximizing Your Margins Challenge. I know you love your business. Of course you do! But you can love it and need a break from it. In fact, you should take breaks. What good is abundant wealth if you don’t have time to enjoy it? What good is time off if you’re struggling financially? Scaling is how you experience both tim…
 
Today's episode is from our Maximizing Your Margins Challenge. I know you love your business. Of course you do! But you can love it and need a break from it. In fact, you should take breaks. What good is abundant wealth if you don’t have time to enjoy it? What good is time off if you’re struggling financially? Scaling is how you experience both tim…
 
Today's episode is from our Maximizing Your Margins Challenge. I know you love your business. Of course you do! But you can love it and need a break from it. In fact, you should take breaks. What good is abundant wealth if you don’t have time to enjoy it? What good is time off if you’re struggling financially? Scaling is how you experience both tim…
 
Clients leave all the time. That’s an inevitability. But you can still make sure that they stay as long as possible in your business. Why bother? Well simply put… It’s a lot cheaper and easier to focus on loving existing clients… …than it is to work on attracting new ones. In this episode of the Foot Traffic Podcast, I discuss four ways you can cre…
 
Today I am interviewing Rhonda Moret from Elevated Diversity. I was so fortunate to be connected with Rhonda to go a little deeper on DEI (Diversity, Equity, Inclusion) and what that looks like in the workplace. Not only did I have the pleasure of picking her brain and witnessing her wealth of knowledge, but Rhonda will also be coming into our Well…
 
Entrepreneurship can feel very lonely. You might often find yourself carrying all the weight of your business on your shoulders. After all, you’re probably the one that cares the most about your business, right? While this may be true… I’ve got some good news for you: You don’t have to share the burden alone. There are ways in which you can get bet…
 
On today's podcast I am sitting down with Susie Tomenchok, who works with individuals and organizations to unleash their negotiation guru for increased professional success. She believes that when people learn how to use negotiation strategies every day, they create more opportunities and walk away with a win when it matters most. Susie learned neg…
 
Imagine having a brilliant idea. It sounds so great that you’re just sure it’s going to make your business exponentially better. Then what if you parked that idea. Let it simmer. Sleep on it. And brainstorm some more. What do you think would happen? In this episode of the Foot Traffic Podcast, I speak about how the Old Stacy would never let a brill…
 
On today's podcast, I sat down with New York Times Best Selling Author, Gretchen Rubin. Gretchen is one of today’s most influential and thought-provoking observers of happiness and human nature. She’s known for her ability to distill and convey complex ideas with humor and clarity, in a way that’s accessible to a wide audience. She’s been interview…
 
Do you want to get your money’s worth in your business? Then why aren’t you maximizing your contractor relationships? Most entrepreneurs have the tendency to cut their contractors some slack just because they are not full-time employees. Some even feel ashamed to demand more time from their contractors. But here’s the thing: That’s just wrong! Full…
 
The stages of business every entrepreneur works through, what they look and feel like and how to work through them. The final stage of business, predictable success, you can expect to reach if you make the conscious decision to work through the other stages and what you need to commit to in order to reach this level. The crucially important thing t…
 
We are about to change things up here at Foot Traffic, and I already know the kinds of reactions we are going to get. I’ve been in business for 20 years this month and over the years I have rebranded or up leveled my business many times. When I do, it definitely draws attention from current customers, past clients, and even potential clients that w…
 
How much money are you leaving on the table not following up with your best clients that are no longer with you? We recently got a new RV a year ago and we had slim pickings on getting a spot for Memorial Day weekend but thankfully found something. It was our first experience and we had nothing to compare it to so our overall impression was it was …
 
When you begin to delegate more tasks and responsibilities to your team you can easily become stumped as to what to give them to do. Today we’re talking about gaining clarity on your vision in a way that allows you to reverse engineer your long-term goals and break them down into smaller tasks. To grab the PDF download of an example of what this ha…
 
According to a Gallup poll, the cost of replacing an individual employee can range from one-half to two times the employee's annual salary. Today we’re talking about why it’s important to prioritize rewarding your employees and there’s a PDF download, dm me on Instagram @stacytuschl ‘REWARD’ to get the list of 20 Ways to Reward Your Employees I bet…
 
Avoiding conflict or difficult conversations with your team members isn’t going to magically make a situation better. In fact, the longer you put it off, the worse it’s going to get. With intentional communication strategies, you can let your team members know what needs to change in a caring and respectful way. Things aren’t always done in alignme…
 
You probably have certain consistent responsibilities for your team members. But when you think about those requirements are the tasks that they’re assigned sales-focused and clearly defined toward a specific goal? My guess is probably not. You and your leaders need to be setting goals by looking at your data. In today's episode, taken from our wee…
 
Especially as you are transferring responsibility to team members they won’t always do everything perfectly. Rather than doubting your decisions to delegate, you can see mistakes as a learning experience for everyone and a chance to increase your customer retention. We’ve all had the experience of being so frustrated by a business’s mistake that we…
 
Today we're talking all about how to test new marketing strategies (without tanking your results). There are three main reasons to be cautious about jumping on every new marketing strategy you hear. In today's episode, I'll tell you how I keep myself from getting tripped up with new strategies because of the three things I know about other entrepre…
 
When the economic outlook is unpredictable, it’s normal to feel like you need to make some big changes in your business to drastically increase your revenue and create a safety net. But you’re already overworked and creating a new income stream seems nearly impossible with everything you already have on your plate. Instead of doing more, you just n…
 
If you've ever wanted an insider's look at what it's like to be in one of our mastermind programs, this is an episode you won't want to miss. We just hosted one of our retreat events for our powerhouses so you can grab some visuals to go along with this info from our IG story highlights. We always get lots of inquiries when we share our retreats on…
 
I am so thrilled to share this episode with today's guest, CEO of the Wyld Agency and former Forbes contributor, Stephanie Burns. Having been featured in Forbes twice, I can speak to the power of credible press opportunities to increase your visibility. Fortunately, Stephanie has lots of insight to share with us on how important it is to get featur…
 
Becoming more productive really comes down to focus and clarity but with so many different things you could be working on, you’ll easily be pulled in too many directions. In today's episode, I'm sharing with you the ways you can start working more efficiently which will ultimately mean more time and financial freedom. Three tips to take away from t…
 
This episode with (fellow Midwest) entrepreneur extraordinaire, Jenna Kutcher has been a long time in the making. Getting on her calendar is challenging because she's pretty well-known for her discretion in how she uses her time and energy, which is exactly why I needed to pick her brain. With her new book, How Are You Really?, coming out in the ne…
 
If your Facebook ads aren't working the way they used to, you'll definitely want to listen in for this conversation with Dave Fink, who believes the best kept marketing secret is in your mailbox. As the CEO of Postie, a company reinventing direct mail for a digital world, Dave is bringing a wealth of knowledge to this episode about how small busine…
 
One of the biggest problems I see, is owners holding on to their business as a baby. You have to let your business grow up. You can’t keep it a baby forever. In today's episode, I’m teaching you how to let go of control through 4 phases of delegation. 3 key points to take away from today's training: A lack of consistency in decision-making creates …
 
Today I'm talking with Heather O'Donnell about the incredible growth and success she's had recently with her tutoring business, New Paltz Multi-sensory. She has so much to share when it comes to being in alignment with where you're meant to serve. She's a perfect example of how the success she's experiencing can be directly tied back to the decisio…
 
I hear all the time “my team can’t make decisions without me.” I always challenge the CEO to identify if that’s the real issue. Oftentimes it’s that they’re not ready to let go of control and are becoming the bottleneck for the team’s autonomy. It becomes so much easier to let go of control when you’ve gone through a specific decision-making proces…
 
Everyone gets into a funk now and then. If you find your negativity breeding more negativity, this will be exactly what you need as I share with you how to be who you need to be to the results you want. Many people don't know that I'm a certified coach through Brooke Castillo's life coach school. Because of my training as a life coach, the unique c…
 
We've all heard that you always want what you can't have. That's exactly the strategy your business can use to your advantage with exclusivity. In today's episode, I'm giving you four ways you can achieve exclusivity no matter what type of business you have. There are many advantages to exclusivity and within Foot Traffic we found that our programs…
 
Without an executive assistant on your team, you are leaving money on the table by doing all the things instead of only the right things. You thought you’d be further along in your business – more sales, more referrals, it seems like things should start to feel easier by now. But your brain never shuts off, you’re convinced you’re always forgetting…
 
You need to have an organization chart for your small business (even if you're still hiring). When everyone reports to you there is no way to keep the expectations and communication clear. You end up micromanaging and somehow it still seems like things aren’t getting done to your standards or your team is confused. Imagine having a maximum of two p…
 
Welcome back to the Foot Traffic podcast! Today we're talking all about entrepreneur burnout. First let me say, I've been a business owner for nearly 20 years. So of course I've experienced seasons of burnout. Does this mean it's okay? No. It does mean the conversation around it needs to be normalized. So that's exactly what I'm talking about here.…
 
This episode is my honest review of Tony Robbins' business mastery. It's been on my bucket list for a long time but I wasn't previously able to justify attending because it meant taking seven days away from my family. So when I had the chance to attend virtually, I jumped at it. In this episode, I'm giving my candid feedback about whether or not th…
 
Profit margin is definitely one of the factors you don’t want to overlook when it comes to running a successful and sustainable business. It can be confusing and overwhelming to figure out where to spend and invest and when to save. You want to feel good about making smart investments in your business that keep it running smoothly and allow for a h…
 
PR can be a confusing piece of the marketing puzzle, with many hurdles, and it often gets overlooked. But today's podcast guest, PR expert, Gloria Chou offers entrepreneurs a simple roadmap to utilizing the power of the press to get your work the attention it deserves. Gloria delivers some behind-the-scenes insight here that you can apply right awa…
 
You know I'm all about systems. But how do they relate to creating confident employees? That's exactly what I'm going to dive into in today's episode. This brilliant idea comes from a conference I attended recently. Even though I already implement so much system strategy, I chose to go to the systems breakout session because I always believe I can …
 
To really work efficiently and see the growth or even simply consistency you need to run a sustainable, profitable business, you absolutely need to set boundaries on your time and energy. So in today's episode, we’re talking about exactly How to Protect Your Time by Saying No (without sounding like a jerk). As a small business owner, you get a lot …
 
This one's for the parents. Balancing work and family life is never easy but somehow we have this idea that we will feel less "mom guilt" as an entrepreneur because we have more control over our schedules. Then reality sets in, you're busier than you thought you would be, and you find yourself questioning if you're spending enough time with them. I…
 
I've been an entrepreneur for almost 20 years and in the last few years, people are beginning to confess that as fellow business owners, they're struggling with their mental health. Even if you don't think you are, listen in to todays episode with Dr. John Delony as he reveals the different ways your mental health issues might be showing up in your…
 
It's possible to create company values that actually mean something and that can assist you in delegating responsibility to your team. Maybe you don’t have established company values or you don’t know how to use them for anything significant. You might have just grabbed some words that sounded good and put them together. Maybe your team isn't aware…
 
My evening routine as an entrepreneur, especially because I work from my home office, is essential to transitioning away from work and into family time at the end of the day. In today's episode, I'm sharing exactly what my evening routine looks like as I finish up work in a way that's proactive and prepares me for the next day. Three key elements o…
 
Stop micromanaging. It's truly a significant waste of your time and money. And yet so many small business owners find it difficult not to micromanage. In today's episode, I'm sharing with you exactly how your micromanaging is costing you and more importantly what you can do about it. I want to also say, if you find yourself micromanaging, don't be …
 
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