Stacy Tuschl on Scaling for Growth in Life + Business
Running a business can be exhausting, but what if you could enjoy the journey without the burnout?
Today’s guest, my dear friend, and soul-sister Stacy Tuschl believes deeply that by growing our confidence, we can ignite our results and transform our businesses… starting right now.
Stacy Tuschl is a 3rd generation entrepreneur who started her first business at the age of 18 in her parents' backyard and turned that company into a 7 figure business she still runs today. Besides running her 2 performing arts academies in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Stacy has also been building her real estate portfolio and has been a landlord for over a decade.
She is a marketing strategist, bestselling author, and the creator of She’s Building Her Empire Podcast & Community, where she helps female entrepreneurs scale their business. She is a mom of 2 little girls and married to her husband, Kent.
We go deep in this episode full of monumental knowledge- so grab and pen and some paper because Stacy delivers actionable advice that you’re not going to want to forget.
In this Episode You’ll Learn:
All about today’s guest, Stacy Tuschl [ 0:45 ]
iTunes review of the week [ 2:15 ]
The journey that led Stacy to where she is today [ 5:30 ]
How Stacy achieves her goals [ 08:55 ]
We can navigate business and still stay present for the people we love [ 11:50 ]
How to navigate around the mom guilt [ 15:50 ]
The struggles Stacy has faced during her journey [ 17:45 ]
The structure of Stacy’s online business [ 19:30 ]
Stacy’s advice for building a team [ 20:40 ]
How you can look successful without feeling successful [ 24:20 ]
Stacy’s husband plays a supportive role in her businesses [ 27:55 ]
What motivates Stacy the most [ 31:00 ]
Stacy’s big vision for her business [ 36:45 ]
What Stacy would say to a former version of herself [ 41:05 ]
Advice for women who are building their own empires [ 44:35 ]
Soul Shifting Quotes:
“It took me three years to realize I had a business.”
“I have been building my businesses for sixteen years, one step at a time.”
“I had mom guilt from traveling too much. I was making up stories in my head.”
“What if I could enjoy the journey a lot more than I had been?”
“When building a team, find your right-hand person first.”
“It’s hard to break habits when you don’t know how to get out of it.”
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