Have you always thought of income plateaus being a bad thing? Well, let’s talk about why that doesn’t have to be the case.
In today’s episode, I am talking to Tasha Booth, and we are talking all about those income plateaus. Tasha is an agency owner, coach and podcaster. She is the Founder and CEO of the Launch Guild which provides course launch support and digital marketing implementation to established coaches and course creators.
Additionally, she mentors virtual support pros and is the host of the How She Did That podcast where she shares weekly business and tech tips for virtual assistants, online business managers, and project managers.
I am so excited to have Tasha on this week’s episode to talk about the differences between good and bad income plateaus and how to break out when you’re in one.
- What an income plateau is
- The difference between positive and negative income plateaus
- Why you need to get to packages and stop charging hourly
- Using income plateaus to avoid burnout
- Creating time to spend on your own business
- How to break through income plateaus
- The importance of being consistent
I hope that we’ve convinced you to look at income plateaus a little differently going forward. Think about how you can plan strategic income plateaus into your own business to prevent burnout and create time to work on your business.
Don’t forget to check out my free training, How to Scale to Consistent $10K Months Without Hiring a Team by going to www.servescalesoar.com/free.
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Brandi Mowles: Today's episode, I am talking to Tasha Booth and we are talking all about those income plateau's, you know, when you hit that certain amount of money and you are just stuck there. But we're also talking about the good income plateau's. So this is not all about the negative. And if you're just starting out, don't leave me check this episode out.
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Brandi Mowles: Hey, hey, hey, Serve Scale Soar family, I am so excited because today I have a very special guest with me. I have Tasha and I have actually been on Tasha's podcast before I even had a membership, which is so crazy to think about. And now we are having her on our podcast. But I'm so excited about and we are talking all about income plateau's. So this is a really, really good one for your business, whether you're just starting out or you already have a successful business running and tort reform. Jump in. I would love for you to just tell my audience who you are as a person because it's not all business in here and then your business, of course.
Tasha Booth: Absolutely. Well, first of all, thank you so much for having me. I'm so excited to be here and talking about this with you. So I live in Tucson, Arizona, with my husband, Scott. We're actually moving soon to Albuquerque, New Mexico. He is Air Force. He's a major in the Air Force. And so we're moving for his job. But I'm super excited about the move. I also am a puppy mom to two adorable dogs and a step mom to two adorable girls 13 and 11 years old. And I love karaoke. That's something that you should know about me.
Brandi Mowles: Yeah, I am not a karaoke fan. I'm like the fun police.
Brandi Mowles: So I am not a fan.
Tasha Booth: I love I love you. Yeah. And then I'm on the business side. I own the launch. Gilb, which is of course a podcast launch agency, established coaches and course creators with all things launches and also system set ups and migrations. And then I also coach and mentor virtual assistants, online business managers and project managers on how to start, grow and build their businesses.
Brandi Mowles: I love that. I love that. And I love that your agency is so niched down and what you do. Well, I'm all about getting it down and I love that y'all are so specific. And of course I love my launches, so I love doing that.
Tasha Booth: We love our launches too.
Brandi Mowles: So before we jump into the income plateau, I did not realize you once. I was reading your bio. I did, but for some reason I didn't put it together before that you are a military wife and so can you tell me about like how you started your business? Was it because your husband and you were moving around or did that play a part in it?
Tasha Booth: Yeah, it definitely played some part in it, not as much as other Air Force or military wives that I've seen before. But I did. I was really lucky that when we moved from Albuquerque to Tucson, we were in Albuquerque before we were here in Tucson, that when we moved, I actually was able to move my job at the YMCA as an executive director for TI YMCA for their health and wellbeing programs. And it just so happens that the same job opened up in Tucson as we were moving. So I was able to move my job and move it really easily. But what I found was that, like in your income, basically plateau's, we're going to be talking about that. But your income definitely plateaus when you are in a nonprofit or even just a corporate. So I kind of started my job with, number one, the understanding that I knew that like we had a deadline and that we were going to be moving somewhere else in the country. And like, I was going to have to start all over again when we did that, but also just wanting more income for me and my family.
Brandi Mowles: So when did you start your business and did you know going into it that you wanted an agency?
Tasha Booth: No? So I'll answer your first your second question first. I definitely didn't know that I wanted the agency. I started in late twenty sixteen and then started full time in twenty eighteen. But like I was transitioning to full time like most of twenty seventeen and I decided that I wanted an agency because as a virtual assistant. So I started out as a solo career and as a VA, I was getting so many clients that were coaches and course creators and I loved the tech pieces. I love the strategy of it. But I knew that I couldn't be everything that they needed. Right. I couldn't be their Facebook strategist and their copywriter and their social media person, all of the things that they need for a launch. And so my thought was, why not create an agency where we can have experts who can do all of those things and work together as a cohesive unit. So I was probably early twenty eighteen that I decided to go the agency route.
Brandi Mowles: Ok, perfect. So do you mind me asking I now you do mind me.
Tasha Booth: I know.
Brandi Mowles: How much are you making per month before you took on like your first subcontractor?
Tasha Booth: I took on my first subcontractor when I was making around eight thousand a month.
Brandi Mowles: Ok, so that's the answer I was hoping for. But this is what I love about us is like you are like full agency model, like scale with a profitable agency. And I'm over here like scale without hiring a team, without an agency. But the thing that I love about you is that you waited till you had that consistent income. The eight thousand I think that's the big thing is people jump into agency model when they're making like two thousand dollars a month and you just don't have the profit margins to run an agency at that point. So I think that's the big disconnect is people, I'm not against hiring the team. I have a full team, but I am against people jumping in before they're actually ready for that.
Tasha Booth: I totally agree. I have so many people come to me and they're like, I want to start an agency. I'm like, awesome. Tell me about your business. And I don't have a business yet. I just want to skip that part and just started agency. And I'm like, no, that's not the way that it works because there's so much that you learn as you're going and as a often you are. And also like you were talking about with that profit margin that just doesn't come overnight. And having an agency is a totally different thing than being sold for yourself.
Brandi Mowles: Ok, perfect. Now don't. So you answer all my questions that I wanted to know, but now the listeners are tuning in because they want to know about income plateau. So tell us what is an income plateau?
Tasha Booth: Yeah. So the first thing I want everybody to know is that income plateaus are not necessarily bad things. I think that when we think of a plateau, we think of like, oh, it's a dirge. Like I'm not getting where I want to be. Right. So an income plateau can be something that is built into your business, because a lot of times what I see is that people are growing and growing and growing, which feels like a good thing until the wheels start falling off the bus. So if we are strategic about where we put our income plateaus, it can actually work for our business. We can put those safeguards in so that as we're growing, we also have time where we stop, we reevaluate our pricing, our packages, we reevaluate things like our teams and our systems and make sure that everything's working cohesively so that when we're ready to climb into scale again, it's not a mess. And so that is a good income plateau. A bad income plateau is when you feel like you're doing the right things or feel like you're doing the things that you're supposed to be doing and your income is not growing and you have a goal of growing that and are trying to be strategic and growing that. And it's not happening for you. So those are the differences in income plateaus. The way that I describe them.
Brandi Mowles: I love that because I think about it wasn't really a plateau. But when I was looking to go from six thousand dollars a month to scale, I had to back down to four thousand. So I opened up that room to create the systems and to learn a new CEO Facebook ads in order to have that growth. So I tell people, like slowing down isn't a bad thing, but it does become a bad thing when you want to grow and you just can't.
Brandi Mowles: So when do people you work with a lot of like service providers? So when do you usually see, like, the bad income plateau's happen?
Tasha Booth: Yeah, so I usually see the bad income plateau's happen when there is a disconnect. And that disconnect happens in three different ways. Number one, marketing and visibility. So they have kind of outgrown what they can do in terms of growing their business with just word of mouth or just the people that know them more intimately. Right. So like friends, family, that sort of thing. Number two capacity. So they like they literally don't have any more hours left in the day to be able to work and to have more client availability. And the number three skill building. So they don't have they maybe have a skill that isn't as marketable on a higher level, like Facebook ads or copywriting or social media or something. That is their specific specialty for them as a service provider, that fewer people have that as a skill. Those are usually the three places where most of the time when people are having income plateaus and like I look at or I ask them to evaluate what's going on in their business, it's usually one of those three things or a combination thereof.
Brandi Mowles: So if I came to you and I said, like, I'm like super stuck and it's my pricing, I feel like it's my pricing. Are these people usually charging hourly or are they on packages? Is it like a mixture?
Tasha Booth: Yeah, it's a great question. So it's usually that they're charging hourly and as we know, like there's only a certain number of hours in the day. Right. So even if we were to, let's say, max out our we get 40 hours, eventually you're going to be about 40 hours if you're really good at what you do. And you can either charge more per hour or you can change your pricing to not hourly anymore. If you charge more per hour than like probably six months down the road, we're going to be having this conversation again. Right. And eventually, normally we get to a place where the market just decides, like there's a tipping point. They're not going to pay more than like the however many dollars per hour that you're charging.
Brandi Mowles: Yeah, I love that, because I always I'm like, if you're charging hourly, you're like penalizing yourself. You can never get better at your craft because if you get better, you actually take a pay cut. It's crazy not to be on those packages. Yeah, I use this I use the same example with everybody, with all my students.
Brandi Mowles: So the lesson in here, guys, is get the ASAP stop charging hourly. So, OK, perfect. So we're. You usually see people experience the good plateaus in their business.
Tasha Booth: So the good plateaus in their business are what business owners that are savvy about how they are building their business and intentional about how they live, how they're building their business. That's when we have good income plateaus. So, for example, at the launch guild, every probably I would say four months, we kind of slow the boat down and I'll go on our website. And even if we have the capacity to maybe take on a couple more clients, I'll move that our reCAPTCHA form to the next month or the two months from now and like open up a wait list of some sort. And the reason for that is that gives us the opportunity to once again, like I said, look at our systems and figure out like talk to my team and say, OK, what's working, what needs to be better in terms of things. And it also gives me the ability to just allow for a break. Right. So when we're not allowing for those natural breaks and we're we're constantly going up, it's also usually that place where we start to burn out. And so we want to look for the opportunities like is it maybe the summer? And you don't want to don't want to work as much. So you can basically put those income plateaus in strategic places to kind of slow yourself down, even if you feel like you could keep your foot on the gas.
Brandi Mowles: I love that because I feel that white space like space in our calendar and I am the queen of not having white space and I don't wear that as a badge of honor. It is a work in progress made, too. Yes, I love that. We all need a little bit more white space, but I know people are thinking, OK, but if I push out my calendar that I'm not making as much or if I'm not growing and that feels really heavy. So what would your response to them be?
Tasha Booth: Yeah, and I think that it's an opportunity for you to do your business in a different way so that when you come back, you come back stronger. And I'm not saying like you need to let go of all your clients for two months. Like, that's not even like continuing with what you have. So if you're already making eight thousand, just be OK with that eight thousand for a couple of months. Draw up your systems, maybe learn some new new techniques or maybe learn some new systems that you could use, create a new high ticket offer rate, increase your prices, do those things when you have the space because you're not actively pursuing and taking on new clients. And then when you come back, you have new pricing. So now you don't need to work as much for making the same amount. You have some new offers for some new clients and it normally ninety nine point nine percent of the time ends up working in your favor to the point of where once again, in another four to six months, you're probably going to have to do the same thing and reevaluate that next level of your business.
Brandi Mowles: I love this because I can think about every time I've taken a step back in my business and just had some breathing room to come back so much stronger. And that's me as a solo partner, because even all as we're doing this, my Facebook business is just me, the course membership, that is the whole team. But as so, this works with agency models. It works if you're just by yourself. And I think about it every time I just take a little breather, it's like we have time to think about the holes, like what systems need to be replaced. Where can I show up better marketing? How can I, like, really scale this business? What am I passionate about? I talk about working from your happiness level all the time, and if you're always on the gas, you are not happy. There is no your way. Can you be happy?
Brandi Mowles: And I love the part that you set about, like the vision, like figuring out what your vision is and what you really want for the next level. I'm a huge advocate of having CEO built into your business and built into your business model, because as service providers we work so hard on our clients businesses and we so often forget about our own businesses. And then what ends up happening is like our clients have awesome businesses and a year from now we're like we've always mine the same. Right. And a lot of times it's just that you didn't make a decision to focus on what needed to be focused on in your business. So building in those times and those seasons to not take on as many clients, to relax in some ways and hit that plateau on purpose allows you the time in the space to be able to be like, OK, well, what do I want this to look like? Right.
Brandi Mowles: I love that. So you have CEO days. I can't get them done days though. What are you doing these weekly. Monthly. What is yours look like?
Tasha Booth: Yeah. So mine are Mondays and Fridays and I think it's a combination of like a CEO day and to get them done day. So what I like to do is on Mondays because Monday, like I've already taken the weekend, I come back really fresh. That's my content creation day. But it's also just internally to do any internal things in terms of like project management internally for any new programs that I'm starting or anything like that. And then Fridays usually I use for. Looking at what needs to be planned for the following week and looking at the metrics and figuring out what we need to do differently or what's working really well in terms of metrics. So, yeah, I kind of like to bookend those.
Brandi Mowles: Ok, so as the queen of gas, our pedal to the metal, whatever it is, you will be happy to hear this. But I have officially been taking off Fridays by not working Friday, so I work 40 work week. So we do get on down days. It is once a month in my soaring inner circle mastermind. And it's a day that you are not allowed to touch your clients. Anything like you are not allowed to ask me questions about clients. You are not allowed to touch your client or it's about focusing on those things that you're super passionate about. So if that's creating a course group, coaching, like whatever you want to do, or maybe it's just a course you want to go through that you haven't had time to do, we set those days aside and called get them done days. And those are all three days that I participate in once a month as well.
Tasha Booth: Yeah, I love that we do something similar. We do twice a month working with with families. And my only rule for them is like, you cannot bring client work like it needs to be that you're working intentionally in your business. Right. And on your business instead of client business.
Brandi Mowles: I love that. I love it. OK, do you have any final thoughts on I want to shift gears just a little bit, but do you have any final thoughts on these income? Oh, I guess we need to talk about how do you break through these I.
Tasha Booth: Yeah. So if it's a marketing, like, let's break down the three different kinds of inkblots of three reasons normally. Right. So if it's a marketing and visibility thing, where are you showing up and how are you showing up. Right. If you are not showing up as the business owner and letting people know who you are, what you do and who you serve, then you have a really expensive hobby. It sounds harsh, but that's what it is. And so I think a lot of times, especially what I see in service providers, is that we're so used to being in the background that we forget that that works when we're working in our clients businesses, but not one where the CEO of our own business. So we need to step out from the shadows and decide how do I want to show up and where do I want to show up and be intentional about that, be consistent about your visibility and your marketing strategy. And it's not that you have to spend hours per day on it, but is that your clients, your ideal clients need to know where they can find you and that you're going to show up consistently on those those channels and those modalities. And I think when when that happens, like it's not an overnight thing, but definitely a clicks. I was talking to one of the ladies that's in one of my programs. She started as a VA probably about a year ago at this point. And she kept saying to me, Tasha, this isn't working like you're telling me. It's like going to Facebook groups to talk to people like Post on my social media. It's not working. I was like, how long has it? This is like two weeks. So I'm like, how about you try like two months and then come back and buy that two month mark? People started, like, connecting with her and seeing her know, seeing social media channels and everything to make sure that you're doing the right things and being consistent. So that's the first one.
Brandi Mowles: Real quick, I think that that I think it's so important that we address that it is a process because we implemented inside Serve Scale Soar, we implemented a 30 day I call them marketing minutes. So it's just we'll link up the episode of active versus passive marketing, but I call it marketing minutes. So we have the 30 day challenge and people see a lot of people drop out after like 15 days. And it's the people that get to the 30 that have so much momentum that once they hit like thirty five forty, they're like booked out with clients. A lot of people are just like they don't want to continue doing the part. That's not fun. It's not the sexy part. It's not. And so they drop out. And I think that's so important that you just like that. And I just wanted to emphasize that to everyone. Like, it doesn't happen overnight.
Tasha Booth: It doesn't. And I'll tell you this other story real quick. So I had another client in April and she was like she had dried up on discovery calls, like she did not have a good pipeline of discovery calls coming in. And I said, OK, we're going to go. One hundred and fifty percent in your task in April is to reach out to one hundred people. And I don't mean just like to have a conversation or comment on somebody's Facebook something. I want you to reach out. I want you to get them in DMs. I want you to start conversations with one hundred people. And she was like, this is a lot, but I'll do it. And now she's her pipelines back up. She's a twenty to thirty. Discovery calls her mom because she's she did that work back in April and she starting to see the fruits of their labor now a couple of months later.
Brandi Mowles: I love that. Ok, so take me to step two.
Tasha Booth: OK, so capacity. So we kind of already talked about this, but when it's a capacity issue, you either need to raise rates, right, because clearly, if you're at capacity, you're good at what you do. And so if people are going to pay you, let's say, twenty five dollars an hour, they're probably going to there's going to be people that will pay you thirty five dollars an hour. So raise your rates and or change the packages where you are compensated for the deliverables and the excellence that you provide instead of being a person in a seat at a desk for a certain amount of time. Right. Because that's what really the majority of our clients care about, the care that we're doing. Excellent work. They don't care how long it takes us. So make sure that you are pricing yourself accordingly for that. So that's number two. And the number three is skill building. So sometimes in the skill building one, this has to do with imposter syndrome sometimes. Right. So we just need to own and accept that we are experts in what we're doing and charge accordingly for it. Other times it's a matter of we need to go get a course on Facebook ads or social media management, and we need to learn that skill and perfected and become excellent at it. So then we could then charge a premium for that service. So I think in the skill level, I think, first of all, we're we should always be learning, but sometimes it's a matter of, OK, my income is slow down right now. This is an opportunity to learn a new skill and to do something that not everybody and their mother is doing and increase my capacity, be able to charge for it also.
Brandi Mowles: And I think the other part of this that's so important, by the way, if anyone needs a Facebook and manager course, I know a great one got reasons for clients. But I also think that it's really important that sometimes we think that we're going to solve our problems by purchasing a course and nine out of 10 times. It's not the course that solves the problem. It's like us. There are times like Facebook ads, if you don't know how to run Facebook and you got to take a course to learn how to do that. But then there's things like social media management. Don't go out and buy every single like social media management course. You probably already have the skills inside of you because you've been running your own, you've been running clients. You don't need certifications to be an IBM or anything like that. Like more likely than not, you care way more about that certification than any of your clients do. One hundred percent. A hundred percent. And you work with OBM. So tell me about that, because I am very passionate about how and I don't know your take on this, but I like you do not need a certification that.
Tasha Booth: No, I agree that you don't need a certification. I haven't got ABM's on my team have a certification and the other half don't. And it's really more I want them to show me that they have the skills to do what we need them to do, that they can create an amazing project, project plan. And so if they're not a certified OBM, it's not like a doing off off of their potential getting to work with the launch. Gilb, I will say that I feel similarly to you that I think often the people that need it, and I'm saying this in air quotes, but neither certification, it's for them to feel good and and feel like they know enough. And what I found is that even after they still don't feel like they know enough, you know what I mean?
Brandi Mowles: Right. So the only time and I'll preface this because we went back and forth and I'm saying this, but don't hold me to it. We've been back and forth about doing a certification for conversions for clients, not for the fact that I see that there's an element of like confidence that it gives people, but not so much that. But for me to be able to put my name behind those people because I am not someone who's putting my life going to vouch for you just because you took my course, it's more like I have to know that, you know what you're doing. Anyone can take a course. So I think that if there is something on the back end where someone's going to like you're going to get on a registry or something like that, and it's a potential for getting clients, I see a lot of value in that. I'm currently going through a certification course for funnel building. I know how to do finals. I can do funnels in my sleep, but I can see the potential of income that will come on the back and that certification.
Tasha Booth: Now, I agree with that.
Brandi Mowles: Yeah. So that was totally side note, but I'm like so passionate about the games and I'm like, you do not need them. So this was so good. Do you have any final thoughts about income? Plateau's.
Tasha Booth: No, I think we hit it off.
Brandi Mowles: OK, we were going to talk about signature services, but we went a little over, so I'm going to jump into walk. Have you back to talk about that? No, I want to go into a little bit of rapid fire real quick. This is not like the first word that comes to your mind, just the first phrase. OK, are you ready?
Tasha Booth: I think I'm ready.
Brandi Mowles: OK, what's your favorite part of your business?
Tasha Booth: Connecting with people.
Brandi Mowles: I love that. Like clients or team like or just everyone.
Tasha Booth: Just everyone.
Brandi Mowles: I like that. Where's your favorite place to market your business right now?
Tasha Booth: Instagram.
Brandi Mowles: I'm not sold out on selling out on it, but a lot of people in Serve Scale Soar are like Brandi Instagram, there's faster ways. But I love that you said that. I thought that was going to be your answer, which is why I ask. OK, so what is your favorite tool or software that you can't live without?
Tasha Booth: Katya? Because my entire life is in there, and if I ever have to move, I'll be sad.
Brandi Mowles: So for anyone that doesn't know, Khaja is like a Kajabi or I like horses for courses. Do you run your emails through there?
Tasha Booth: I read everything. Everything.
Brandi Mowles: Ok, so from your agency side, what is your favorite color software?
Tasha Booth: Probably Dubsado.
Brandi Mowles: Oh yeah. We're Dubsado fans. I love that. Ok, so tell me your favorite virtual or life conference you've ever been to.
Tasha Booth: Oh, that's a harder one. So Tyler McCall had one. It was the accelerator, I think it was. Was that what it was called. Something like that or something with the accelerator. Yeah. And that was last. That was January. And I love that. I love smaller groups things. And that was like seventy people. It was a perfect size. Like you actually got to know people and like talk to them. I'm not a huge like three thousand person gathering kind of thing.
Brandi Mowles: Yeah. Podcast's movement me.
Tasha Booth: It was big.
Brandi Mowles: I was too big. So I on that like we had already known each other but we met in person at podcast's movement and it was just so many people is like very overwhelming.
Tasha Booth: It was, it was a lot of it was.
Brandi Mowles: I do have a picture with Luas House though so we could have fun. So I'm like, OK, final question. What is the best piece of business advice you've ever received?
Tasha Booth: I was told by my coach that I was not that special and she meant it in the most loving way possible. So she meant that I could hire other people to support my clients and they would treat them well the way that I do. And yeah, and that was super duper helpful because I was getting over that like, oh, everyone comes to me for me and I need to get over that.
Brandi Mowles: I love that idea. I tell our Facebook and influencers that, but in a completely different I like anyone you're on Facebook as what is it like you're totally forgotten. Hers was much more loving. So I appreciate that. Ok, so Tasha this has been so great, but I want my listeners to connect with you. So what is the best way for them to just keep in touch.
Tasha Booth: Yeah. So I am always on Instagram so. But they can go to Tashabooth.com and my Instagram is theTashabooth because Tasha Booth was already taken. And then on the agency side is the launch guild.
Brandi Mowles: I love it. So real quick, before we wrap this up, I just want to say one thing that we've always been able, I think, to chat and respect each other is that and I think it's important because right now, especially when there's so many people who are like there's too much competition or they're already doing that or I can't be friends with them. And I'm all about collaboration. And I think that's one of the conversations we've had, is a lot of people would say, oh, well, y'all are competition and I've never seen you is that I see you as a friend. It was like a colleague, like we say in circles, and we both respect each other's business. And I think that that's just so important that everyone knows that it's I always say that it's always relationships over revenue. When you build relationships like through authentic relationships, the revenue will always come.
Tasha Booth: Yeah, I totally agree. And I think that there is room for us all. And I tell everybody that all the time, that there's room for us all. So. And we're we are prime examples of that.
Brandi Mowles: Yeah. And just so everyone knows, there's probably a lot of you that are listening right now that are both Tasha's programs and my programs. And we share a lot of the same students. And I just love that there's no competition is just like I want to see you succeed. And I'm sure you want the same thing. Yeah. Yes, yes. No, thank you so much, Tasha and everyone. Make sure you check her out on Instagram and we'll link up all her links in the show notes. Thanks so much.
Tasha Booth: Thank you,
Brandi Mowles: y'all. Oh, my goodness. That was so good. I just love chatting with Tasha. I felt like I was chatting with, like, my best friend and we were just having coffee. I love the directions that that conversation went. And I'm excited for you to get to know Tasha so much better, even if, like you already know her. Check out the podcast again. But here's what I know we're all going to experience income plateau's at one point in our business, whether we want to or we don't. But what I want you to do is see the positive in those income plateaus. So much good can come out of it when we have an income plateau, because then we learn and we improve our business so we can move forward. So don't let those hold you back. So go on and check out Tasha. And when you're ready, check out my free training. How to scale a consistent ten thousand months. Without a team by going to Serve Scale Soar.com/free inside and until next week, go out, serve your clients, scale your business and soar into that six figure year you deserve.
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Brandi Mowles is the host of the Serve Scale Soar podcast which is a podcast dedicated to helping service-based entrepreneurs scale their online business to five-figure months so they can soar into six-figure years. Brandi is a wife, mom and in less than one year, created a six-figure business. Now she is spilling all her secrets so you can too.