It’s been a minute, and I can’t wait to spill all the tea on what’s been happening since we last hung out back in 2021. Trust me, it’s been a wild ride full of highs, lows, and invaluable lessons. Now, I know you’ve been hustling hard in your business, trying to find that perfect balance between growth and maintaining your sanity. Well, guess what? You’re not alone! We’ve grown up together as entrepreneurs if you started in 2020, and I’m sure you are a completely different person now.
In this highly anticipated Season 2 kickoff, I take you on a journey of growth as a CEO and how I’ve transformed my approach to business, putting my life and impact first. After a rollercoaster ride of ups and downs, from hitting low seasons to achieving massive success, I’ve learned invaluable lessons about entrepreneurship. This episode is all about sharing those lessons and revealing the true highs and lows of running a successful business. After two years of growth and introspection, I’m back to spill the tea on everything I’ve learned and how it can help you build a thriving business on your terms. Join me as I delve into the raw realities of entrepreneurship and how embracing change can lead to unprecedented growth and fulfillment.
Here’s a Closer Look at the Episode:
-Early challenges in my business, hiring my mom as my first employee and launching new offers
-The investment that solidified my business turning point and overcame discomfort with sales
-Scaling the business and hitting $30,000 per month with a team
-The consequences of rapid growth: Stress from managing contractors and team members
-Rethinking my business model: Prioritizing lifestyle and writing a book
-Embracing change and focusing on my membership community, Revolutionary Society
“Sometimes the investments are uncomfortable because the universe wants to know if you’re serious about this thing. I wanted the universe to know whether this money is coming from my business or my pocket. I am so serious about this, and I need this to work out. And so I did it. And it was the best investment that I could have made.” -Latesha Lynch