Mar 16, 2021
Unlock the Secret of Getting It All Done
“First start by getting everything super organized of what needs to be done and what needs to be done in the future.”
In today’s podcast Brooke talks with Stacy Tuschl who has a consulting company that helps other small business owners get more customers in the door. She started an entrepreneurship right out of high school by teaching 17 kids dance classes in her parents' backyard. Within three years she had a hundred dancers coming. She now owns and operates two performing arts academies in Milwaukee and has about a thousand dance and music students that come every week.
Stacy has been grossing million dollars a year for several years. In the last five to 10 years, maybe people started asking, “how are you growing this business? Can I pick your brain? Can you teach me?” Five years ago she decided to start a consulting company that teaches people about implementing strategy and getting things done.
“Figure out what you do want and why you want that specific thing.” - Stacy Tuschl.
If you really want something, but yet you still will binge three hours of TV every single night, instead of working on what you need to do, or you find yourself scrolling on social media, when you should be working. You have to really stop and say, you don't really want it that bad. You've got to start to assess the things that you really want, what does that look like for you?
Sometimes people just give up too soon. They think they've implemented. They think they've tried it all and it just hasn't worked for them, but trying and doing and implementing and refining and maintaining are very different situations.
There are four phases of really getting it done and implementing it.
First is learning, educating yourself, like really just being obsessed with that process of what will this entail? What does this look like? Then it goes to doing. Doing is the part that's hard for people, it’s messy and it's lots of failures. When you do and you fail and that's why so many people quit so fast.
The next stage is the refining. Refining is a massive skillset that you've got to get good at if you want to really start to implement, but it's not easy because it can take days, weeks, months, years, depending on what you're trying to do. The last piece is maintaining, which is - how do we check in? How do we make sure it keeps happening? And what is the lowest level of input we have to do to keep the maintenance.
“Slow down and organize your thoughts and ask yourself what are the priorities .” - Stacy Tuschl.
You can connect with Stacy on her podcast on Social Media called Foot Traffic where she discusses marketing ideas, systems and automation implementation. You can also get her book for free ( just paying the shipping and handling) at implementationcode.co/free book. The book comes with a mini course inside for free as well.
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