Nov 25, 2020
This episode features the
powerful Tasha Booth, someone in the online space that I’ve been
admiring for a while.
In this episode, Tasha gives a
behind-the-scenes look at how she went from being an overworked VA
to successfully leveraged her business into a multi-six-figure
agency with over 20 members.
Key Highlights of the Episode
This episode was
extremely actionable and insightful. Here are a few key
is your “why”? - As an overworked virtual assistant, Tasha began
asking herself “What is it that I want to do? What is it that I
love doing? What is it that I’m really good at?” These deep
questions started the process of figuring out what her signature
you maxed out? - When Tasha was maxed out with 25 clients as a
solopreneur, she had to change her business model. Since she
enjoyed collaborating with others she decided to evolve her
business into an agency. She is living proof that you can hustle
yourself to six figures. But, this is usually the point when you
need to pivot.
“I” to “we” - When Tasha pivoted to an agency model, she needed to
learn to let go of trying to do everything herself and train others
to do parts of her job. This shift allowed her to focus on being a
- Strategic focus - Tasha and her team carry out
an annual plan to decide what the following year will look like.
This ensures rash decisions aren’t made and she can take the time
to ensure necessary infrastructure and processes are in place
before anything new is introduced.
- Overcoming mindset barriers - One of the
biggest limiting beliefs that Tasha has faced is “no one will pay
that.” She overcomes her doubts by finding other people who have
“already done it.” This lets her know what is possible.
Tune in now.
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