If you want to know how to effectively manage and support the growth of your membership-based business, then this episode is for you!
My guest today is Camille Brown who helps bakers become confident recipe developers so they can create drool-worthy desserts and create thriving businesses.
Camille rolled out a membership program earlier this year and now she has questions about determining the next steps for this program.
And she doesn’t want to be the bottleneck slowing growth down. And at the same time, Camille isn’t interested in hosting a program that lacks any personal connection.
So, we tackled a list of Camille’s questions to help her scale wisely.
Now, scaling is a bit of a buzzword in the online coaching space. But I’m not sure everyone selling scalability understands what scaling actually means.
If you look it up in the dictionary, you’ll find that scaling is to grow without feeling hampered.
Which means that bigger isn’t always better. And every coach needs to design a scaled business model that aligns with their values, goals and work style.
In this episode, we’ll discuss how to:
- Tell when it’s time to grow.
- Determine the best way to manage growth so you don’t compromise the program.
- Set and meet expectations inside your community.
- Determine when it is time to hire and what tasks to delegate.
- Watch for the clues to reveal it is time to grow again.
Key Points We Cover:
Setting Boundaries for Sustainability
Defining clear boundaries helps your clients understand what to expect and ensures that you can delivery easily on your program’s promises..
Membership Growth and Scaling
Camille and Dallas brainstormed a layered plan to handle the influx of new members, adding relevant content, fostering engagement, and ensuring each member’s satisfaction.