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Well-Oiled Operations with Stacy Tuschl

Are you ready to leverage the power of business process improvement tools to enhance your profit margins and achieve a better work-life balance? Welcome to The Well-Oiled Operations Podcast, where you'll join forces with Stacy Tuschl—an accomplished International Best-Selling Author, astute Business Coach, and successful Multiple 7-Figure Business Owner. Stacy will serve as your trusted guide on a transformative journey, unveiling highly effective systems and strategies to improve business operations, elevate the quality of your goods and services, and ultimately revolutionize your overall business performance by getting your business to operate WITHOUT you. Get ready to embark on a quest of discovery, as you uncover the crucial components necessary for establishing a highly profitable business while nurturing a profoundly gratifying life. With Stacy's expertise, you'll gain invaluable insights into assembling your dream team, optimizing your human resources, and implementing streamlined processes. Every aspect of your business, from existing processes to the allocation of your valuable resources, will be meticulously examined and optimized to unleash its fullest potential. Through continuous improvement initiatives, you'll be able to enhance your business operations, achieve greater customer satisfaction, and reduce costs, resulting in a more profitable and sustainable business. Whether you operate in the dynamic retail industry, managing a physical brick-and-mortar establishment, or thrive in the digital realm of online enterprises, The Well-Oiled Operations Podcast offers indispensable strategies that will propel you towards unparalleled success. Stacy's vast experience in both realms makes her the ideal mentor to help you navigate the ever-changing landscape of modern entrepreneurship. By adopting her proven methodologies, you'll be equipped with the tools to optimize your business process management, streamline your operational procedures, and achieve remarkable results. The Well-Oiled Operations Podcast has undergone a thoughtful revamp from its previous incarnation as the Foot Traffic Podcast. This revamped version promises an even more enriching experience, allowing you to gain exclusive access to a wealth of knowledge, practical tips, and actionable advice brought to the table by Stacy Tuschl. Her expertise in business process improvement and operational management will guide you in implementing process maps and deploying innovative techniques to optimize your processes, reduce costs, and enhance your overall business operations. Working your own business is hard. Sometimes you even convince yourself that the long hours and the headaches are actually prescriptive of owning your own business. You’re working hard, but too hard. You have no time for yourself. You’re constantly on your phone.You’ve become a bottleneck in your own business which is growing faster than you expected.You’re losing precious time for yourself, your family, and your mental health.You’re realizing that your pace and your schedule are simply unsustainable. You just want your time back. If any of these statements resonated with you in any capacity, and you're seeking to increase your profitability, improve customer satisfaction, and unlock the secrets to a fulfilling life, The Well-Oiled Operations Podcast is your ultimate resource. Join forces with Stacy Tuschl, the esteemed business operations manager extraordinaire, on this journey of continuous improvement. Discover how to transform your business into a well-oiled machine, primed for success in today's competitive landscape. Remove yourself as the bottleneck in your business. Scale faster than ever before. Get your business to run with you. Make that one decision that will totally change your life and your business today. It's time to tune in to The Well-Oiled Operations podcast and take your business to new heights.
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Jul 8, 2016

Stacy Tuschl is a speaker, business coach, and the owner of The Academy of Performing Arts in Wisconsin. She is the author of the book “Is Your Business Worth Saving?” where she reveals proven strategies for pulling entrepreneurs out of a rut and launching them toward business success.

In today’s episode, I’m going to be talking all about how to charge what you’re worth. Of course, it’s really easy for me to tell you to just raise your prices, and yes, I still get nervous when I raise mine. But it’s absolutely a necessity in your business to charge what you’re worth.

Some highlights include:

Pricing yourself too low can cost you your business. If you’re on the low end, people will question if the quality is really there. (minute 0:00)

Higher prices equal less work. When you charge higher prices, you don’t as need as many customers to bring in the same income, and that’s a great benefit for your customers. (minute 2:00)

Your pricing says something about you. You need to be very careful when you’re choosing your pricing because you could be turning away the big clients that are willing to pay a lot more for your services. (minute 3:00)

Just go try it. You are worth every penny, and you’ll never know if your prices are high enough unless you just raise them. (minute 4:00)

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