One thing I hear constantly from women who contact us at Million Dollar Women that they are feeling overwhelmed don’t know how to make it stop. This is usually for one of two reasons: either they haven’t yet learned how to outsource and delegate, or, they have too much business coming in (which seems like a good problem to have), but they don’t have the systems in place to support it.

In Million Dollar Women Masterclass we help women learn how to be “the leaders” and not “the doers” in their business and put an end to overwhelm. I am excited to share a few books that can help you start making these shifts right away.

 

The Million-Dollar, One-Person Business:
Make Great Money. Work the Way You Like. Have the Life You Want. by Elaine Pofeldt

Million Dollar One Person Business Elaine ProfeldtThis is a great guide for any small business owner who wants to work smart not hard (one of our mantras at Million Dollar Women) and find the fastest way to scale up without hiring a huge team or breaking the bank on marketing. Business journalist, New Yorker and mom of four, Pofeldt profiles several business owners who did just that. She shares their secrets of outsourcing, automating and most of all, designing their own freedom.

 

The Replaceable Founder

replaceable founderAri Meisel is a self-described, “Overwhelmologist” who helps entrepreneurs who have opportunity in excess of what their infrastructure can handle, to optimize, automate, and outsource everything in their business, so they can make themselves replaceable and scale their business.“The Replaceable Founder” explores the dynamics of entrepreneurship world and explains how founders can capitalize on emerging trends to optimize, automate, outsource, and create truly sustainable businesses.

Built to Sell:
Creating a Business That Can Thrive Without You 
by John Warrillow

Sumon Advantage Bernie BrennerStop doing everything yourself! Most business owners started their company because they wanted more freedom—to work on their own schedules, make the kind of money they deserve, and eventually retire on the fruits of their labor.

Unfortunately, according to John Warrillow, most owners find that stepping out of the picture is extremely difficult because their business relies too heavily on their personal involvement. Without them, their company—no matter how big or profitable—is essentially worthless.

But the good news is that entrepreneurs can take specific steps—no matter what stage a business is in—to create a valuable, sellable company. Warrillow shows exactly what it takes to create a solid business that can thrive long into the future.

 

Looking for a proven method for outsourcing, delegating and getting to $1M? Set up a free Accelerate Session with us here. 

Stay brave,
Julia

 

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