How do you structure your business for dramatic yet sustainable scale?
With more than twenty combined years of experience in operations, finance, team building, business development, adult learning and product development, Breanne Dyck and Jill Joevenazzo of MNIB Consulting have helped hundreds of entrepreneurs structure their businesses for dramatic—yet sustainable—scale.
In this episode, Breanne and Jill share why 200k – 300k per year is one of the hardest revenue levels to be at in business, and what they learned from being stuck at that level in their business.
We also discuss the myth of the unsustainable, unscalable service business and how to effectively work with your loved one (and performance manage them).
So if you’re wanting to know how to scale your business sustainably, and work with your loved one, make sure you pay attention!
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About Breanne Dyck and Jill Joevenazzo
Breanne Dyck began MNIB Consulting as a boutique consultancy helping online training business craft better learning experiences.
Her work with clients including Chris Guillebeau and Tara (Gentile) McMullin (who we interviewed on ep4) led to the publication of her bestselling book Beyond Satisfaction.
When Jill Joevenazzo officially joined MNIB Consulting in 2016, her discerning perspectives and skills as a bizops specialist and cross-functional integrator proved the perfect complement to Breanne’s keen insights and expertise in online coaching, consulting and service-based business.
With more than twenty combined years of experience in operations, finance, team building, business development, adult learning, and product development, Breanne and Jill have helped hundreds of entrepreneurs structure their businesses for dramatic—yet sustainable—scale.