- Nov 14, 2011
Great thread so far, the value you offer is often more than you realize!You have achieved scale when the difference between a $600 order and a $60,000 order are the numbers and not much else.
Right now I offer a service which has the high-ticket item being $5,000 for 20 hour-long sessions spread throughout the year.
I currently have 3 clients which works out to maybe 4 hours per week. Average comes out to $250 per hour and I could pay someone $50 per hour for the work I do.
I'm looking to scale the business, and even though I have time to take on many more clients myself, I am thinking of jumping straight into making the sales, doing the first session myself, and then setting them up with someone under me who will do the legwork.
After that, I will hire someone to do the sales, and eventually be there to answer questions for the sales team and the people fulfilling the service.
Would you jump into this end goal as quickly as possible? Or handle outsourcing one task at a time?
Thanks again for your help!
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