How to Transition Clients from “Just You” to Your Team

On the Profitable Joyful Consulting podcast, I teach you how to increase your profits and enjoy your business more. In this episode, you’ll learn how to transition clients from working with “just you” to working with your team.

Sometimes clients will come to me and say, “My client only wants to work with me so I can never have anyone else come in and do part of the work with me. And also what I do is really high-level.”

A lot of that is being stuck in beliefs that aren’t necessarily true. In this episode, we’re going to question together the assumption that your whole business has to revolve around you. Because if you want to grow beyond just you, and grow beyond your revenue limits, then you might need to do things differently.

Tune into this episode to learn how to wean clients off of working with just you and do things differently so you can have a truly profitable and joyful business.

Key areas discussed in this episode:

  • 0:32 What these beliefs are really about (and why they aren’t necessarily the truth)
  • 1:15 When to use peer-to-peer, high-level meetings (and what they should be used for)
  • 2:32 What NOT to do when you’re having your team work with clients instead of you
  • 4:12 How to set your team and clients up for success
  • 4:51 How to bring in your team to work with a client when you’ve been working with them alone for a long time
  • 5:26 What your ego needs to do to make this work

The truth is, you don’t actually need to do it all. There are high-level people around you that you can trust to do great work for your client. And when you trust them, your client will trust them too.

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