do you ever find yourself feeling pressure to constantly grow your business?

Maybe it’s time to step back a little and see if that’s really what you want for your business – and your life.

In this week’s episode we talk about smallering versus growing your handmade business – and why it’s okay to stick to being small!

~ Jess, Mik & Deb 

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what we cover in this episode:

  • Redefining success in relation to your bsuiness 
  • What smallering means
  • Society’s pressure for handmade businesses to grow 
  • Figuring out if you really want to make more money and expand your business or maintain the status quo
  • Deciding whether you want to hire people 
  • Pros and cons of hiring people
  • Working in your first few years until you have set up a system where you get more free time
  • The importance of going back to your why and how it affects the direction of how big you want your business to be
  • There’s always going to be a  limit with regards to making stuff or money
  • Why it’s ok to change your business goals depending on where you are in life
  • Losing motivation to grow your business when you’ve reached a point where your life is comfortable
  • Profit over revenue

Mention: Episode 1: What makes something “handmade”?