You are currently viewing Episode 118: Shifting From Doing Everything to Managing Everything with Alecia Huck

One of the big transitions women go through when they are at six figures and looking to get to seven, is shifting from being the person who does all the stuff to needing to be the CEO.

You’ve grown your company this far. You know all the ins and outs of it, exactly how you want everything done. And you have so many ideas!

You also now have a team – and it’s growing! Other people are executing your ideas. Suddenly you need processes documenting and you have people looking to you for answers about how you want things done. It can be quite a learning curve, as well as a change in identity for you as the business owner. You might be wondering, ‘how do I clone myself?’

My guest on the podcast this week is Alecia Huck, the founder of MAVERICK & Company, a management consultant, sought-after speaker, and author. She specialises in helping leadership teams of fast-growing companies build the critical skills, tools, systems and processes they need to keep winning.

She is known for working closely with leaders to customise solutions, protect existing culture, and fix what is broken without “going corporate.”  Experienced in industries from construction to criminal justice, Alecia is proud to work with entrepreneurs so they can spend less time fighting fires and more time building what matters. 

We talk about:

  • Problems you encounter as you scale
  • Going from being a super doer to a manager
  • 3 key things you need to be aware of when you grow your business
  • Why you need to be willing to not get things right
  • What you should be focusing on in your business
  • Enabling everyone in your organisation to own things


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