Ready to fall back in love with your business?
Remember when you used to love your business?
In some ways, you still do. But it can also feel like a trap. No matter what you try, your business can’t run without you and it doesn’t scale. It can be frustrating. Overwhelming. Exhausting. But you can’t just walk away. You’re committed to what you’ve created, have clients and staff you care about, and you don’t want to work for someone else.
Debbie King knows what it’s like to feel trapped by a business you used to love. She felt that way for years before she made two fundamental shifts: she changed the way she thought about her business and the way she ran it.
In Loving Your Business, Debbie shows you how to rethink your relationship with your business and reclaim your life. Instead of taking everything from you, your business can give you what you really want: more time, a sense of purpose, and ultimately, complete financial freedom.
Learn how to leverage your brain and manage your mind so that you turn your company into a scalable asset that can run without you. That’s a business you’ll love owning (and other people will too). In fact, that’s a business you can even sell when you’re ready.
Loving your business is the fastest way to freedom. Learn how to manage your mind and rethink your relationship with your business.
Get clarity on your strategy, constrain your focus in order to scale, while making friends with money and numbers.
Feel the freedom that comes from having options: scale, sell or become an investor when your business runs without you.
What Others Are Saying
“Want to know how to grow your business and keep your sanity? Read this book. Loving Your Business is packed with tools for creating more clarity, freedom, and money in your business.”
— Brooke Neblett,
CEO and Founder of Federal Hill Consulting LLC and FYI – For Your Information, Inc.
“Loving Your Business is a unique and powerful book. Read it and learn why loving your business is the fastest way to grow it. Debbie King explains how to scale your business so that it is worth far more than just the revenue it generates.”
— Ati Okelo Williams
Owner, Honeycomb Residential Real Estate Development and Construction, Angel Investor, Host of HGTV show DC Flippers
Once entrepreneurs make the jump, start a business, and—as we learn in the classic, The E-Myth—work on the business and not in the business, what next? How do we build and scale (and sell) our business? How do we avoid critical mistakes? Debbie King masterfully reveals these answers in Loving Your Business.
— Kathy Korman Frey
Founder & CEO, Hot Mommas Project, Entrepreneur in Residence, Women’s Entrepreneurial Leadership Prof., The George Washington University School of Business
In Loving Your Business, Debbie King inspires, challenges, and allows for no excuses. The tools and insights—especially the “Model”— have completely changed how I see the world around me. Every business owner can learn how to use it to get results fast.
— Pamela Maass
Attorney and Owner of Maass Law
Loving Your Business is not just a book about mindset. It’s also a practical guide to increase the value of your business and feel confident and secure as you scale.
— Coreen Harney
CEO and Co-Founder OmniTech Services
About the Author
Business mindset coach Debbie King successfully transformed her business, Association Analytics, from a service-based technical consulting model to a leader in the field of productized solutions. After scaling and selling that business, Debbie created the coaching company, Loving Your Business, and now teaches business owners how to escape the owner’s trap by loving their business, while turning it into an asset that has value beyond the revenue it generates, creating both freedom and security.
She has a Master’s degree in Leadership from Georgetown University, and more than twenty years of experience as an entrepreneur and a coach. Debbie is an expert at applying mindset tools based on cognitive psychology to transform your relationship with your business while you scale. She knows from experience that the fastest way to grow your business is to love it.