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How to grow from a five-figure entrepreneur to six-figure entrepreneur


If you want to be a six-figure entrepreneur, the first thing you’ll need is the right mindset. You have to think like a six-figure entrepreneur. You have to believe that you deserve to make money and that your business is valuable to your students.

To become a six-figure business owner, you will need to step away from your business and see the bigger picture. Instead of working inside your business, you’ll want to start working on your business, and that is a huge mindset shift that will require work and time to happen.

There are also things like your time to consider. Five-figure entrepreneurs often trade their time for money. As a six-figure business owner, you’ll want to start looking at your time as your most valuable resource and be protective and strategic about allocating it.

It’s also important to learn to prioritize yourself as an entrepreneur. There are so many hours in a day and so much energy and willpower you can give away. And you want all your energy to go towards the business tasks that matter and bring the most value to your business.


What got you to five figures in profit won’t necessarily get you to six figures. That’s the way the business works. So, you have to be open to leaving your comfort zone and finding new strategies and ways to scale and grow your business.


Motivational speaker Jim Rohn said, “you are the average of the five people you spend the most time with.” This sentiment holds a lot of value when it’s time to level up from five to a six-figure business. If you want to scale and grow to a place with your business you haven’t been before, you want to connect with people who are at the level you want to be.

Being surrounded by other high-level business owners will keep you inspired and motivated. It will also help you believe that anything is possible and maybe even open the doors to new opportunities for your business.

There are many ways how you can go about meeting likeminded six-figure entrepreneurs and building honest, meaningful connections with them:

  • Connect on social: Follow business owners you admire and interact with the content they publish on their social media profiles. With time, they’ll notice you, and you’ll be able to further connect with them on a more personal level.

  • Attend conferences: This is the best place to meet like-minded entrepreneurs. Everyone attends conferences ready to learn new things and meet other business owners who share the same fate. So, look up local conferences you’re interested in and attend a few.

  • Join online communities: Online business communities are a great way to connect with other entrepreneurs. For a monthly fee, you get access to business resources and private groups where you can talk and connect with other six-figure business owners.


If you want to take your business to the next level, you’ll need to review your current business systems and determine what works and what needs to go to make space for something better. You’ll also want to decide what needs to be automated within your business, so you can better manage your time.

Things like generating invoices, processing payments, and sending out email marketing campaigns should be automated to utilize your time working on your business. The same goes for admin tasks like answering emails and writing social media captions. Outsource these low-level tasks to make time for more important ones like launching a new online course.


Running a six-figure business requires more investment back into the business. Here are a few examples of where you will be investing your money:

  • Business coaching

  • Hiring a team

  • More advanced tools

  • High-level training

  • Insurance

  • Office space

As a six-figure business owner, you’ll want to get comfortable with investing in your business when it’s needed. You might want to start by investing in coaching to help you with the personal mindset shift and invest in building your team to help you manage and grow your business.

At the start, spending a lot of money on your business can be scary. But if the investment will help you level up, it will pay off in the long term.

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