Stacy Tuschl is the creator of The Business Rescue Road Map, a practical and proven system of assessing your business and pulling it back from the brink of failure.
As an experienced entrepreneur, speaker, and business coach, Stacy tailored The Business Rescue Road Map to address both the inner and outer struggles experienced by women in business. Entrepreneurs from multiple industries and in locations around the world have used Stacy’s time-tested practices and strategic road maps to develop the businesses of their dreams and rescue their sanity along the way.
Today Stacy is an in-demand speaker and business coach, in addition to her roles as business owner, investor, wife, and mother.
When she launched her performing arts business in 2002 from her parents’ backyard, Stacy was a wide-eyed 18-year-old. By the time she was a junior at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, her small, backyard business had turned her life upside down. She incorporated, rented space, and threw herself into her entrepreneurial dream.
Over the next 10 years, Stacy expanded into a custom-built facility, added a second location, and grew the business into 7 figures.
Stacy has shared her passion for dance with others since she was a teenager. However, when people started approaching her for business advice, Stacy found a new passion: guiding women entrepreneurs to greater business success.
As an entrepreneur herself, Stacy has an immediate connection with her business coaching clients. She knows what it’s like to toss and turn at night over an expense, to wonder if you’ll ever find the right person to hire, and to look in the mirror and ask, “Is this business even worth saving?”
Her compassion, hands-on experience, and realistic approach make her a true partner on the road to achieving your entrepreneurial dreams.
Through proven strategies, Stacy helps clients assess the health and viability of their businesses, establish profitable financial practices, update marketing strategies, build a loyal customer base, hire and manage employees, develop effective communication systems, and prioritize goals.
Stacy’s approach works for any business at any stage. It can work for you, too.
When she isn’t growing her business or helping other entrepreneurs do the same, Stacy spends time with her husband, Kent, and their daughters, Tanner & Teagan.