How A Service-Based Business Grows From $955/Mo. To Making $13,000/Mo. In 5 Months


We’re back with another inspiring $10K month case study with Cubicle to CEO member, Sarah Breshears.

If you’re new to the podcast, Cubicle to CEO is my 12 month mentorship program where we help service providers, coaches, and consultants make their first $10,000 revenue month from a 1:1 service without a large following or posting every day. We’re on a mission to help 500 women achieve this financial milestone in their business journey, and so far dozens of our members have already gotten there. You can listen to all the past $10K month member case study episodes at ellenyin.com/halloffame.

Sarah and her sister started their social media agency, Social Moguls, on Christmas Day of 2020 and have had explosive growth in less than a year. The month before joining Cubicle to CEO, Sarah’s agency made $955 total, but just 5 short months after implementing our Consistent Clients Cashflow System, she not only reached the $10K month milestone, but actually surpassed her goal and made $13 THOUSAND dollars! This kind of growth doesn’t just magically happen, it is strategically achieved with a proven system. 

Here’s what Sarah did. 

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Favorite Takeaways From This Episode:

  • Who told Sarah she should start a social media agency.
  • Your clients shouldn't have to burn calories to understand your message.
  • What her business looked like before C2C + what made her want to join?
  • “$13K months are just the beginning for me.”
  • $10K months are possible for everyone.
  • Our minds change when we become aware of what's possible.
  • “One of the most important ways that our minds expand to what’s possible… is when we surround ourselves with other people who are doing the same.”
  • Getting to $10K felt like a mountain, but cubicle to ceo gave her the hiking hear and the trail map.
  • Your ideal client is usually a past version of yourself.
  • Evergreen content is purposeful in moving a potential client from a stranger to a paying client.
  • How she changed the pricing of her services by evaluating the value of the work she was providing to her clients.
  • The differences between Value-Based pricing versus Hourly-Based pricing and what it means for your business.
  • It’s okay to decline clients.


  • What is your favorite day of the week and why?
  • What do you think triskaidekaphobia means?
  • What do you think you’ll be doing 20 years from now?


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