As far as I can tell, you know your client base, and you understand how your work serves them. You've created a stable business around the work you love – congratulations and well done!
It's taken a lot to get here, I imagine!
Which is, paradoxically, where your challenge now lies.
Because in order to grow, you will have to allow what you've built to change and evolve.
And that means, you have to risk messing with what's already working, what probably took years – blood, sweat and tears – to put together.
Playing it safe makes so much sense, now that you've finally created a stable business – the problem is, playing it safe has become a barrier to you taking the next step.
There are change management practices which can help you plan such a transition. And having a plan can be a great help!
What's less obvious is how to access the courage to risk what is, what you have already, for the sake of what could be.
One way to boost your daring is to review your track record of challenges and triumphs. This will reassure you that what you have ahead of you is more than achievable.
Perhaps the most important task is to discover your deeper motivation that's urging you to make this transition. Without this wind in your sails, it can be quite difficult to make headway, even if you have the expertise and know-how to make it happen.