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- Nov 30, 2018
I think I could follow her model but.. I really haven’t been singularly focused on my business growing. It’s hard for me to consider really committing to it... I love what I do but.. hmm.. my main problem has been trying to figure out if this business is where I want to focus all my time for the next several years.@Primeperiwinkle, how come that is a problem? Is the next city over too close for your industry? What if you considered scaling on a different level, such as online, instead of scaling to just the area you live in? Even if your business model involves your personal skill, if you have related products to sell, sell them in your brick and mortar and online. Then maybe your profits will start to come more from product sales than from your skill. Since I don't know exactly what you're talking about, it's hard to know if that's helpful. Even if you follow your mentor's model, if they are a town over, then perhaps geographically, your area can sustain two similar models.
I’m a planner and I screw myself over by wanting the plan to be perfect first. Sometimes I put whole weeks into my business and get a 500% ROI.. then I get sidetracked or scared. I know there’s a ceiling to how much I can make without employees or a franchise model and.. I don’t want to franchise. It’s frustrating.
I’m really glad you commented. Thank you! I look forward to your talk.I would agree with this whole heartedly.
The application of leverage to a venture helps make it transcend a linear growth model and instead make larger leaps.
Providing value to customers is linear.
Providing value to customers and financial opportunity simultaneously is what accelerates the growth curve.
There is a TON of evidence out there to support this and I believe its understanding is integral to achieving desirable levels of scale.
And I just gave everyone a little 30k foot view of a bit of my summit presentation.
Golfers... smh. RoflReferring to financial opportunity in the form of win-win situations for employees, investors and partners?
We golfing when you’re in town?
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