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Dealing With “Public Enemy Number One”

Step six on your way to our successfully scalable business is dealing with “public enemy number one”.

What is it?

Why is it important you get it out of the way?

Click “Play” on the video above to figure out what “public enemy number one” is, and how to fight this enemy on your ascent to your business Apex.

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Make or Break – Scaling Your Business Is All About… THIS!

It’s a no-brainer… Sales equals income. 

If you have no sales, you have no income.

No income means you have no business. 

If you have no business… scalability is obviously out of the question.

You see…

Revenue is the lifeblood of your organization. It’s your make or break point on your quest of climbing from a solopreneur to a successful business person.

Most business owners think they need more and more leads if they want to bring in even more sales and income.

What do you think?

Remember, getting more leads means you need to spend more in terms of financial resources… or time… or BOTH. Spending more means you are losing your income.

This is a vicious cycle.

You do not want to be trapped in this cycle.

What if there was a way to earn even more without spending a dime!

The good news is…There is!

Click “Play” on the video above, and I’ll show you how to mine precious inputs about making or breaking your business…

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I want to see you at the top.

This video is part 5 of my Business Apex series about moving from Self Employed to fully scalable Business. Click here for the first step to get start your journey >>

The Most Difficult Step to Scale a Business?


What’s the most difficult step when you scale a business?

You may think it’s taking the first step to open a business, right?

Wrong.

Before you begin up the mountain of business, you need to assemble a team to join you in your ascent.

To recruit your team just before you start to scale is perhaps the most difficult part when you want to scale a business.

So why is it the hardest? 

Well, many people say… “because I don’t have any money to hire a team.”

Who says you will hire them?

Who said you need to have the money to do that?

Assembling a team to help you scale is not as difficult as you think.  If your mission is compelling enough, you will assemble the right people at the right time.

Click “Play” and turn up the sound, and I’ll show you how you can assemble your dream team fast.

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When you properly assemble your team, they will help you to your business summit.

I want to see you at the top.

This video is part 4 of my Business Apex series about moving from Self Employed to fully scalable Business. Click here for the first step to get start your journey >>

Reality Check! Your 2nd Step to Business Freedom

Reality check! Many entrepreneurs fall into the bad habit of operating delusionally.

“I’m going to change the world…”

“I’m going to make a difference…”

“We’re going to be number one…”

Can you relate?

When you climb Mt. Kilimanjaro, your mission is to get to the top…

…and there are a lot of other things you need to do to prepare yourself for the ascent.

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Your second step to scale your business is to do a current reality assessment.

Being delusional makes you look like a fool later on. The worst part about delusion is — you are not telling yourself the truth. 

Business is a funny way of putting the truth right in your face and burning it. 

It’s a journey. 

Is it an adventure you’d like to go on? 

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Your Journey to a Scalable Business Starts Here

There are only 8-steps to take you from where you are to a scalable business. If you follow the process, it can put money in your pocket!

The good news is… It makes no difference whether you are self-employed or an employee.

Your path to building a scalable business must begin somewhere. Using the analogy of climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro in your path to developing a scalable business, this video will show your first step.

Like Kilimanjaro, your ascent must begin in the flatlands.

It is the place where you unload all of your emotional baggage, personal baggage, physical baggage, and so on – so you can face the uphill struggle.

Click here “play” on the video above to start your journey towards a scalable business.

Remember, pounds equal pain. The best thing you can do is unload and get rid of the people, mental baggage, and opposition that is in your way, making your journey much more enjoyable.

If you’d like to transition from self employed to a scalable business, this is a “must watch” video. However, if you’d like to go even faster, click here >>