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Climb Out of the Rat Race to Your REAL Business with PERT | Apex Step 3

Did you know PERT can help you climb out of the rat race?  

You must be thinking, “What’s PERT?”

I’ll give you a hint… it’s EXPLOSIVE… at least it’s origins are. More about this in a moment (keep reading).

You see… When you want to scale your business, the first two steps are to start with your reason why… and then assess your current situation.  

Like climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro, you prepare yourself for your ascent.

The planning process I’m about to show you is not new, and it’s your 3rd step in your ascent to your business Apex. The process was developed and introduced in 1957 to support the U.S. Navy’s Polaris nuclear submarine project.

It’s called… 

Project Evaluation and Review Technique (PERT)

PERT has been used in all sorts of applications in various industries. An early example is when it was used for the 1968 Winter Olympics in Grenoble which applied PERT from 1965 until the opening of the 1968 Games.

Imagine that… a plan to build a destructive weapon helps you build your business, and achieve financial freedom.

Click “play,” and turn up the sound on the video above to climb out of the rat race to your real, scalable business (even if you’re just starting out) with PERT. 

Or… If you’d like to go even faster, click here >>

When you properly plan your ascent, PERT will guide you to your business summit.

I want to see you at the top.

This video is part 3 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 >>

TRAPPED! The ONE Word to Change Your Business Trajectory (and It’s Not What You Think)

Do you feel trapped in your business? 

You’re not alone. 

The root of the problem is this… 

Most people build blind and hope for their big break to have a bustling business. 

Did you get all that? 

Here’s the bad news. 

It doesn’t work that way. In fact – It’s a terrible business plan.

To compound the problem… 

People tend to confuse scale with size… and size isn’t (necessarily) the same thing… nor necessarily a good thing.

Scale brings you and your business to the next level… Size can keep you where you’re at (with even more headaches).

You do not stumble on a scalable business – you architect it. It is intentional.

Click “Play” to listen in as my good friend Joe DeMaria shares what it really takes to scale your business… even if you’re just starting out. If you’d like to go even faster, click here →