Categories Archive: Planning

  • Do You Have a Hiring Procedure

    As a business owner, how many times have you hired? Now, most likely with contractors and everything, even if you only have 5 or 10 or 15 employees, it’s probably been a lot more than that, right? Do you have one hiring procedure that you’ve been updating over all this time? I was chatting with… View Article

  • When was the last REAL holiday you took?

    Alright, stop for just a second. When was the last time you took a real vacation, one without your laptop or bringing it just in case or checking your phone all the time? Or being and thinking about your business, being somewhere else and not being present with your friends or family or getting that… View Article

  • The #1 Simplest System That Gives You Back $$ and Time

    What is the most important and simple system that will give you the most ROI, probably this week? It takes about 20 minutes. I call it the communication process. We have too many pieces of software with too many potentials of employees contacting you or each other all the time. I was in Bali a… View Article

  • Who’s Actually Responsible for the Results?

    One issue that I see over and over and over again as your team grows, is that no one on your team is responsible except you. No one owns the results. How the heck do you fix that? I had a client, a new client a couple of months ago, we went through and looked… View Article

  • How this new business went from 0 – $40,000 a month recurring (by saying no to a lot of potential customers!) with Hugh Culver

    Episode highlights: How he visualized and built his new business, YourBlogWorks.com, how to productize your business (So you aren’t reinventing the wheel every time), tips and tricks in republishing old contents in your website, how to maintain a big team with low cost, tools to use to systemize and productize your business…

  • When Is The Right Time To Start a 2nd Business

    When’s the right time to start a second business? Now, there’s no rule of thumb, specifically, but I’ve interviewed hundreds of entrepreneurs. One thing I have to make sure you understand is that first business has to be in a solid foundation before you jump to the next track. It’s not like having a kid,… View Article

  • How Joey Korenman grew School of Motion from $5,000 a month to close to over $4 million a year ( in 4 ONLY years!)

    Episode highlights: How Joey became ridiculously huge in his industry, pivotal pain points in achieving his goals, how to find and hire the best people for your business (it’s one of the reasons his company grew so fast!), how to make decisions when you face the unknown, key distractions for business owners making less than 6 figures, becoming an expert in fear…

  • The 4 contrarian steps in getting rich with Nathan Latka

    Episode highlights: Why you should never have a single point of failure, how to know when you have crossed the line of aggressive marketing, pivotal changing points in business, why goal setting can be extremely, dangerous and what is more valuable…

  • How to unlock your zone of genius and achieve more success with Ali Brown

    Episode highlights: Why “making better programs” than your competition is not enough anymore (and what to do about it), how she changed her business focus and evolved the old business practices to achieve more success and happiness, secrets to making an impact as woman entrepreneur in the masculine world of business, why you need to disrupt your metrics (and some tips on how to do it), why you need to start looking in your industry, and whatever everyone’s doing…do the opposite…

  • What to do now to smash through your $500K service ceiling

    Are you a slave to your business? A typical service business usually gets stuck making less than $500k per year, with the owner (you) working 60+ hours a week wondering what to do to scale. Success seems to always be “just be around the corner”. The last REAL vacation you took was years ago and… View Article