Categories Archive: Decision Making

  • Before You Send An Offer Letter… Do This

    Before you send out an offer letter, do this. Now, I almost didn’t take my own advice once. I know. I’m so glad I finally actually did though because when I hired what I call my operator, she’s my right hand, I thought I was gonna hire someone else. I really did. It was a… View Article

  • Who Do I Hire Next?

    How do you figure out who that next hire should really be? Where do you put your funds? I get asked this all the time, and one of my clients last week asked it again. And I said, “Well, we can’t just pick it out of the blue.” That’s not how this happens. What I… View Article

  • How Many Interviews Before Hiring

    On hiring, how many interviews do you actually have to do? How many do you do? Well, I get this question all the time. There’s actually a great book called Work Rules that talks about how Google runs their hiring process and the massive amounts of data that they figured out how to hire the… 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…

  • Hiring and The Mismatch Problem – Solved!

    What is the mismatch problem? Well, Malcolm Gladwell, the amazing author of “The Tipping Point,” was talking about something that he calls the mismatch problem. He did a keynote speech all about the problems of the modern hiring world but he related it back to sports. So, he said the combines that actually picked the… View Article

  • 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…

  • 5 Market Must-Haves in starting a business with Ryan Levesque

    Episode Highlights: Why did he decide to write his second book, Choose (And who is it for?), Biggest mistake people make before starting their business, The “5 Market Must-Haves”, How to identify the the ideal market size, Ryan’s list of the 25 most lucrative niche markets…

  • 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…