If your business is optimized for revenue, you’re doing it all wrong. Right now there’s a huge shift in how you go to market. And it has everything to do with getting attention first, monetizing second.
Looking back on another successful year in my entrepreneurial career, I’m realizing that most of it springs from my ability to consistently follow five fundamental principles. In this episode of Insane Growth, I dive deep into what these principles are.
Like most successful entrepreneurs, you most likely start your new year by defining the improvements you’d like to make to your business in the coming months. The question is: Which one of these improvements will lead to the most growth?
Effective marketing is all about getting your audience to truly comprehend the value your product can bring to their lives. In this episode, I go through the exact process I use to make my value crystal clear to my customers.
Finding top-tier talent is essential to the growth of your business. But finding the most valuable and highest-performing employees isn’t always easy—and it’s not a guaranteed process, either. Here’s what you need to do to find the best of the best.
Every potential customer you’ve ever lost has something in common: You didn’t know and understand them well enough to get them to convert. The more you know about your audience, the better position you’ll be in to help them.
Back when I was running my very first company, things were pretty steady, and we were doing pretty well for ourselves. It wasn’t until we shifted our focus in one major way that business really started to take off.
Here we are again with another success story that seems too good to be true. But it absolutely did happen: Using Facebook Live, we were able to generate $25,000 of recurring revenue. In this episode, I explain how we did it—and why it worked.
No, that’s not a clickbait title. But this also isn’t a get-rich-quick story, either. But it is the story of how we made nearly $50,000 from clients before we even created the product they purchased.
Close your eyes for a moment and think of the perfect day. The one where you accomplish everything you wanted to, see everyone you hoped you would, and have just the right amount of downtime. Now: Want to make it happen?