This week on the Big Success podcast, Kevin Whelan, economist, author, and founder of Wealth Builders, is here to discuss the subject of success and wealth. He’s going to share the key to success is being able to do exactly what you want to do when you want, with who you want, and unlocking the power of your intellectual property is key to this.
The biggest challenge for people is having a proper understanding of money. Many people think it’s easier just to be in the middle class than it is to build wealth. However, building wealth isn’t as difficult as it seems if you have the correct mindset. Here are 5 reasons why you’ll be better off wealthy. 1. Live …
It is a common goal for most people to be able to earn more money, however most people are taking the wrong steps to actively work toward this goal. To be able to earn more, first you must understand the basics of money and evolve your learning habits. Without properly taking these important steps, people can find …
I get told all of the time, “Brad, I’m ready to scale my business but am not sure what to do…”
I then ask them about how many countries they are looking to launch in, and the typical response is that they’re just looking to add another store in the next town over.
That’s not scaling. Shift your mindset to scaling to 30X as opposed to thinking of growing by 30%.
Scaling is a critical part of running a successful business—a commercial, profitable enterprise that works without you. It is the part that helps you reach the point where the business “works without you”.
You’re probably familiar with the term, but you may not know what scaling a business truly means, how it’s different from regular old growth, and if your business is ready to scale. That’s what I’m going to cover today.
Let’s get started.
Are you at the stage where you’re ready to scale your business? Whether you’re newly self-employed or you’ve been running your business for years but can’t quite seem to reach your goals, you can benefit from this lesson.
Has your company’s growth occurred by accident … or design? If it’s the former… don’t worry. Most companies tend to grow that way, initially. You may have the benefit of timing with the right product or service to an emerging market, or any one of a host of fortunate circumstances that have allowed you to essentially get …