How I Had A 58.63 Percent Revenue Increase - Working Half Time
Here I am in Louisville, getting ready to take the stage.
I'm a huge believer in practicing what you preach, and that's why I was really excited when my own businesses' numbers came in this month.
It was somewhat of a miracle ... we discovered that not only did we have our highest revenue month EVER - but it was a whopping 58.63% increase over the average of every other month this year!
The fact of the matter is, though, that we didn't do much to make it happen. Just a few tweaks here and there...but then, there was something even more amazing.
My Team Wasn't Even In Communication With Me More Than Half The Month!
The craziest part about it is that I was gone almost the entire month. GONE. In Phoenix. In Dallas. In Louisville. In Miami. In Washington D.C.
I wasn't doing immediate revenue-generating things while I was gone, with one very small exception. Yet, my team kept everything going. They made it happen - and they made it happen big time.
Having A Rockstar Team Is Amazing, But It Isn't Easy
If you've struggled to build a team, you are so NOT ALONE. I work with all different types of teams, from solopreneurs trying to grow all the way to large interdependent corporate teams. It doesn't matter which you are, the fact of the matter is making a team synergize and able to use their maximum productive energy isn't easy.
The pain of team building is real. So real, many people give up, settle for what they shouldn't, or maybe, just maybe...get lucky.
But if you're like me, you don't count on luck. You want to KNOW.
Building the Right Team is the Key to Running a Successful Business...And It Starts With YOU
You know that trying to do everything yourself is a recipe for disaster. But you also know that hiring the wrong team can drain precious time, money, and energy from both you - and your business.
So how do you hire the right team? The first step is discovering YOUR unique strengths as a leader -- the catalysts that will propel you to take your business to the next level. The next step is seeing how this relates to potential team members.
Your drive, instinct, and mental energy in how you work is what I’ve coined your “Entrepreneurial Instinct Catalyst.”