Seven Digits - Zero to One Million in Revenue through Faith and Finance
by sparksight, Working at Sparksight, Inc. on Sep 19, 2013
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The following content is designed by Christopher Justice to help establish the mindset for building a modern company. The class was taught by Christopher Justice on August 23rd, 2013 as a part of a ...
The following content is designed by Christopher Justice to help establish the mindset for building a modern company. The class was taught by Christopher Justice on August 23rd, 2013 as a part of a forthcoming book which is still in draft form. At over 43,000 words, we find the content is changing every day and there are new approaches that are redefining modern entrepreneurship. The final book may never get published but it serves as a record and reminder.
Never forget, never stop, live, love, fail fast, and be resilient.
These principles are derived from people I love and admire as entrepreneurs. Joshua Baer, Brian Spross, Sam Decker, Gene Austin, Andrew Eye, Bob Burg, and a few more. Frankly too many to thank.
We focus on core principles:
What are the fastest steps to develop new business opportunities?
How to organize a revenue generating sales strategy?
How do you price the value you and your company provide?
What contracts do you need and how contracts can help you?
How to develop referrals and focus on what matters?
What are the 6 key reports you should look at each day?
What insurance should you have in place?
What are the most critical roles in your business and which ones can you outsource?
How many employees do you need and how many should you have?
What business software do you need and which programs to avoid?
This is a foundation book for building a business with a seven digit balance sheet. This course has been developed from best practices from entrepreuers and will train you to mentally react, adapt and build a revenue generating business. Attendees will be challenged mentally and emotionally to embrace and respond to the pressure of owning, operating and developing a profitable business.
In closing, entrepreneurship is certainly not what I thought it would be and not for the feint of heart. You can be successful, you must never give up and constantly reinvent yourself.
All in all, work with love and loyalty, everything else will fall into place.
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