Moving Up Market in The SaaS World: The Transition from SMBs to Mid-Market & Enterprise

“10x more money per customer?” Cha-ching!  Moving your business upmarket can mean massive revenue boosts. It’s where the big-bucks get made. Upmarket customers are the affluent, enterprise-level businesses that demand more from your SaaS... but also write bigger checks without even blinking. By moving upmarket, your company's growth can scale quicker from fewer customers. I bet you’re already thinking: “SIGN ME UP!”

5 Ways To Reframe Your Thinking To Approach Business Like Elon Musk

Alright... Time to let the cat out of the bag: I’m a huge Elon Musk fan. Not because he’s in the limelight most weeks, but because of how he thinks about business. Elon thinks laterally.  He comes at business problems from obscure angles and I think that’s the secret behind his genius. If you could apply even one-tenth of his innovation to your business, you’ll leave your competition in the dust and future-proof your growth.

It’s Dangerous To Go Alone! How (And Why) To Find a Business Coach Who’s Actually Legit

Today, the tables have turned and the microphone is being flipped. Instead of interviewing a SaaS founder… …a SaaS founder is interviewing me! I’m pleased to share with you a special interview hosted by Liam Martin, co-founder of Time Doctor and co-organizer of Running Remote.  Liam is a successful entrepreneur that helps remote businesses manage their teams efficiently. A service that couldn't come at a better time with remote work taking precedence in today's world of economic uncertainty. He’s also

The 5 Best Business Opportunities For Newbie Entrepreneurs To Start in 2020

Today, I’m going to give you the 5 most profitable business ideas that you can start in 2020. Yes, THIS YEAR. Profitable meaning:  Low risk High reward Great return on investment Quick to take to market Capable of growing and scaling Not all business ideas are equal. An idea is only valuable if it’s actionable and profitable.  These ideas I’m about to show you? They’re the good ones.

The 5 Steps I Used To Teach Myself To Code And Sell Something At 17 Years Old

The first thing I ever built that I charged for was an MP3 burning app. I had just learned Visual Basic in one of my elective programming classes in highschool, and I wanted to see what I could create. The problem I wanted to solve was simple... As one of the few people at the time with a CD burner, I would always have my friends come over to my house and spend hours going through all of the MP3’s