“I can’t find the right people” “I’ll just do it myself” “Nobody cares about my business as much as I do” As a founder, it feels easier to do things yourself. I get it. For many years I was scared to death about giving up control. I wanted to be the best at everything in my business. Sales, marketing, operations,
Nokia. Myspace. Blockbuster… They didn’t evolve fast enough. Now, where are they? And after two failed businesses, I learned this the hard way:
Imagine you’re the captain of a ship. You’ve recruited sailors. You’ve sailed out of the harbour in search of far away treasures… And now you’re caught in a raging open sea storm.
If your goal is to 2x over the next year… How do you make sure you’re taking the right action to get there? You’ve got plenty of ideas… But which ideas are worth your time? The last thing you want is to leave a trail of half completed projects online…
If you ever find yourself smashing your head against the ceiling… Wondering if it’s supposed to get easier as you grow… Then you’re not alone. A lot of entrepreneurs hope things get easier as they scale.
I don’t have many regrets, but if I could go back and change something… It would be back when I sold Spheric Technologies in 2008… Right after the exit, I took my foot off the gas.
Show me your beliefs, and I’ll show you your future. Here’s the deal, If you’ve ever found yourself taking one step forward but two steps back… Or felt that even when you’re trying your best, you struggle to get new habits to stick… Then it’s time to audit your beliefs, my friend.
Imagine going into business with your brother or sister. You start a SaaS with them, scale the company, and successfully exit. Then, because you loved it so much… You do it again. Insanity? Apparently not.
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