“Rich people are selfish”. “Just be happy with what you have.” “Why is it always about the money?” If I had a dollar for every time I’ve heard this crap, I’d trip over the irony. I’m sure you’re tired of hearing these things too. I personally know a ton of generous entrepreneurs…
If you’re trying to build a SaaS, you’re wasting your time. You should be building a TEAM. A team of talented developers, marketers, customer success agents and salespeople… Then that team will build your SaaS.
Real talk: If you can’t fix a problem in your business in 6 – 8 weeks… There’s something wrong with how you’re doing it.
When I launched my company Clarity.fm in 2010, I gave a live demo to an audience showing how the service works. It was my Steve Jobs moment.
Many founders throw money at new employees hoping their business will grow… Only to find they don’t know where to ‘put’ their new employees, and they end up wasting cash on salaries for an under-utilized team. Ever experienced this before? I definitely have. See, I believe a successful founder doesn’t just build a business…
Let’s pop the hood of your SaaS retention engine. The machine that creates your revenue, that turns new customers into long term LTV… Pry apart each leaky valve, tighten each bolt and make sure you’re running a fine-tuned growth-maximizing machine. I’ll give you the 3 tools I recommend to improve EACH of the 8 key parts.
How fast can you scale a software business? 0 – 150 employees in 12 months…? How would you even manage that?! For Elias Torres, the CTO and co-founder of Drift, and my latest guest on the Escape Velocity podcast… it was easy. Elias is the stuff of legends. He’s a machine. He’s been either the founder, CTO or VP of
Do you have your dream sales team yet? A team of high-converting closers who effortlessly book new accounts and funnel cash into your pockets until your revenue-pants are splitting at the seams? No? Neither did I.
I have a confession… In my mid-20s, I was the worst leader. I was trying to run a team and was wildly out-of-touch with so-called “good leadership”. I just didn’t know it yet. I held a team offsite, a getaway with the executive team to reflect on the quarter, set goals and come away reinvigorated. It didn’t work. My fault.
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