We all have this perception that a business has to always scale. And that it always must grow, grow, and GROW in order to be successful.
I like to counter that thought and say, you can be highly efficient, you can have the business of your dreams and still be small.
In fact, build a business around what fits your lifestyle instead of fitting your lifestyle around your business.
In today’s episode, I will share why I think it's not always a good thing to scale or grow. Plus, I’ll share why I think it’s important to build a business that caters to you and your lifestyle (and not the other way around).
Obviously, if you have a desire to be a multimillion dollar company with shareholders, meetings, employees, and overhead, that's great if that fits you.
When it comes to business, I decided to go a different route. I decided to keep my business small and have done so for the last 10 years. Yes, I’ve experienced success even by staying, “small.” So today, I am excited to share some of my thoughts on this subject with you.
In this episode, I’ll cover these topics:
Tools & Links Referenced:
Paul Jarvis - A Company of One
Business Brilliance by Lewis Schiff
Brian Clark - 7-Figure Small
Brian Clark - Why You’re the Perfect Age to Start a Successful Company
Unemployable Podcast with Brian Clark
Forbes - Are We Ready For A Workforce That is 50% Freelance?
Jeff Goins Tribe Conference
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