If you've ever planned a launch, you know how easy it is to get so focused on the project that the rest of your business gets put on the back burner. By adding recurring revenue streams to your business, launching becomes less stressful. You'll establish ongoing streams that support your growth, allow you to launch without having the worry that you're putting all your eggs in one basket. You'll be building a much needed foundation for your business simply by focusing one or two ways of generating ongoing recurring sales.
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Today, we’re continuing this conversation about working with people and why I believe if you have a clear way to communicate, collaborate, and invest in these people is so important.
There’s a better chance you’ll have a smooth running team during your launch and keep them long after!
And man, it takes forever to find those people, sometimes longer than we expect, right? So, let’s keep people once we find them!
In this episode I talk about:
Making that first investment in your business and hiring someone to help you
How to hire people and why it’s critical to get on board the hiring someone
Why even when you’re not creating something for sale, you still need help
What to do when you’re onboarding new hires
3 ways to stay on track with your team
Tools to help your team collaborate and communicate better together
Plus you’ll find out why you can start all of these practices even if you don’t have a team yet...because really the habit, the system, the ritual only becomes easier to share with new people if you’ve got it together.
If you’ve been hanging around Periscope and on any of my latest scopes, then some of what I share may sound very familiar to you--since that’s what I’ve been talking about for the past week as I prep for a an all-new class I’m teaching on Training Your Launch Team.
How do you grow your business?
We hear about strategies to market your business better, building funnels that convert people into customers…
We know that we have to build our list, build the relationship with the people who sign up for our various free resources.
But what about team culture? Is it possible that the culture we create just by who we hire and how we work...can that lead to business growth too?
Ask companies like Zappos, AirBNB, and WeWork...and they’d likely answer a resounding yes.
Our guest on the podcast today is Josh Anderson who’s got experience with big development and sales teams at Microsoft and smaller, scrappier startups in the Seattle area.
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If you’ve ever struggled to get your business organized, under control, or hired a VA that you literally couldn’t figure out what/how to delegate to them, this episode is for you!
Natasha Vorompiova has helped hundreds of entrepreneurs embrace systems in a practical, customized approach. Her two main tools of choice are Evernote and Asana. These also happen to my favorites too!
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