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The Business Freedom Podcast

The Good, Bad, & Ugly: What’s the Point of Owning a Business?

Posted by Lars Hedenborg


Building a sustainable business is a challenging path, and it can be easy to miss important details that are vital to your survival. What are the things you need to do regularly in order to have a functioning business? What is the risk of doing everything in your business yourself? Why is it so important to run your business like a CEO?

On this episode, I talk about building a sustainable business that generates income without you doing all the work.

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Three Things You'll Learn

  • If you try to do everything in your business, you will limit your income and burn out.
  • In order to have freedom around your business, you should think of yourself as a CEO and manage your time as such.
  • You must use leveraged marketing principles, generate and convert leads into clients, deliver an outstanding client experience and track your results.

 

You either have a business, or you have a job. If you can’t step away from your business for 30 days, it’s just a job. Whether you're a solo agent or run a small team, you are still running a business, and that means money and tracking matters. Think of yourself as a CEO, not a worker in a company. As CEO, it’s your job to implement systems, policies and repeatable processes. It can be very challenging to do, but it is what will make you thrive.

When growing a team there will be aches and pains, but why sacrifice your time longer than needed and in the wrong areas? REBS is here to help you grow, and grow your team, so you can get the true balance in your life back. Do you want help?

Yes, Help Me Grow My Team!

 

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