How To Turn Your Small Business, Into A Big Business… with Verne Harnish

How To Turn Your Small Business, Into A Big Business… with Verne Harnish

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About this Episode

The vast majority of entrepreneurs share a similar experience…

We have an idea, we create a product, and then we figure out how to sell it. And if you get the sales part right… If you learn how to market, you can make millions of dollars per year.

But if all of these results are dependent upon you, you will inevitably hit your ceiling, or you’ll wither away from exhaustion.

If you want your company to continue to grow, you will have to find your replacement and build a team which can be just as risky an endeavor as launching your business in the first place.

Well, today we’re going to learn how to avoid those risks, and how to successfully scale your company with the man who literally wrote the book on the subject, Verne Harnish.

Verne is the author of Mastering The Rockefeller Habits as well as Scaling Up, and he’s also the Founder of an extremely important organization that’s played a huge role in the lives of thousands of entrepreneurs around the world, including mine… EO… Entrepreneurs Organization.

He’s the chairman of MIT’s CEO program, Birthing of Giants, and the Founder of Gazelles.com which provides strategic tools, and coaching on how to scale your business.

This is an extremely valuable conversation that will cover everything from how to find your team, to creating a simple, one-page strategic plan that will align them and everything in between…



About the Instructor

Verne Harnish Founder of Entrepreneurs' Organization
Verne Harnish is the founder of the world-renowned Entrepreneurs' Organization (EO) and chaired for fifteen years EO's premiere CEO program, the "Birthing of Giants" and WEO's "Advanced Business" executive program both held at MIT. He is also founder and CEO of Gazelles, a global executive education and coaching company with over 150 coaching partners on six continents. He is known as "The Growth Guy" and is the author of Scaling Up.
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