If you're old enough to remember the early days of the internet before Google got their own entry in the Oxford English Dictionary, specifically around 1990, you will remember the clash between traditional "offline" marketing and the new "online" marketing.
John North is a special guest on the "Convo Couch" to talk about Evolvepreneur.app and it's launch.
Let me ask you a question.... How future proof are you in regards to your business? For example, let's say you rely on Facebook, Google, LinkedIn, Twitter, or YouTube to generate leads and sales for your business. Tomorrow, they decide they don't like your content, or you can't advertise anymore, or your account is suddenly closed with no way to appeal the decision, and you receive only a vague indication of what you did wrong.
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Your website is awesome, but empty :-( Let your visitors feel like they’re in an actual place with others, by showing what's going on in your website.
What is your primary mission? Your “primary mission” is not about your business, it’s about you. A short statement of whatever makes you get out of bed in the morning. It’s not about material assets; it’s your essence of your purpose.
One of the greatest benefits of turning an ordinary business into an extraordinary profit-making machine and owning or controlling the products is the ability to get rich through duplication and multiplication. Once there was one McDonald's, one subway shop, one of everything. Even the simplest of ideas for your products and services, properly-packaged, can make you wealthy through duplication and multiplication.
One of the insider secrets to making millions is doing everything possible to minimise circumstances beyond your control. Ordinary businesses can surprise you.
It's my belief that success isn't just about making money. Most people start a business for the freedom they expect it to give to them. The cold hard reality is that most entrepreneurs end up working longer hours and for a lot less than a typical wage.