Let’s play a little game.
Let’s imagine that your tech start-up grows EXPONENTIALLY and starts to not only generate you money…but actually, make an impact not only in your niche but around different industries.
Your brand and your name are mentioned at prestigious events and gatherings, you’re rubbing shoulders with some of the most powerful people in the world. You become a household brand
And you have so much money that the fundamental concept of money starts to make 0 sense.
But… “That can’t be me,” you say, “there’s no way I could ever achieve that level of success.”
You shoot high but your doubts hold you back…
There’s no need to worry, however, cause with these three stupidly simple tips you can achieve Jeff Bezos levels of success.
- NEVER STOP MARKETING
No matter where you are or who you’re with don’t give up the chance to mention your business, you could be at a party, the doctor’s office, or even a funeral (maybe save the marketing for after lol)
If you don’t get your business out there, how will people buy from you?
Too often people just don’t market enough, they don’t want to sound “annoying” or “too salesy.” The problem is, that after making 1 or 2 posts on some Facebook group about their business, they call it a day and stop marketing.
This is what sets the “Mcdonalds” apart from the “Burger kings” they sell the same stuff but one has better marketing and has become the more popular brand, beating the competition.
2. INVEST. INVEST. INVEST.
This is obvious but if you want your business to grow, then you have to invest
You have to put a large chunk of the money earned back into growing the business
Even when just starting out it’s a good idea to seek some financial funding for your start-up if you truly truly believe in yourself and your business
Apart from money though, you NEED to invest your time. This may seem like a no-brainer but you’d be surprised at the number of people who don’t put in the time.
They put in a couple of hours a week and call it a day, but that. Is. not. Enough.
You need to be serious about your startup and its future otherwise you’ll crash and burn.
3. Be stubborn but flexible
This may sound like an oxymoron but it makes sense.
Have a goal. Have 1 super specific goal that you hyper-focus on. So long as it’s attainable don’t let anyone (not even your dog) discourage you from chasing that goal.
However, you also need to be flexible. You need to understand when something isn’t working, reevaluate, and try again from a different angle, you must take different approaches to achieving your goal when one approach just isn’t working.
And those are the top 3 tips I have for you to grow your startup.
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