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5 Lessons Josh Delaney Learned in Building a $25.8 Million Business in 4 Years

The word “optionality” comes up a lot these days, and you may wonder what exactly it means. In the context of business building, optionality is creating a company where you have lots of different avenues for reaching your goal(s).

Having optionality is the opposite of putting all of your eggs in one basket and is a common vein that runs through all of the value drivers we measure over at The Value Builder System™.

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How You Treat New Customers Impacts Your Company’s Value

Think back to the first time you met your spouse. 

No, I’m not talking about when you decided to move in together.  

Go back way further. 

I want you to remember what it was like the first time you met. 

Remember those feelings?  

That’s when the wiring in your brain changed and you created an emotional attachment. Since then, I’m sure you’ve had ups and downs, but your relationship has stuck because of the attachment you created in the first few weeks. 

The same attachment can happen with your customers

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5 Lessons Josh Delaney Learned in Building a $25.8 Million Business in 4 Years

The word “optionality” comes up a lot these days, and you may wonder what exactly it means. In the context of business building, optionality is creating a company where you have lots of different avenues for reaching your goal(s).

Having optionality is the opposite of putting all of your eggs in one basket and is a common vein that runs through all of the value drivers we measure over at The Value Builder System™.

Read More ›

How You Treat New Customers Impacts Your Company’s Value

Think back to the first time you met your spouse. 

No, I’m not talking about when you decided to move in together.  

Go back way further. 

I want you to remember what it was like the first time you met. 

Remember those feelings?  

That’s when the wiring in your brain changed and you created an emotional attachment. Since then, I’m sure you’ve had ups and downs, but your relationship has stuck because of the attachment you created in the first few weeks. 

The same attachment can happen with your customers

Read More ›

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