How to Reverse Engineer Your Business Growth

Jurate Gulbinas   |   12 Dec 2016   |   2 min read

You know you must create a vision of your successful business. Without one, you won’t know where you’re headed. Once you have one, you can use it to reverse engineer a business plan to attain it. The first step is to write down where you want to go. We call this your vision or mission. There are actually two visions you need to develop: one from a customer perspective and one from a business perspective.

Key Takeaways:

  • What Bill knows, and loves teaching, is that most businesses are approaching their ‘next level’ growth backwards.
  • Every individual has strengths and weaknesses, and when an individual’s weaknesses are the focal point of their career, it’s incredibly difficult to reach any type of goal, let alone a large growth goal.
  • In addition to that, you would never speak Chinese to a Russian woman, so in learning to speak the language of success, you must also be sure that you are talking to the right person.

“At this point in business, we’ve all heard of at least one business coach, or possibly even worked with one, who had a million ideas about what you need to do right now to be successful.”

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