All I Want for Christmas – Marketing EditionMay 8, 2023
3 Keys to a Recession-Proof Marketing StrategyMay 8, 2023
As technology and globalization have advanced, so have our expectations for what a company should look like.
If you're looking for some guidance about how much growth might be reasonable for your company over the next year, then this episode will be a helpful resource. I've put together important factors to consider when considering your company's growth trajectory.
These factors help us find the balance between making sure your business is sturdy enough for whatever happens next and staying small enough so that you can keep up with everything your business requires.
So whether you're just starting out or thinking about expanding your business, tune in to learn how to set the right expectations for your company and its growth.
This is your chance to learn the tricks and best practices to help you create killer Facebook Ads and other online marketing strategies to grow your business.
Specifically, this episode highlights the following themes:
✅ How to build a healthy business
✅ How to set quarterly and annual revenue targets as a business
✅ Recommended books that can help you set goals and grow your business
00:00 - Introduction
02:45 - Recommended book: Company of One by Paul Jarvis
04:58 - How to set quarterly and annual revenue targets
07:34 - Recommended book: Infinite game by Simon Sinek
08:35 - Your primary objective as a business owner
11:01 - How to grow a healthy business
15:55 - An example of a healthy business
19:34 - How small should your business be to support your ideal lifestyle?
1:01:14 - Takeaway
At Honest Podcasts, we strive to help value-driven companies launch successful podcasts because we have the drive to help others succeed.
Connect with our team to learn how we can help you easily create strategic content that generates strong leads, develops loyal customers, and makes a positive impact.
Have an idea for a future podcast episode (or a guest in mind that you think would be a great fit)? Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. And don’t forget to follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube.