Innovative Business Growth Ideas

How To Achieve Business Growth

After you launch your business, you really want to get up that hill—to grow your business—but nothing you did starting out as an early entrepreneur seems to be working anymore—even when you press yourself harder.

In all likelihood, you have your hands in every part of the business, wearing way too many hats in an effort to maintain control.

Meanwhile, you are continuing to implement the same old strategies, management practices, and mindset that you used in the early days—which will not work as you get further along on your climb.

Achieve Business Growth
Lead Business Growth

To grow your business to 10 times its size, you need to elevate your own personal growth and leadership by 12 times, to handle all that growth.

Stop losing opportunities and wasting time and money recreating the wheel. To reach your business growth goals in a fraction of the time, work with mentors who have walked this path before you—and succeeded!

Grow your business through your systems—not your blood, sweat, and tears. Use the SCALEit Method® as your roadmap for scaling your business for growth.

For instance, if you spend your time writing a book, what do you want your return to be for investing that time? Would it be business growth—a sense of accomplishment?

Looking at your life this way forces you to take a hard look at how you invest your time, your most valuable asset.

Business Systems
Time Management

What's Your End Game?

What do you want your return to be for the time you invest on your business and your life? If you think of getting a return for every action that you take, then you will choose your actions wisely within the time period that you have.

For instance, if you spend your time writing a book, what do you want your return to be for investing that time? Would it be business growth—a sense of accomplishment? Looking at your life this way forces you to take a hard look at how you invest your time, your most valuable asset.

Expand Your Business Growth Without Increasing Workload

Learning how to manage your time and inspiring your team to do the same is the underpinning of business growth.

I like to think of this in terms of being able to grow your business while, at the same time, managing the expanding workload without sacrificing your level of performance, efficiency, and employee safety.

Invest Your Time
Hire Your A Team

In the early days of growing your business, the struggles tend to be around cash flow and getting clients in the door.

As you scale, the challenges tend to shift around time—as in, there never seems to be enough of it. Therefore, the need to manage your time and make the most of every minute becomes the priority.

To kickstart your business growth, invest in hiring your A Team. When you hire forward—that is, adding talent while looking for the holes in your company where you want to grow—you identify an area of business growth, onboard someone into a brand new role to own it, and then watch your business organically grow.

Your mind may try to tell you that you are adding expense in an uncharted area that makes it “high risk,” but that’s not the case.

It’s not about recruiting who will add to your overhead. You do this so your business will get to the next level. If you’re waiting for that money to magically appear in your account on its own, then it’s never going to happen.

You need to bring in people with talent and contacts so you can extend your business vision. Then your cash flow will soar.

To sustain your business growth, passionately believe in your Big Picture Vision—share it with your team, your customers, your partners, your friends, your family. Shut out the voices of disbelievers who would throw you off your path.

Big Picture Vision
Team-Managed Group

Don’t be afraid to fail

You will recover and be smarter, stronger, and more resilient than ever before. Learn how to make quick decisions and stick to them. Get out of the way of your employees and empower them, so that your company becomes a team-managed one.

Focus on creating a mindset—and culture—of abundance. These are just a few of the top principles to emblazon in your memory, to scale your business for growth.