10 Principles Your New Business Won’t Survive Without | DO 72

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10 Principles Your New Business Won't Survive WithoutIt’s a new day, the beginning of a new era for Your Do Over!  Join Matt on this episode as he resumes the Freedom Possible series discussing 10 key principles that your new internet business won’t survive without.

This episode is part of the Freedom Possible series, which will help you take the reins of your financial future, and create independence for yourself and your family.  If you are new to the series, please go back and check out the previous episodes:

Episode 66: Freedom Possible – Let’s Get Started

Episode 67: The Silent Killer of Your Financial Freedom

Episode 68: Getting to Your Financial Freedom Number

Episode 69: Your Personal Roadmap to Financial Freedom

Episode 70: The Two Vehicles that Present the Greatest Possibility for Your Financial Freedom

Episode 71: Starting a Bullet Proof Business for the Future

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10 Principles to Develop:

  1. Environment
  2. Mentor/Role Model
  3. Honoring Your Word
  4. Underpromise & Overdeliver
  5. Be Generous
  6. Hire a CPA or Bookkeeper
  7. Customer Service
  8. Take Risks
  9. Invest in Yourself
  10. Don’t Do Everything Yourself

 

What You’ll Learn:

  • Why you should hang out with successful people on a regular basis.
  • Where to find successful environments, both on and offline.
  • Why you may want to shell out the cash for an expensive seminar or conference.
  • How to identify a good role model or mentor.
  • One of the best places to get in contact with a potential mentor.
  • When exactly you should hire a coach (and more importantly, when you should not).
  • The roles and responsibilities of both you and your mentor; and
  • Why you shouldn’t consider your mentor a magic pill.
  • The difference between honoring your word and keeping your word.
  • How Matt has been able to virtually eliminate the need to prospect and market to new clients.
  • What it means to give without fear.
  • Why you should be open to receiving gifts, even when you don’t feel deserving.
  • Why a high-tech business needs low-tech values and customer service.
  • How Matt implements low-tech customer service in his business.
  • Why you need to stay in motion after taking a risk.
  • Why assimilating knowledge is not enough.
  • The tasks that you should outsource first.
  • The difference between working on your business and working in your business.

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