Brian Sallee, the CEO of Avorit, specializes in providing business-focused solutions that are creative, effective, and technically accomplished. They focus on scaling business by utilizing growth hacking, executive coaching, marketing advice, strategy, and inbound marketing, while also creating memorable and measurable brand experiences.
Brian recently spoke about the importance of building the foundation for the growth of your business and how to take it to the next level during a live webinar that occurred on May 19th, 2020. He is passionate about starting new businesses, growing, and guiding others which is why he shared his tips on how grow exponentially.
He discussed the importance of why NOW is the perfect time to invest in your business and suggested starting with trying to “double” something- this could be anything from your clients, your profit, your leads etc. Brian believes that this is a mindset along with the goal, and by having that mindset, it will lead to tripling, quadrupling, and even 10x growth for your business.
He explained in depth the difference between incremental vs exponential growth while encouraging other to understand how to leverage their business which will result in growth quickly. Brian also shared the Pareto Principle which is known as the 80/20 rule essentially stating that for many events, roughly 80% of the effects come from 20% of the causes; “A small amount of something controls a lot of something else”. He dug into the idea of using a lever to transition your mindset to drastically scale your business.
Five key components shared by Brian on how to create a strong foundation consist of:
- Developing a laser focus
- Being consistent in all aspects
- Learning how to be disruptive and to stand apart from your competitors
- Having a micro-testing which allows you to evaluate what works
- The importance of leveraging technology
To watch this webinar and learn more about Brian’s strategies to help grow your business follow the link below and check out https://www.avorit.com/
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