Building A Plan To Grow Your Company & Boost Results

by Rachel Steininger

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Creating A Plan For Business Growth

"Do you invite Grandma to visit just so you can put her to work?!"

I admit.... this may have been a fair question from my son.  

After all, we are on day 3 of a 4 day visit and so far my mom has...

...made us a roast beef dinner

...raked and weeded all the flower beds around our building

...and painted the inside of my (uncomfortably unspacious) laundry closet.  

Oh and tonight she's helping me entertain 4 boys ranging in age from 14 months to 14 years while their parents, dear friends of mine, have some real adult time for the first time in over a year.

As I explained to my son...  Grandma likes to stay busy!  And she likes to get things accomplished!

Many entrepreneurs are the same way...

Filling our days with things to do...

Filling our imaginations with new ideas and potential projects...

And filling our business with prospects and clients...

But while we run around busy, we still want to get things accomplished.  

But while we run around busy, we still want to get things accomplished.  

The best businesses make plans for sustainable growth.

You know sustainable growth... that kind of repeatable business growth that happens with as little effort as possible over the long run.

As we discuss in this video your plan to grow your company, I’m going to share with you my #1 tip for setting a goal to grow your business, a method to focus your business strategy in a winning way, and finally, some key revenue transformation tactics, including one that helped my client double his business in just 6 months. 

So check out the video and let's make sure all that busy-ness is getting you just what you want.

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