MBA1941 Are You Spending Enough Time on Making Revenue?

Profit: it’s the only way a small business can survive.

One of the reasons so many new businesses don’t survive is because new entrepreneurs don’t focus on it enough.

Sounds weird, right? Making money should be an obvious priority. But it might be too obvious — so obvious we forget all about it. In this episode, we discuss how to keep your mind on the “P” side of your P&L (Profit and Loss) sheet.

It’s incredible how much time you can spend on tasks that don’t help your bottom line, if you’re not careful.

Today, we share how much of your day should be devoted to profit-first activities, and how to make sure you’re measuring up. Click Play!


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