Business models may not be as sexy as Instagram models, but they are far more critical to building a successful business. Having a sustainable business model is what ensures your startup makes money and will not just survive but thrive in the long term.
Zoltan Vardy here, Founder and CEO of The Launch Code, and in this video I’m going to talk to you about how to manage your business in a crisis.
Knowing where to focus is the single most important factor in accelerating your business growth.In my newest video, I want to talk to you about the Power of Focus and I am going to give you a really clear 5 step process, that shows you how you can find your focus in any circumstances.
Long-term partnerships are built on a fair and balanced deal, no matter the size or negotiating position of either party.
In this video, I explain the three most important qualities to look for in a potential co-founder and reveal why the right one is crucial for your success. You’ll also learn what questions to ask before moving forward.
Make sure your value proposition solves the most important and relevant customer problem. Use The Launch Code’s 5-step value proposition discovery process to make certain you hit your mark.
Your value proposition tells your customers what you’re selling. If you can’t explain this in less than eight seconds, your company will lose sales. Fix this now, or you’re going out of business.
Nothing is more critical to building a successful business than knowing what to focus your limited time and resources on. Who’s your target customer? What’s your most effective sales action? Which new skill will make your team flourish? Answer these questions correctly and you’ll understand why focus matters.
It’s easy to feel overwhelmed by today’s crisis. It’s even easier to ‘hope’ things will get better. As CEO-Founder, you need to take decisive action: get a clear picture of your business’s financial health, reposition your offering, and implement quick wins so your company is still active when the market rebounds.
My first full week of working from home made me realize that the lessons I learned while adapting to these unusual working conditions could be valuable to anyone who is launching and building a new business.