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Rohan Gilkes’ 27 Days to Building a Business Once and For All: Top Ten Techniques

rohanSeptember 3, 2016 by rohan

So today we pause for a sec to take stock of where we are and make sure there is a real path to building a million dollar company.

Where are we?  $4,781 in the first month of business. We will go into more details in the next post on how we got that but right now this post is really about how to get us to the $1 million mark from here.

What will that take? $85,000 per month or on average 16 jobs per day!

It’s doable. This video is the beginning of how…

How we plan to get from $5k per month to $85,000 per month

 

^This vid is worth watching, it’s super quick but it includes the top 10 things we’ll be doing on this journey.

Some are super simple, and some will seem like no-brainers…but we need to work and optimize well for each thing on this list.

And that brings me to…

How much time is spent marketing

So I wanted to take a quick second to talk about this.  Actual time and effort.  For me, building a business should be like 80% marketing.  8 out of every 10 hours should be spent marketing the business.  So everything you can do to streamline operations should be done to free up marketing time.

And that’s what we will need to get to the next step. A crazy, obsessive devotion to marketing the business at every turn, on multiple channels, and for as many hours per day as possible.

We’re getting there.

September should be fun 🙂


Peek over my shoulder as I share everything on my journey to $100,000 in monthly revenue.

We’re learning a lot and so will you.

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About the Author

Startup entrepreneur , writer, and local brand builder. I’ve launched and grown several companies, generated millions in revenue, and along the way allowed thousands of people to peek over my shoulder to see what works. What follows is the 80/20 approach to building a successful business.