Paul Jarvis is the author of Company of One: Why Staying Small Is the Next Big Thing for Business. What is the key to success in business was to work for yourself, book your own work hours, while becoming profitable at the same time? If you want to listen to our archives, click here!
Paul is a software designer, author, online course developer, and even worked with Shaquille O'Neal to develop one of Shaq's first websites. he's worked for himself for 20 years. He doesn't work 80 hour weeks to make tons of money. He works hard on the right things, at the right time, to control his own schedule.
In this episode we talk about:
- Finding purpose with how we make money
- Why we need to generate profits now and can worry about projected growth later
- How working for yourself can provide you more freedom to do what you want
- Why growth hacking is a stupid term and doesn't work for everyone's company
Read Paul's book, Company of One
Paul's website is here.
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31:49Paul Jarvis is the author of Company of One: Why Staying Small Is the Next Big Thing for Business. What is the key to success in business was to work for yourself, book your own work hours, while becoming profitable at the same time? If you want to listen to our archives, click here! Paul is a software designer, author, online course developer, and even worked with Shaquille O'Neal to develop one of Shaq's first websites. he's worked for himself for 20 years. He doesn't work 80 hour weeks to make tons of money. He works hard on the right things, at the right time, to control his own schedule. In this episode we talk about: Finding purpose with how we make money Why we need to generate profits now and can worry about projected growth later How working for yourself can provide you more freedom to do what you want Why growth hacking is a stupid term and doesn't work for everyone's company Read Paul's book, Company of One Paul's website is here.
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