A 30 minute training to go from owning a stressful job to owning a money-making machine.

In this free training, you’ll learn: 

  • Why most businesses fail.
  • The difference between a business that's a machine vs a business that's a job that you happen to own. 
  • The three sources of money for every business. 
  • How to get back control (of time and money) from your business. 
  • Why most business owners make less than $100k in income. 
  • The 16 drivers that drive revenue, profit and cash flow in every business (that you need to watch like a hawk).

About the Training

There are three traps that most business owners find themselves in:

Trap #1
: You're working too hard and making little money.

Trap #2: You're stuck in a Catch-22. You want to grow your business, but you need cash to do so. However, you can't get more cash without growing your business.

Trap #3: You are the business. If you take two weeks off, a week off, or even a day off, your business doesn't run as smoothly.

How to Escape

Business owners can escape the business owners' trap by growing a money-making machine.

This means that your business is:

  • Becoming more profitable each year.
  • It’s producing consistent cash flow on a regular basis.
  • It’s owner is working on the business instead of in the business.

To have a successful business (however you define success), you need one thing: a business that's a money-making machine.

To be able to sell your business one day for top dollar, you need one thing: a business that's a money-making machine.

To be able to take home more money and have more control over your time, you need one thing: a business that's a money-making machine.

Go From Owning a Stressful Job to Owning a Successful Business

Think of your business as a machine. And, your machine has one job: to make money

Businesses that are great at making money can: 

  • Re-invest back into their business (e.g., hire more people, do more marketing). 
  • Expand their business. 
  • Allow you to be a true CEO instead of owning a stressful job. 
  • Allow you to take out more cash from your business each month.

However, businesses that are not great at making money:

  • Eventually go out of business.
  • Constantly struggle to grow.
  • Have an owner who is consistently stressed out, overworked and underpaid.

Sadly, most businesses are not great at making money which is why 50% of all businesses never make it to their fifth birthday.