If you have a limited liability company, an S Corp, a C Corp, a partnership, or anything that’s formal and a legal entity, you need to hold an annual meeting in your business and document certain things that have been decided.
In this episode, Kevin Rogers and Rachel Mazza share their EOS journey and how, together, they have created a rocket-fueled business. With Kevin as the visionary of Copy Chief, and Rachel Mazza as the integrator, they have clearly defined their roles, allowing them to approach their business with clarity and accountability.
It’s almost Thanksgiving! It’s also a great time of year to understand what quarterly and annual planning should look like because, as an entrepreneur, you want to schedule your success and not lose traction.
With the increase of cyber-attacks in our world today, it’s no longer a matter of if but when. Whether it’s through identity fraud or information breach, getting your security and your company’s security compromised could cost you everything you’ve worked for.
Business owners and entrepreneurs need to reimagine entrepreneurial success and keep it simple, practical, and powerful. Although tax isn’t always practical, the practical part is being able to have a better understanding of what needs to be done as well as when and how it needs to be done.
Over the years, we have seen how the way we’re setting and achieving our goals has evolved. A huge part of our growth and traction is the Entrepreneurial Operating System (EOS) that we’ve implemented in our business.
Not all sales are created equal. There are several reasons that that happens. One of those reasons is that every decision is a profit decision where profit is measured in time, energy, and money. Therefore, when we sell something, it requires time, energy, and money.
If you’re running an ecommerce business and you’re ready to grow your business, two of the most important things you need to consider are to run an email marketing campaign and set some automations in place.