Creating velocity in your business requires the bold step of relinquishing your grip on the daily operational grind. Letting go, delegating, and entrusting key responsibilities to capable individuals can set the stage for remarkable acceleration of growth and progress.
By freeing yourself from the minutiae, you gain invaluable space to focus on your strengths, strategic endeavors, innovation, and long-term planning.
Removing yourself from the day-to-day and building a team is a transformative process that allows your business to operate with increased efficiency and adaptability, ultimately propelling you toward personal freedom. In essence, it’s the catalyst for unleashing the full potential of your business and charting a course toward greater success.
Join the conversation with Joe Rare as he shares his entrepreneurship journey and how to remove yourself from the daily operation equation and scale your way to freedom.
Joe is an underground serial entrepreneur, investor, and outsourcing expert. He began with a door-to-door product sales business, which grew from a team of two to forty employees in under two years. He later sold the company after 27 months. His passion for sales was never deemed, but he discovered what his life’s work would be: building digital businesses.
Joe has built seven figures for multiple companies and a strong and growing real estate portfolio. He owns four digital companies today, including Level 9 Virtual, five wedding venues, and real estate investment properties. Joe focuses on helping small to medium-sized businesses worldwide while working from the comfort of his home.
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Key Highlights From The Show
[01:37] Intro and a quick bio of the guest, Joe Rare
[03:50] How the question “What happens if Joe dies” has inspired his journey
[05:46] How Joe removing himself from his business gave him freedom and money
[09:33] Building teams: the fastest way to build velocity in your business
[11:26] Inability to let go and how it suffocates money flow and growth
[15:24] What Joe does with his time after delegating everything
[18:08] How long it took Joe to build a business around his lifestyle
[22:03] The dust and potholes Joe's encountered in his entrepreneurship path
[26:14] The advantages of hiring a virtual assistant as an entrepreneur
[31:15] Joe’s one recommendation to entrepreneurs “Go Fail First.”
[33:24] How to reach out, connect, or learn more about Joe
[33:40] Ending the show
· Removing yourself from your business is all about putting teams in place, and it’s not easy; it takes strategy.
· The fastest way to freedom is financial and time resources; it’s easy to grow your business if you have time, but if you’re busy and don’t have time, you are the bottleneck.
· Self-realization and understanding of who you are, and your strengths are one of the most fundamental things if you are going to operate a company.
· The fastest thing you can do to create velocity in your business is to put somebody in place to take your weakness on.
· By providing opportunities to other people, you increase your own opportunities.
· Go fail first, make mistakes, and learn the lessons.
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