In the world of business, one of the most commonly thrown around phrases is scalability. Whether it’s referring to growing a business or something different, we tend to look at scalability in a different light.
At the end of the day, relying on just people is not going to help you continue scaling. What’s most important is having a solid process in place that is backed by a trusted product.
Hey everyone, thanks for checking out another bonus episode of the new market show, catch us up catching us on Instagram, TV, YouTube, our site, wherever you’re getting this content, we appreciate you today, I want to talk about a common thing that we hear a lot in business and a common challenge that a lot of people have, and it all about scalability.
So I want you to understand that people do not scale. You know, people can only they have a breaking point, they have a point where they can no longer be effective. But what does scale our products and processes. So anytime you do something within your organization, if you can turn it into a product, that the revenue for the product will scale where if somebody was doing that on a one off basis, it wouldn’t be as scalable and it wouldn’t achieve the same type of growth. The other thing that does scale our processes.
Now when you have a process in place, you then have a way and a methodology to go ahead and Tell multiple people how to do the same thing in the same fashion. Think about baking. baking recipes scale because there’s a blueprint. And there’s a methodical approach to getting things done product scale, because it’s a one to many type of thing versus you know, a person implementing it or doing it where that’s a one to one type of situation.
So, if you want to scale your business, if you want to scale your marketing plan, think automation, think products, think processes. And then I think that you’re going to see things a little bit differently when you remove the people out of it. Remember, people aren’t ever acquired, but companies with products and good processes are.
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