Slingshot Strategies

How large do you want your business to grow?

You’ve made your first million in revenue, but you envision something bigger and greater for your business. A business grows steadily up to a certain threshold, where its capacity is maxed. You can’t take on additional contracts or staff. At this equilibrium point, growth flat-lines. If you try and push your team beyond its capacity, beyond the equilibrium point, retaining your value will get harder and harder.

To restart growth, you need to dip into resources, investing time and money to restructure certain parts of your business.

Patrick Lee likens this dip to drawing back on the band of a slingshot. Upon release, the slingshot launches your business on to new exponential levels of growth. Patrick helps business owners determine which major inhibitors to growth are keeping them on the plateau, and which specific slingshot strategies can relaunch them.

Take the assessment today to find out what your Slingshot Strategy should include.

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