5 Key Ingredients for Businesses looking to Scale

1. A suitable business plan and product

2. Systems and Procedures

3. A Strategy For Growth

4 Embrace Automation

5. Be A Good Leader

In Conclusion

  • Analyze your business plan and product to make sure it’s suitable.
  • Instate clear systems and procedures.
  • Formulate a strategy for growth.
  • Embrace automation.
  • Work on being a good leader.

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I’m Philip J. Keezer, president and founder of management consulting firm Grindstone Capital. Dedicated to hard work, learning, positivity and accountability.

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