The Right Business Model
80% percent of all businesses fail within five years, and smaller enterprises are even more vulnerable. Too many business owners work themselves and their teams into the ground, never knowing why they can’t turn a profit. The result is often a tremendous loss of revenue and employees. Inspiring your team is critical to any business’ success, and it can’t happen unless you have the direction and a vision to lead them with. But what’s missing for many small business owners today is a fundamental underlying model that will allow them to focus on the things that matter most for long-term success
Joining us for our discussion on The Right Business Model is Rich Allen who is calling in from his Dallas Area office. Rich Allen is a visionary business adviser who brings big-picture wisdom to small business owners and helps them find a unique place in the market. Combining his passion for small enterprise with experience as a senior executive, he hosts a weekly radio show, the “Ultimate Business Tune Up.” His new book is The Ultimate Business Tune Up: A Simple Yet Powerful Business Model That Will Transform the Lives of Small Business Owners.
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