‘People’ tell me that the larger your business gets it becomes inevitable innovation will slow down. Who are these people who say this? I challenge why does innovation have to slow down when you get bigger?
Seth Godin said in a tired voice at the TED conference ‘Average people, doing average things for average people – this is good we need average, how can others shine if there is no average’.
I want to continue on our quest to do things differently, to play, explore, and have fun. Does it now need to be ‘Enterprise level solutions’ robust, rigid, slow?  Can I have robust, scalable, and innovative? I believe that process sets us free…. But the process cannot kill spontaneity and creativity. Being an entrepreneur is about risk taking.
“Success is nothing more than a few simple disciplines, practised every day, while failure is simply a few errors in judgment, repeated every day. It is the accumulative weight of our disciplines and our judgments that lead us to either fortune or failure.”
Jim Rohn
A disciplined approach to creativity I say. Learning from our failures, no matter how expensive, but not repeating them. As a mentor once said to me, ‘it might have been an expensive mistake – but what did you learn – I hope it was a big lesson.’

Grow & Scale Your Business by Naomi Simson

Tell Naomi a little bit about your business by completing the questions below. (It will take less than 60 seconds)

Answering your #1 Biggest Business Challenge question tip: 

Go beyond just saying "Poor Cashflow" or "Unreliable Team". 

Instead, give Naomi details & specifics on how this is currently your #1 Biggest Business Challenge. 

I.e. "Every month I'm struggling to pay my bills on time because there just isn't consistent cash flow coming into the business. I've tried sticking to budgets in the past & pay myself less to keep some extra funds aside for emergencies, but still every month there seems to be another financial fire to be put out. I don't know what to do about it, so I'm just grinding it out."

 

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