Often a large majority of potential revenue lies within your existing client and partner ecosystem. Many business owners do not realize how much revenue can be produced with what they already have. Growth does not mean you necessarily have to scale your business or your team.
In today’s episode of Down The Rabbit Hole, your host, Rob Turley, Co-Founder & Co-CEO at White Rabbit Intel, delves deep into the mind of Khalil Stultz. Khalil is an expert growth architect. He has been successful in building successful businesses with little to no resources.
Khalil and Rob discuss how making the proper use of existing resources while lacking the capital needed to make significant investments in marketing, and new employees can be as effective as having the budget to throw at the problem. Growth does not have to be a resource-heavy achievement. It can be done, but the question is... “How?”
Airs this Thursday, 06-10-2021 @10:00-11:00 AM EST
Scaling requires more resources, while growth does not. Growth can be blood squeezed from the blood bag disguised as a stone.
Adjacent competition is more than likely one of the most powerful partnership moves a business can establish. They are not your enemy.
There is power in “thinking broke.” Almost all entrepreneurs have been there and experienced it. Being broke forces people to become as resourceful as possible and make the most out of what you’ve got, so getting into that mindset, even with funds available, can create incredibly profitable opportunities by stretching resources to their limit.
As an Operating Partner of I Know A Guy Network, Khalil brings his experience as an investor and entrepreneur to the table. Before launching I Know A Guy Network with G. Wayne, Khalil churned and burned in the field of phone sales, converting cold calls into cold hard cash.
Khalil now works with business owners so that they don’t have to waste their time with outdated and inefficient marketing methods.
His growth strategies have grown his business, and he’s excited about doing the same for others.
Khalil and his wife Precious have been married for eight years and have three boys. He and his wife raise their family in Central Florida, and they love traveling just as much as they love lounging at the beach.
To reach out to Khalil - Go here: https://directkonnection.com/training/.