Are YOU The Next Richard Branson?
3 Secrets to Building Your Million Dollar Business
Today’s blog post is from entrepreneur and money expert Mara Hoover. She suggests that all of us take Sir Branson’s advice to heart…and to our business. Read on!
Richard Branson is well known for his “out of the box” thinking and style. Think about it: is sending people to space really a feasible business model? He seems to have proven that it is with a resounding YES!
Sir Branson says, “A business has to be involving, it has to be fun, and it has to exercise your creative instincts.”
Let’s apply Sir Richard’s principles to your business:
Involving – Owning a business that is “involving” is like walking a tightrope over Niagara Falls; there is a big difference between feeling involved and feeling inundated. The key here is to discover your core values, explore how those relate to your area of genius, and then hire a team to support you in accomplishing the stuff that’s not necessarily your “love.” In other words, work your genius and hire your weakness.
Fun – On a scale of 1 to 10, how much fun are you having in your business right now? To take your fun factor to a whole new level requires building a community that supports you in doing what you love most. When you are able to focus on expanding your business, the fun factor can turn up to a 10!
Creative – Creativity is the last secret to building your million dollar business. Are you injecting your business with your U-Factor? In other words, are you using your self-expression to add your personality and your brand into your business at every level? people don’t buy your product or service, they buy YOU!
What do you think are the secrets to success? Please post in the comments below.
To dive deeper into these 3 principles, join Mara Hoover, the creator of the FemmePowerU Framework, at the 2 upcoming events:
Small Business Workshop in Orange County on October 29 (VIP tickets only $25, includes lunch)
Inspiration 2020 Global Success Conference in LA on November 9-10 (Tickets are FREE with code 7777).