Introducing the “Oh Shit’o’meter”

Introducing the “Oh Shit’o’meter”

Did your “Oh Shit’o’meter” go off this morning?

I was introduced to an interesting concept at one of our One Percent Club meetings last month – The “Oh Shit’o’meter”.

We were talking about problem staff – how to deal with them, when and how to get rid of them, and how to tell the difference between an A-player and a B-player.

Or more likely, the difference between a B-player, and a D-player.

One Percenter Chris introduced us all to the concept which helps you tell INSTANTLY when you’ve got a bad apple in your team, or when you’ve got a superstar whom you can’t function without.

If that person calls in sick in the morning, and your instant reaction isn’t “oh shit!”, then you’ve got a D-player.

If you react with a shrug of the shoulders, or even relief, then that person isn’t crucial to the success of your business, and you should probably consider their long term future.

But if your Oh Shit’o’meter is sounding the alarm loud and proud, you’ve probably got a superstar there who you rely heavily on. Look after them!!

What does your Oh Shit’o’meter tell you about YOUR team?

Some more Big ideas

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#ALB37 How Neville Wright turned 37p and his Dad’s ladder into a £100 million empire

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How Jon Monks doubled his sales whilst working half as hard

“John and Jason have been there and done it and don’t have an ego about it like many others.

I know I am better organised, better planned and prepared and more likely to succeed sooner, thanks to their wisdom and experience.”

Matt Tricot - 1upsearch

"Two normal blokes from Plymouth" John and Jason have been working together, building businesses for over two decades!

They're the anti-gurus with a strong dislike of psuedo business psycho-babble. Their no-nonsense, straightforward approach with relateable and valuable advice has won them followers from all over the world. They've helped hundreds of business owners improve their businesses and lives.

The King of Can-do and the 'Lazy' Entrepreneur have a mountain of knowledge they're happy to share.

Could you DOUBLE your business 1% at a time?

Could you grow your business by just 1% this week? That doesn’t sound too hard, does it? Well, if you could grow your business by just 1% every week, after 69 weeks, you’d have DOUBLED your business!

These 1% gains are the same techniques used by the British Cycling Team that helped them turn a bunch of “also-rans” into world beaters, notching up forty-two medals in the last four Olympics, as well as winning six of the last seven Tour De France races.

The One Percent Club will show you EXACTLY how to implement these 1% gains into your business, and how they can stack up to REALLY grow your business.

John released his first book “Big Ideas… for Small Businesses” in 2017, and it shot straight to the #1 bestseller list for Small Business and Entrepreneurship on Amazon, outselling books by Richard Branson, Alan Sugar and Duncan Bannatyne combined.

Since then, it’s sold thousands and thousands of copies all over the world, and attracted more than 100 five-star reviews. But more importantly, it’s changed the lives of small business owners all over the world, who now understand that running a lifestyle business isn’t a bad thing.

I think you’ll like it…

PO Box 74,
Plymouth, PL7 1ZN

What would this look like if it were easy?

What would this look like if it were easy?

what would this look like if it were easy?

“What would this look like if it were easy?”

I first heard Tim Ferriss use this phrase a few years ago, and it activated that lazy part of my brain, that wants everything to be easy.

I hate hard things.

I hate complex.

I hate layer upon layer of red tape. (Probably why it didn’t work out for me as a Civil Servant!)

I watched the Leonardo DiCaprio film Inception once. It’s a bloody good film, and I thoroughly enjoyed it. I’ve no idea what happened in 90% of it though, and would struggle to recap the plotline for you right now.

It was just too complex. Whilst I can still recite every line of Pulp Fiction word-for-word. (Anyone for a Big Kahuna Burger?)

Because I’m a lazy bugger, I avoid things that are hard. And that *could* mean that I just don’t do a LOT of things.

Or…

I could see if I could make them easy.

Take the ALB podcast. (http://www.bigidea.co.uk/podcast)

If we’d done the podcast “properly” when we launched in 2016, we’d have spent thousands of pounds on equipment. It would have taken us weeks of training to learn how to use it all.

We’d have spent 10 hours prepping each week, and recording 3 hours of audio to end up with a 40 minute episode. Each episode would have been edited to within an inch of its life.

We’d have had to employ researchers, sound technicians, marketers, and committed to treating it as a full time job.

Or…

We could buy a £50 mic from Amazon. Turn it on, sit down with Jason, and start yapping.

Record everything in one take, and upload to Libsyn (a single platform that populates iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify etc).

We made podcasting easy.

And because it was easy, we stuck at it.

Even when we only had 20 subscribers after 6 months. If podcasting had been hard, we’d have given up then. We’d have placed podcasting on the “too hard” pile as Charlie Munger calls it.

And here we are now, two years in. About to record our fiftieth episode. Yep, 50 episodes.

Even as we go along now, we’re still finding ways to make it easy.

Batching the recordings, so that we can get three months worth of episodes “in the can” rather than rushing to record last minute.

Getting a sound engineer to polish up the quality.

Having One Percenters on as guests, so we know their stories inside out, and can delve deep into the whys and hows of their success.

Asking Vicky to watch each episode upfront, see any edits we’ve missed, and pull out the main learning points and quotable lines from each one.

What have YOU put off doing because it’s “too hard”?

It might be worth having a browse through your “too hard” pile, and just asking yourself that simple question…

“What would this look like if it were easy?”

Some more Big ideas

Hula Hooping for self confidence!

Introducing the O’Shitometer

#ALB37 How Neville Wright turned 37p and his Dad’s ladder into a £100 million empire

#ALB49 ThreeSixty Mortgages podcast

How Jon Monks doubled his sales whilst working half as hard

“John and Jason have been there and done it and don’t have an ego about it like many others.

I know I am better organised, better planned and prepared and more likely to succeed sooner, thanks to their wisdom and experience.”

Matt Tricot - 1upsearch

"Two normal blokes from Plymouth" John and Jason have been working together, building businesses for over two decades!

They're the anti-gurus with a strong dislike of psuedo business psycho-babble. Their no-nonsense, straightforward approach with relateable and valuable advice has won them followers from all over the world. They've helped hundreds of business owners improve their businesses and lives.

The King of Can-do and the 'Lazy' Entrepreneur have a mountain of knowledge they're happy to share.

Could you DOUBLE your business 1% at a time?

Could you grow your business by just 1% this week? That doesn’t sound too hard, does it? Well, if you could grow your business by just 1% every week, after 69 weeks, you’d have DOUBLED your business!

These 1% gains are the same techniques used by the British Cycling Team that helped them turn a bunch of “also-rans” into world beaters, notching up forty-two medals in the last four Olympics, as well as winning six of the last seven Tour De France races.

The One Percent Club will show you EXACTLY how to implement these 1% gains into your business, and how they can stack up to REALLY grow your business.

John released his first book “Big Ideas… for Small Businesses” in 2017, and it shot straight to the #1 bestseller list for Small Business and Entrepreneurship on Amazon, outselling books by Richard Branson, Alan Sugar and Duncan Bannatyne combined.

Since then, it’s sold thousands and thousands of copies all over the world, and attracted more than 100 five-star reviews. But more importantly, it’s changed the lives of small business owners all over the world, who now understand that running a lifestyle business isn’t a bad thing.

I think you’ll like it…

PO Box 74,
Plymouth, PL7 1ZN

The customer ISN’T always right…

The customer ISN’T always right…

The Customer ISN’T Always Right

You should never listen to your customers.

OK, maybe not “never”…

But they’re NOT always right.

You SHOULD regularly poll your customers and solicit feedback from them on how you’re doing, and how you can make things better.

I like to do this by asking four open-ended questions:

1. What should we KEEP doing?
2. What should be START doing?
3. What should we STOP doing?
4. Is there ANYTHING else I need to know?

This usually tells me everything I need to know, what’s working, what’s not, where the fires need putting out, and where the opportunities lie.

But every now and then, you’ll get a small, vocal minority of customers who will tell you they want something.

It could be a new product or service.

It could be a change to the existing setup.

Listen to them at your peril.

When making any wholesale changes to your product or service, be sure to test the waters with a small group, then a larger group, and finally your whole customer base.

But don’t just drop it on them, like “New Coke” did back in the eighties.

We made this fatal error earlier this year.

A handful of customers were yelling and screaming that they wanted changes made to a service that had been up and running for over four years. Their ideas made logical sense, and so we rolled it out to everyone.

And everyone HATED the changes.

Sure, the four or five people who asked for it were happy enough. But the two hundred or so who were perfectly happy with the service as it was, were suddenly up in arms, and cancelling their membership in droves.

We’d thrown the baby out with the bathwater. And the rubber duck. And the little stone you use to take the dead skin off your feet.

It didn’t take us long to notice that we’d made a big FUBAR here, and quickly closed this new service, reverting to the tried and tested that people knew and loved.

When it came time to make some tweaks to the One Percent Club for our last intake, we were very careful to poll all current members first, with the open-ended questions above.

We knew what parts of the OPCC they loved, so we left those well alone.

We found out those elements that nobody cared about. And we dropped them.

We discovered what was REALLY important to our One Percenters, and designed the changes around them.

We found some fires, and we put them out.

We stumbled across some new opportunities, and we explored them.

We didn’t react to everyone’s suggestions – many wanted contrasting things, and some wanted the moon on a stick. But we did LISTEN to everyone.

If you do nothing else over this “quiet” Christmas / New Year period, just sending those four simple questions to your current customers will provide you with a treasure trove of opportunities to exploit in 2019.

ps. If you want to be part of the new improved One Percent Club in 2019, doors open in March. You can join the VIP waiting list at http://www.bigidea.co.uk/opcc

 

2019. What DON’T you want?

2019. What DON’T you want?

The world and his Facebook feed will be full of New Year’s Resolutions later this week (if yours isn’t already!), and I’m thinking about things a little differently this year.

First of all, my 2019 goals were planned out in October as usual, which means I’ve already started laying the foundations for them (and have even ticked two off already!), and can hit the ground running in January.

But when I was planning out my goals, I gave just as much thought to what I DIDN’T want, as I did to all the things I wanted to achieve.

Sure, I want to grow. I want to make more money. I want to have nice holidays, and better health. Blah, Blah, Cliched Blah.

But MORE important was what I DIDN’T want.

Things that I was currently doing, that I don’t want to be doing.

Traps and unhelpful patterns and routines that I’ve fallen into this year (or previous years).

I don’t want to work hard.

I don’t want to value money over time.

I don’t want to do ANYTHING that I don’t love to do.

I don’t want to take stupid risks.

I don’t want to put work before health.

Most importantly of those for me is “I don’t want to value money over time.” I fell into this trap over the last few years of doing things because they pay well. I hated dealing with them, and resented every single second that I spent working on those projects.

So at the very top of my 2019 vision board are the words “TIME ABOVE ALL ELSE”.

That’s my #1 priority. The most valuable asset that I possess and treasure. I’ve going to protect it with my life.

Because I haven’t always done that in 2018, and I don’t want the same for 2019.

What don’t YOU want next year?

Some more Big ideas

Hula Hooping for self confidence!

Introducing the O’Shitometer

#ALB37 How Neville Wright turned 37p and his Dad’s ladder into a £100 million empire

#ALB49 ThreeSixty Mortgages podcast

How Jon Monks doubled his sales whilst working half as hard

“John and Jason have been there and done it and don’t have an ego about it like many others.

I know I am better organised, better planned and prepared and more likely to succeed sooner, thanks to their wisdom and experience.”

Matt Tricot - 1upsearch

"Two normal blokes from Plymouth" John and Jason have been working together, building businesses for over two decades!

They're the anti-gurus with a strong dislike of psuedo business psycho-babble. Their no-nonsense, straightforward approach with relateable and valuable advice has won them followers from all over the world. They've helped hundreds of business owners improve their businesses and lives.

The King of Can-do and the 'Lazy' Entrepreneur have a mountain of knowledge they're happy to share.

Could you DOUBLE your business 1% at a time?

Could you grow your business by just 1% this week? That doesn’t sound too hard, does it? Well, if you could grow your business by just 1% every week, after 69 weeks, you’d have DOUBLED your business!

These 1% gains are the same techniques used by the British Cycling Team that helped them turn a bunch of “also-rans” into world beaters, notching up forty-two medals in the last four Olympics, as well as winning six of the last seven Tour De France races.

The One Percent Club will show you EXACTLY how to implement these 1% gains into your business, and how they can stack up to REALLY grow your business.

John released his first book “Big Ideas… for Small Businesses” in 2017, and it shot straight to the #1 bestseller list for Small Business and Entrepreneurship on Amazon, outselling books by Richard Branson, Alan Sugar and Duncan Bannatyne combined.

Since then, it’s sold thousands and thousands of copies all over the world, and attracted more than 100 five-star reviews. But more importantly, it’s changed the lives of small business owners all over the world, who now understand that running a lifestyle business isn’t a bad thing.

I think you’ll like it…

PO Box 74,
Plymouth, PL7 1ZN

69 days to go…

69 days to go…

Every time I do a Q&A, or a talk, I get asked some variation of the “how do you get so much done” question. It’s happened so many times now, that I thought I’d write a post to tell you exactly I get so much done – and I can then save even more time, by pointing people here, instead of giving long-winded answers.

I used to work 100-hour weeks, pulling all-nighters and wearing my “hustle” as a badge of honour. Then I had kids, and my priorities changed BIG-time.

I now work 20 to 25 hours a week, yet I actually get MORE done than I used to in over a hundred.

Here are 7 things I do (or don’t do!) in order to get more stuff done in less time.

1. I don’t check email very often.

Inbox Zero isn’t something I value very highly. At any given point in time, I can have anything from just under a hundred, to more than a thousand unread emails in my inbox. And that’s fine with me.

There’s a famous saying that “your email inbox is everyone else’s to-do list.”

I was inspired by Tim Ferriss in his book “The Four Hour Work Week”, where Tim set up an autoresponder message, letting anyone who emailed him know that he only checked emails once a week on a Monday afternoon. If you were emailing Tim on a Tuesday morning, you had a long wait in store.

That seemed a bit extreme to me, but I do have my own version (You may well be reading this post as a result of my own autoresponder email message!), and I block out time to deal with emails when it fits into my diary (see creating a plan, below).

Sometimes this is once a day, other times it’s a couple of times a week, and occasionally, when my head is buried in book-writing mode, or an intense project that demands all of my time, energy, and focus, I won’t even look at emails for a week or two.

I have an assistant who does go into my email inbox on a daily basis, and she deals with a lot of my emails for me. She is able to filter and divert hundreds and hundreds of messages every week, so I never need to see them. She can also alert me to anything urgent that I need to look at, without me needing to dive into my inbox twenty times a day, and getting distracted all the time.

2. I triage everything

There’s an order to everything. Some things are more important than others. If you ever have to take a trip to your local Emergency Department, you’re likely to begin your journey in the Triage department. It’s their job to prioritise their resources to those who have a more urgent need.

The bloke dying of a heart attack jumps the queue ahead of the lady with a nasty cut on her leg, and she’s going to be seen before the guy nursing a black eye and a broken nose.

When I first went from 100+ hour weeks to 25-hour weeks, I did some 80/20 analysis. I worked out the 20% of tasks that gave me 80% of the results. And I stopped doing everything else.

My time is the most important resource I have, so I triage it.

I take care of the really important, urgent, time-critical things first. Then I focus my attention to non-urgent projects and tasks that move the needle for me – that give me the biggest bang for my buck.

Once those are done (and only then), I’ll start looking at other “stuff” – These could be emails from last week, paperwork that’s sat on my desk for a couple of weeks, or little jobs that have been waiting patiently for several months.

I don’t do things in the order they land on my desk. I do them in order of importance.

3. I create a plan, and stick to it.

If it’s not in my calendar, it doesn’t exist.

I live my life via my “Weekly Planner” (you can get your own copy of this here.), and have done so for the last six years. Every Friday afternoon, I plan out the following week, based on the “immovable objects” in my calendar, and my goals for the current quarter.

That allows me to easily see at a glance where the gaps are.

I can see where I can fit in a round of golf, or a gym session. Where I’m going to have time to look at emails, or where to batch my meetings.

And this plan rules me. I follow it to the letter. I stick to the schedule, and it gets me where I want to go. Sometimes I’ll deliberately leave some “gaps” open on the plan for contingencies, or dealing with the “stuff” that will inevitably get thrown my way.

But I don’t spend my days reacting to “stuff” in general – I stick to the plan like Sticky the Stick Insect, stuck on a sticky bun.

4. I don’t answer my phone.

Reasons I WILL answer my phone:

  1. We’ve booked a call in the diary, and it’s now the agreed time. (See sticking to the plan, above)
  2. You’re calling from my child’s school. (See Triage, also above)
  3. Erm, that’s about it.

Reasons I WON’T answer my phone:

  1. Everything else.

Being at the beck and call of my phone, dutifully answering it every time it rings takes me away from what I should be doing. It stops me in my tracks, and wastes valuable time that I should be spending working towards my goals. If we haven’t booked a call, and it’s not an emergency, I won’t be picking up!

My phone spends most of the day in “do not disturb” mode. The very first thing I do when getting a new phone is to turn off all of the notifications. I want my phone to serve me, and be available whenever I need it – not the other way around!

5. I know what I want to get done.

I’m not going to be the first person to talk about goal setting. But you know why everyone talks about goal setting?

Because it works. When I was working 100+ hour weeks, I didn’t really have any specific short term goals, beyond “earn a shit-load of money”. I didn’t have any focus for those 100+ hours, so I wasted them, doing all the “stuff” that I don’t touch anymore, reacting to every little thing around me.

Then I discovered the sweet spot of goal setting – Three BIG goals in 90 days. Three things are small enough to keep front of mind all the time, and ninety days is long enough to achieve something meaningful.

I wrote more about 90 day goal setting, and how to optimise it in my first book Big Ideas… for Small Businesses.

Because I always know what my BIG 3 are, it’s much easier to keep things on track, and ensure that the plan (See stick to the plan, above!) is pretty much guaranteed to take me to my goals. On the rare occasions that I do stray from the plan, having clear goals makes it much, much easier to get back on course.

6. I don’t have fifty tabs open.

You know how I can spot someone who’s wasting their own time? I send them a Facebook message, and get a reply within a minute. I can usually email these same people, and get a reply within 5 minutes. They’ve got their inbox open in one tab, and Facebook in another.

They’ve probably got three or four other things that they’re “working on” or “researching” also open – as well as what they actually should be doing.

What used to happen to Internet Explorer (showing my age now!) when you had too many windows open? Yep, it would crash. And that’s what happens to your focus when you’ve got fifty tabs open.

If you’re working on one thing at a time (and you should be!), then you only need one or two tabs open. When I’m writing, I have one window open – the one I’m writing in.. and nothing else. I even turn music off, so it doesn’t distract me.

By now, you’re probably spotting a common theme throughout all these hacks – they keep me focused on what I’m supposed to be doing – the things that will take me towards the goals I’ve set myself.

7. I don’t hang around on Facebook all day.

And I don’t watch TED talks when I’m supposed to be writing copy. I refuse to allow myself to be distracted by time-vampires – sucking the productive hours out of my day.

There’ll be plenty of time for dicking about on Facebook, binge-watching YouTube videos, or reading that book I’ve been wanting to get around to – after I’m finished with what I’m supposed to be doing.

The stuff that’s going to help me achieve my goals.

Anything else is just noise.

Some more Big ideas

Hula Hooping for self confidence!

Introducing the O’Shitometer

#ALB37 How Neville Wright turned 37p and his Dad’s ladder into a £100 million empire

#ALB49 ThreeSixty Mortgages podcast

How Jon Monks doubled his sales whilst working half as hard

“John and Jason have been there and done it and don’t have an ego about it like many others.

I know I am better organised, better planned and prepared and more likely to succeed sooner, thanks to their wisdom and experience.”

Matt Tricot - 1upsearch

"Two normal blokes from Plymouth" John and Jason have been working together, building businesses for over two decades!

They're the anti-gurus with a strong dislike of psuedo business psycho-babble. Their no-nonsense, straightforward approach with relateable and valuable advice has won them followers from all over the world. They've helped hundreds of business owners improve their businesses and lives.

The King of Can-do and the 'Lazy' Entrepreneur have a mountain of knowledge they're happy to share.

Could you DOUBLE your business 1% at a time?

Could you grow your business by just 1% this week? That doesn’t sound too hard, does it? Well, if you could grow your business by just 1% every week, after 69 weeks, you’d have DOUBLED your business!

These 1% gains are the same techniques used by the British Cycling Team that helped them turn a bunch of “also-rans” into world beaters, notching up forty-two medals in the last four Olympics, as well as winning six of the last seven Tour De France races.

The One Percent Club will show you EXACTLY how to implement these 1% gains into your business, and how they can stack up to REALLY grow your business.

John released his first book “Big Ideas… for Small Businesses” in 2017, and it shot straight to the #1 bestseller list for Small Business and Entrepreneurship on Amazon, outselling books by Richard Branson, Alan Sugar and Duncan Bannatyne combined.

Since then, it’s sold thousands and thousands of copies all over the world, and attracted more than 100 five-star reviews. But more importantly, it’s changed the lives of small business owners all over the world, who now understand that running a lifestyle business isn’t a bad thing.

I think you’ll like it…

PO Box 74,
Plymouth, PL7 1ZN

Who wants a camel?

Who wants a camel?

Is it just me, or has the world suddenly been overrun with people dishing out advice that they’re just not qualified to give?

Advice that actually isn’t advice.

It’s an opinion.

And an uninformed, uneducated one at that.

It’s often those “empty vessels” that make the most noise, shouting their opinions over everyone else, and railroading everyone into doing things their way.

This is why I don’t do committees.

I’ve been asked to join so many committees over the years, and now my default answer is “no way.”

I’ve wasted too much time sat around a table whilst a committee of people who know nothing about copywriting or marketing decide the “best” things to include on their latest leaflet campaign.

I’ll put my two penneth worth in. Explaining how I’ve been learning and implementing marketing strategies for the last two decades. Demonstrating some of the scientific and psychological reasons behind my reasoning.

“IT NEEDS TO BE ORANGE.”

“OUR LOGO NEEDS TO BE BIGGER”

“HOW ABOUT MY HEADLINE?”

“NO, MINE’S BETTER”

“HOW ABOUT WE CHANGE THIS WORD IN THE FOURTH PARAGRAPH?”

Kill. Me. Now.

They say if you ask a committee to design a horse, you’ll end up with a camel.

I’ve made that mistake too.

We were revamping our email followup sequence for new members on our sports betting website earlier this year. It was really important to get it right, so we assembled a committee.

I was there.

So was our Marketing guy.

And the agency we outsource some of our copywriting and funnel-building to.

And our Ops Director.

And our Managing Director.

Five people, all critiquing every word of every line, of every email.

Including the most highly-paid people in the organisation.

We were probably paying upwards of £1,000 an hour to assemble this committee.

And we got nowhere. We ended up with a camel.

In the end, we scrapped the committee, and asked the Marketing guy (who writes brilliant copy) to write the copy. Then he got the agency to cast an eye over it and suggest improvements, before finally passing it onto the MD for final approval.

Much quicker, much more effective, and much less stressful.

By all means, listen to feedback and take advice from experts. But just make sure they’re actually qualified to be giving you that advice.

And don’t end up with a camel…

Some more Big ideas

Hula Hooping for self confidence!

Introducing the O’Shitometer

#ALB37 How Neville Wright turned 37p and his Dad’s ladder into a £100 million empire

#ALB49 ThreeSixty Mortgages podcast

How Jon Monks doubled his sales whilst working half as hard

“John and Jason have been there and done it and don’t have an ego about it like many others.

I know I am better organised, better planned and prepared and more likely to succeed sooner, thanks to their wisdom and experience.”

Matt Tricot - 1upsearch

"Two normal blokes from Plymouth" John and Jason have been working together, building businesses for over two decades!

They're the anti-gurus with a strong dislike of psuedo business psycho-babble. Their no-nonsense, straightforward approach with relateable and valuable advice has won them followers from all over the world. They've helped hundreds of business owners improve their businesses and lives.

The King of Can-do and the 'Lazy' Entrepreneur have a mountain of knowledge they're happy to share.

Could you DOUBLE your business 1% at a time?

Could you grow your business by just 1% this week? That doesn’t sound too hard, does it? Well, if you could grow your business by just 1% every week, after 69 weeks, you’d have DOUBLED your business!

These 1% gains are the same techniques used by the British Cycling Team that helped them turn a bunch of “also-rans” into world beaters, notching up forty-two medals in the last four Olympics, as well as winning six of the last seven Tour De France races.

The One Percent Club will show you EXACTLY how to implement these 1% gains into your business, and how they can stack up to REALLY grow your business.

John released his first book “Big Ideas… for Small Businesses” in 2017, and it shot straight to the #1 bestseller list for Small Business and Entrepreneurship on Amazon, outselling books by Richard Branson, Alan Sugar and Duncan Bannatyne combined.

Since then, it’s sold thousands and thousands of copies all over the world, and attracted more than 100 five-star reviews. But more importantly, it’s changed the lives of small business owners all over the world, who now understand that running a lifestyle business isn’t a bad thing.

I think you’ll like it…

PO Box 74,
Plymouth, PL7 1ZN

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