141: What it takes to build & scale a $100M lifestyle brand with Jake Kassan
Do you want to know what it really takes to build a $100 million business and brand? Then this episode is for you.
Posted by: Austin Brawner on May 03, 2018
If you go to a conference and get a new idea, you can go in and execute it. As your business and team scales up, it’s no longer possible to implement your ideas immediately. You need to plan and get your team involved.
Many businesses get stuck here and never move forward. They feel momentum but can’t take advantage of it because they can’t effectively manage their marketing at scale. This leads to stress, burnout and missed opportunities.
How do you transition from doing everything right away to having to plan it out and delegate it out? This often requires taking a step back before stepping forward. In today’s episode, we’re going to share a 3 step process to help you manage your marketing at scale.
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