Episode #1106
The Best Kind of Growth (pre-tax growth)
August 11, 2019

In episode #1106, we discuss the best kind of growth. Tune in to hear which type of growth is best for your business.

TIME-STAMPED SHOW NOTES:

  • [00:25] Today’s Topic: The Best Kind of Growth
  • [00:35] Spend less than you make.
  • [00:45] “Revenue is vanity, profit is sanity.”
  • [01:45] Financial advisors take a cut of what you make.
  • [02:05] You want pre-tax growth, because you want to spend your money before taxes.
  • [03:11] The best way to look at it is: If something works for you, go all in on that tactic.
  • [04:30] Neil used to do some angel investing, but it has slowed down.
  • [04:43] He has been investing in venture funds.
  • [05:25] You can get a great return on investing in venture funds.
  • [05:41] The best kind of growth is investing in yourself.
  • [06:05] You build brand power by investing in yourself.
  • [06:51] That’s it for today!
  • [06:55] To attend our Growth Accelerator Mastermind, go to the Marketing School site for more information and to apply.

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