Sep 24, 2023
Exciting opportunity for small to medium business owners employing 5-30 team members. Are you ready to learn, grow, and invest in your ongoing development? Don't miss out on our latest podcast featuring a special guest who shares invaluable insights for business success.
What do you think is the most challenging part of growing a small business? According to Tristan, one of the hardest aspects of business is the never-endingness. There is no finish line, he continued. There is no such thing as halftime, quarter-time, or anything else. But he also emphasizes the significance of fusing purpose, advancement, and profit.
"The New One Minute Manager" by Ken Blanchard, a brief but effective book, is Tristan's favorite business book. The three One Minute Secrets—One Minute Goals, One Minute Praise, and One Minute Redirects—were highlighted.
Regarding professional development, Tristan finds a great deal of benefit in long-term mentoring relationships with Verne Harnish, an entrepreneur. He also claims that the Scaling Up platform and book are a really wonderful idea.
The Michael Hyatt Full Focus Planner, according to Tristan, is a useful tool for small business success. The 10, 12, or 15, or even more of each quarterly that he used, filled up, and moved on to the next one are hidden away in his bookshelves, and they strongly impact him.
Finally, if Tristan could go back to day one of starting out, first and foremost, he would urge himself to be kind since developing relationships through being kind is essential. Additionally, try to avoid worrying about things that won't ultimately matter.
Book a 20-minute Growth Chat with Troy Trewin to see if you qualify for our upcoming course. Don't miss out on this opportunity to take your small business to new heights!
Enjoyed the podcast? Please leave a review on iTunes or your preferred platform. Your feedback helps more small business owners discover our podcast and embark on their business growth journey. 👇
“Success is a combination of purpose, progress, and profit.” —Tristan White
“You got to own it, you need to take the opportunity to be front and center to talk about their service-based businesses to be at the right place at the right time.” —Tristan White
“You need to be persistent. But be patient in the way you are persistent.” —Tristan White
“What's working now may not work tomorrow and may not work next week.” —Tristan White
“If we don't make it very clear what the expectations are of a job, we start training people well and reward them when they do what we want them to do.” —Tristan White