If your business is always bespoke, requires you to be involved, and isn’t systemised, then you don’t have a business, you have a job. Scale Expert Martin Norbury shares 6 ways to have a successful business whether you turn up or not.
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There’s only one challenge in business and it’s the same for any business, regardless of sector, size, region, product or service. Read Martin Norbury’s thoughts on what this one challenge is and how to overcome it in your business.
“I feel like for the 1st time in years I can see a better version of what I can do and how to actually implement it! So far it’s everything I hoped working with a business coach would be. Taking me to deeper water and helping me see how I can swim there.”
We’ve all been working in different environments and snatching at time, but it’s now vital that we get ourselves and our businesses back into a routine. Scalability Coach Martin Norbury explains more…
We don’t have the luxury of The Sorting Hat like Harry Potter did, to guide us or our business. But we do have the skills and tools to determine our future goals and put a plan in place to achieve these.
Yateley Silverbacks Basketball Club, sponsored by I don’t work Fridays, attracted some of the UK’s top basketball coaches to help train during their Summer Camp.
Martin Norbury challenges you to get good habits to deliver the numbers in your business, deliver your goals, and to stop procrastinating.
In 2004 Martin Norbury was appointed MD of a company that was losing £3m gross / £250k per month. Read the first thing he did to prepare himself.
“These strategies are just what I was looking for! I’ve just finished reading this book, and know instinctively that this is the way forward for my business. I had been looking for something like this, just didn’t know it – but I did upon reading!
Martin Norbury has taken a lot of time to think through the stream of understanding that has gone on through his life in terms of what he calls ‘scalability’. From when he was a kid, to teenage entrepreneur, to the various opportunities with huge and not so huge companies, he has isolated, identified and shared what was going on underneath the surface, that made him so successful.
And that’s very much to the benefit of the reader! I have a new person who is just starting with my existing tiny team – as a result of reading this book, I emailed and told her my thoughts about where we were going (even though they are not solidified yet) and was she up for that. She has just said yes, and how excited she is!
I felt so nervous sending that email, and yet so very pleased I did. A huge thank you to Martin, his life, his wife and children (all of them) – and for distilling his knowledge into an easy-to-read and applicable book.”
– J Magill
Most businesses play not to lose, rather than playing to win. When you play not to lose, you end up not committing 100%. But when you play to win, you give yourself the best opportunity.