Topics We Explored:
- Why a “company of one” really means a company that questions growth – the mindset and the philosophy around business – rather than being a one-person business
- Why growth in and of itself isn’t inherently bad, but why it’s crucial to put critical thought into it
- How you can determine whether or not growing your company is right for you and the customers that you serve
- What you can do to learn to sustain your growth over the long-term and to be profitable in the middle-ground
- How you can still run a small business without having the mindset of playing small
“What is more? It’s like running towards the horizon. You feel like you’re making progress, but you’re chasing the infinite.” – Paul Jarvis (Tweet this.)
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About Paul Jarvis:
Paul Jarvis is a writer and designer who’s had his own company of one for the last two decades.
He’s worked with professional athletes like Steve Nash and Shaquille O’Neal, corporate giants like Microsoft and Mercedes-Benz, and entrepreneurs with online empires like Danielle LaPorte and Marie Forleo.
Currently he teaches popular online courses, hosts several podcasts and develops small but mighty software solutions. Paul’s ideas about growth have been featured in HuffPost, Forbes, Entrepreneur, European CEO, The Next Web, and Fast Company.
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