Bootstrapped entrepreneurs don’t always get the support they need.
In this episode, Mike talks about “leveling up” with every new business venture, how bookkeeping can double your business, and why you need to prepare for customer support from the very beginning.
Almost immediately after moving to Denver, Brandon Washington realized that a church that would thrive in Dallas—his former home—would not survive in his new city.
In planting The Embassy Church, Brandon learned to navigate the uniqueness of his church’s community.
He shares his thoughts in this episode.
Account-based marketing: defining your ideal customer (including current customers), then targeting your messaging around that ideal.
Click here to learn how to dissect the customers you’ve already won, align your content and messaging, and choose the right channels to find prospects online.
When you face difficult sales challenges, what do you do?
Try harder? Work longer? How about, instead, assembling a cross-purpose team and attacking the problem together?
That’s the idea behind “Dealstorming.” Click here to learn more.
One of a church planter’s nightmares is getting to the day of launch and doing everything themselves.
To avoid that nightmare, you need a team.
Listen in to hear Danny Schulz from Sun City Church in Spokane Valley, WA share the three most effective online strategies he used to recruit a launch team.
Marketing and sales usually operate independently, but they share the same basic goals.
We recently sat down with Karim Hafez, Director of Enterprise Sales for DoubleDutch, to talk about how to better align your company’s Sales & Marketing efforts. Click here to gain instant insight.
One of the biggest mistakes in church planting is hiring any warm body just because you need help.
In this episode you’ll hear Jim Essian, lead pastor at The Paradox Church in downtown Ft. Worth, tell you the first role you should hire and explain whether or not you should hire within your church.
Up until about his church has about 200 attenders, a pastor can power through with passion or talent. But if he wants to grow beyond that, he’s going to need some help.
In this episode, Michael Lukaszewski, Founder and CEO of Church Fuel, shares some practical tips for numerical church growth . . . and gives a bold message to those who say church numbers don’t matter.
Conferences are not just about the speakers.
Speakers are great, but attendees have the unique opportunity to network with thousands of their peers—something that may only happen once a year.
In this episode Dan Franks, co-founder and co-organizer of Podcast Movement, shares how to get the most out of every spare minute of your next conference.
Cold calling might get you one or two meetings out of a hundred. But warm intros and referrals? You’ll probably meet with at least 80% of those prospects.
We interviewed Bubba Page, founder of Outro, and learned an effective way to get more customer referrals in a fraction of the time—making your job 10 times easier.