In today’s episode, I’ll be talking about the state of being and how it impacts business growth. I’m bringing you one of the guys who attended Uprising Five back in January 2020, Chad Schumacher. He is the CEO and founder of Allegory Goods, where they make these amazing handcrafted goods.
What You’ll Hear In This Episode
- A brief history of Allegory Goods.
- How did the state of being affected the growth of Chad’s business?
- What leads Chad and his business to success?
- How did Chad overcome his business’ plateau?
- How Chad defines what “being” is and how it affects businesses.
- What drives results as proposed by Chad?
- What Chad experienced in the Uprising Five event and how the entire process affected his business and family life?
- What are the biggest mistakes a lot of entrepreneurs make as mentioned by Chad?
- Why did Chad say that your game as a business owner is not about trying to meet a criterion? What is it truly all about?
- Who makes a difference in whether a business will thrive as proposed by Chad?
- How is customer service important in a business?
- Why are customer complaints an opportunity to build a long-term relationship with clients?
- How did Chad find an internal process and the right mindset of dealing with customer complaints?
- When did Chad go through a shift into a place of feeling worthy at a deeper level?
- What did Chad tell his younger self to clap some time and generate millions of sales quicker?
- You don’t, you need not have it all figured out before you move. You need to move. You will learn and grow faster.
- A quick rundown of what Allegory Goods’ products and services.
- What are the two pedals to this bicycle of purpose and profits that business owners need to understand?
- What happens to your business when you leverage on both pedals?
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