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weirdest way to scale your business

As I write this, summer is fast approaching. The days have gotten longer. The nights shorter. And despite waking up to 45 degree weather in Ohio, as I did today, the weather is much nicer too.


Summer brings with it a bunch of benefits for the free business owner, like yours truly:


  • Longer walks with Romeo (and more barefoot walks)

  • More camping trips

  • A few vacations

  • More shows to see


The list goes on.


And, it’s time to approach the scaling your business hack I first realized a couple of years ago.


Y’see, this hack helps your business grow by taking more vacations.


I don’t know if it’s because it shows your anti-neediness to prospects when you have entire weeks of the year turned off.


Or if your brain needs some time away from the regular hustle and bustle of running your own business, and you come back fresh with money-making ideas for your clients.


Or if it’s as simple as being laser-focused for a few weeks before vacation so that you triple your productivity, and grow your business as a result of this.


Either way, the fact remains:


Whenever I leave my business for a few days to a week, I come back to a bigger business when I return.


And you know what?


Every business owner needs to have this “skill.”


Not only does it literally grow your business, but it also helps you to stop feeling guilty when you take time off.


At the end of the day, your business exists to serve you, not the other way around. Otherwise, you’d be A-Okay with having a regular degular job like everyone else.


Which brings me to the rub:


Since I’m leaving for a camping trip soon, let me say this:


If you can’t take time off from your business without it growing, then mayhap I can help.


How?


Because my emails—both automated and not—help you make more money from your business without doing anything yourself. It’s one of the easiest ways for you to grow your business. And, it just so happens that my emails make bank (while also making every customer and lead on your email list a bigger fan of your brand).


Interested in learning more?



John

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