From Struggle To Success

On June 11, 2018

From Struggle To Success

Gravy is a proud sponsor of the 7-figure CEO Podcast. This is a podcast dedicated to helping entrepreneurs break through the million-dollar barrier facing them in their business. This podcast moves past the ‘theory’ of business and focuses on practical strategies that you can implement right away.

At Gravy, we exist to help entrepreneurs and CEO’s solve the problem of failed payments and credit card declines in their business. We know this one problem alone costs small businesses billions of dollars nationwide each year, and we want to help. We are passionate about entrepreneurship, and we want to help as many businesses leaders as we possibly can build healthy, thriving businesses that will continue to serve people, solve challenging problems, and provide jobs for years and years to come.

Today’s Guest:

In this episode of The 7-Figure CEO Podcast, Casey speaks with Evan Tardy. Evan helped build DrAxe.com from $0 to 2X, 3X, and 5X year over year revenue growth, which landed them #130 on the Inc. 500 Fastest Growing Companies in America, and the #1 fastest growing company in Tennessee in 2016. In 2013 he was named president of draxe.com and by the age of 30, was responsible for generating over $90M in direct revenue with yearly revenues of $50M+. He built a profitable direct response ad budget of $1M/month, and landed draxe.com on the Inc. 500 list two years in a row.

Today Evan talks about his start at draxe.com and the experiences he had that lead him to generate growth so quickly. He shares why he decided to see it through during trying times, and why it is important to always try new things. Listen in as one of the fastest growing entrepreneurs teaches you how he made it through the early struggle.

What You’ll Learn

  • How Evan got started in a small business.
  • Why an employee’s track record matters.
  • How to give value first, and get business later.
  • How to use “The Flywheel” to your advantage.
  • Evan’s current day-to-day structure as President.
  • How often you should change up your position.  
  • Why trying something new, has no disadvantage.

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