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.
In this episode of The 7-Figure CEO Podcast, Casey speaks with Chandler Bolt. Chandler is a 24-year-old entrepreneur from South Carolina, who has achieved more by age 24 than just about anyone we have ever known. Chandler cut his teeth in business in college, working in the Student Painters internship. He set the sales record for that internship in six months and then dropped out of school to start his own business.
That business was Self Publishing School, which helps authors write their book in just three months. The program also teaches authors how to market and sell that book after its finished. Chandler talks about how he came up with the idea, and the many systems he had to implement in order to surpass the 7-figure mark.
What You’ll Learn
- You can create something out of nothing if you hit the ground running
- It’s about perseverance and grit
- How planning can be a cop out for getting things done
- The value of “less but better”
- More businesses die of indigestion than of starvation
- Benefits of per product profit analysis
- Importance of evaluating the numbers on a consistent basis
- The significance of marketing and sales skills and why marketing and sales skills aren’t the only things that matter
“I’ve learned a lot and failed a lot.”
“Your business idea doesn’t have to be the sexiest, you just have to implement it.”
“You can create something from nothing if you hit the ground running.”
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