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 Damon DeCrescenzo, CEO of The Credit Pros. Damon leads a team of credit experts in helping clients across the United States. Damon earned a B.S. from St. John’s University in New York, and has since founded and ran a number of successful companies in a number of industries. These include a mortgage brokerage, a successful real estate agency, restaurants and nightclubs, a real estate development company, and an internet marketing firm.
Today Damon talks about why enlisting the right people on your leadership team can set your business up for success. You’ll hear how Damon has learned to live in the future and how his spam box has actually become his greatest resource. Listen in as Damon discusses how having the right partner, could land you in the Inc. 5000.
What You’ll Learn
- Tips To Building A Continuity Company
- How To Get The Right People Around You
- When bringing on a partner makes sense for your company.
- How To Surround Yourself With the Right People
- Learn when you should hire from within, or avoid at all costs.
- Why scorecards could be your key to success.
- The game-changing power of having a COO.
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