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In this episode of The 7-Figure CEO Podcast, Casey sits down with Chad Ingram, CEO and founder of JJUMPP. In 2013 Chad was finishing up his undergrad at BYU and headed to law school when he had a change of heart. Law school would be a safe option, but he decided to take a chance and launch a new business. With the lessons learned from that early experience in business, Chad started his latest venture, JJUMPP. JJUMPP is a software company that helps businesses develop a comprehensive online presence. It allows you to manage and control all the online tools that spread information about your business.
Chad shares his story and talks about the many up and downs of leading a company. You’ll hear how Chad had to challenge himself personally in order to take JJUMP to the next level, and how he and his team solved the most challenging problems that businesses face as they cross the 7-figure mark.
What you’ll learn:
- How Chad got his start at JJUMPP.
- Why engaging your customers for reviews is so important.
- The best business ideas are not always revolutionary.
- How Chad developed himself personally in order to grow his company.
- How to go from an operator of your business to becoming the visionary for your business.
- The leadership model that Chad uses to develop his team.
- The best approach for solving your churn issue.
- The most difficult decision Chad made early in business.
- The one business process Chad would recommend for every business owner.
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