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Scaling Your Business Global – Power Players with Brad Sugars and Grant Cardone

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How can you scale your business worldwide? Brad Sugars leads the world’s number one business coaching firm, with more than 1,000 coaches in 71 countries. Every day, he help tens of thousands of business owners grow their companies with hundreds of simple yet powerful business development techniques and strategies. “I don’t run a business coaching company,” Brad says. “I run a franchise that offers business coaching services and a world-class one at that.” “When I was twenty-one, I said to my Dad, “You know Dad, I can’t get any good people in my company.” He turned to me and said, “You know Brad, you get the people you deserve.” I realized that, if I am an atrocious leader then I get really bad people. So I have to learn to be a great leader and then I will attract top people.” The bottom line is that if you’re going to scale, you need top people in your company. You’re not going to go from solopreneur to worldwide. Scaling involves MASSIVE action.

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