The Owner's Metric
While you can’t buy happiness, you can buy personal freedom. It comes from having enough wealth set aside that your work becomes a choice, not an obligation.
The fastest way to build the wealth you need to do “whatever you want whenever you want to”?
Focus on the Owner’s Metric.
The 4 Degrees of Delegation
As a business owner, your instinct may be to oversee every detail of your company. While this has led to your success, fighting fires and answering mundane questions creates a bottleneck. The hallmark of a valuable company is one that can thrive without you.
How do you get there?
Master the art of delegation.
The Exit Checklist: A 5-Step Personal Action Plan for a Happy (And Lucrative) Exit From Your Business
As an owner, you’re ready for almost anything. But recent data shows that even the most affluent and successful founders struggle with one common problem: the regret of how they handled leaving their company.
Are you personally ready for what should be the happiest day of your life?
Famous or Rich?
Building a successful business can be a path to both fame and fortune, but more often, one comes at the expense of the other.
There is a small but growing cohort of business owners who have become fantastically rich through building a small business in relative anonymity. Along the way, they have prioritized wealth creation instead of falling into the trap of striving to be popular among their employees, customers and industry peers.
You may not know their names, but you can certainly learn from their wealth-building decisions in this eBook – written by John Warrillow, the bestselling author of Built to Sell and The Automatic Customer
So which side are you on?