Episode 242: Scale Your Business And Break Business Growth Barriers With Bill Prater


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You’ve probably heard the saying “if you aren’t growing then you are dying.” That holds true for businesses too. But not all business owners are able to grow their business, and often that boils down to key scalability factors.

So what makes someone a true business owner that can grow a business successfully?

On Amplify Your Success Podcast episode 242, my guest Bill Prater, Founder of Scaleology, joins me to share what really gets in the way of scalable business growth and how to avoid the common traps that cause a business to stall out.

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Key Takeaways

  • What a "true" business owner does that sets them apart from others
  • What your business revenue reveals about your scalability factors.
  • The two biggest barriers to scalable business growth
  • Why a business owner needs specific accountabilities to avoid entropy.
  • What KPIs are and how they help a business owner measure success.

About The Guest

Bill Prater is Founder & CEO of Business Mastery & the Creator of Scaleology. Bill earned his reputation as America’s Business Alchemist™ by helping business owners and entrepreneurs break free of inertia and accelerate into the future they dream of.

He loves nothing better than sharing what he has learned by working with those who are dissatisfied with the status quo and eager to transform themselves and their business.

He created Scaleology® and the Business Mastery System™ as the core foundational principles of dynamic and continuous business growth.

A typical client of his sees their company rising to a position of preeminence and is not satisfied with just “getting to the next level”.

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