The Problem For Small Business Owners

Most small business owners and solopreneurs experience major problems within the first few years of starting up.

Small Business Survival Statistics

Fail Within First Year


Fail Within First 5 Years


Fail Because of Cashflow


More than 50% of small enterprises fail in the very first year, and more than 95% of small startups fail within the first five years (Convergehub). And of those businesses that fail, 82% fail because of inconsistent or insufficient cash flow (Fundera).

Take a look at the following questions, and answer honestly about whether or not they apply to you and your business.

  • Do you have some months where cash pours into your business, but you just can’t seem to maintain it?
  • Do you start out every month wondering where the customers and sales are going to come from?
  • Do you secretly know your work is worth more than what you’re charging, but you’re afraid if you raise your prices no one will want to pay?
  • Are you working way too hard “in” your business? Too many hours, burning yourself out?
  • Does it frustrate you to see your competition making the kind of income you want, even though you’re better than them at what you do?
  • Do you feel confused or overwhelmed by marketing and technology?

If you've answered yes to any of these questions, then it's time for change.

The fact is, despite the many setbacks, some small business owners are realizing more profits and growth than ever, while doing less.

The 3 step strategy in this mini-course will give a path towards changing things around, regardless of where you are located, and no mater what condition your small business is in.

It's all about results, and getting them in a very specific way.

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