“Applying what I learned here could be worth up to $10 Million in revenue per year for my business!”
I’m at the stage where I’m trying to scale my business.
I’m putting on to one center and tuition center. And the center now has two businesses, one is the tuition business and one is the power vision side where we use e-commerce to sell books.
So I’m at the crossroads where I’m wondering how we move from one center to two centers annual, as well as how do we scale our books in sales.
Going through these 3 days and hearing what they say, we need to reinforce that I have a very good story, and how I should continue to use my story.
I think being in this field for 7 years, somehow when we are trying to tell our stories, and we’ve been telling it for so many times, we get blocked. Coming from this workshop actually reminded me and reinforced that no matter how bad I am, there are so many people out there who needs my help.
I’m definitely looking at a plan to scale to ten centers within 5 years. I mean, probably when in terms of when I tell you the value for a center – it’s worth 1 million. That would be 10 million dollars of revenue or possible revenue per year.
Mel comes across as someone who – he’s really himself. He’s not those presenters that wear a suit and tie. Looking at the essence of what he had said, I think – for Mel, he’s a very sharp guy. And I’ve heard a lot about him and his good things. And he’s able to paraphrase and summarize what is your underlying message.
Josiah-wise, I think he’s a down-to-earth guy. He reminded me a lot about myself. When I first talked to him, I learned very quick and fast also. And I think he’s wonderful to connect with. Josiah Tan – he’s a strategy-thinker. I do appreciate his analogy – like how deep he thinks.
People who don’t like to do things. People who are resistant to changes – they are not open to tweaking or changing what they are doing.