SNM254: Going From 0 to 1 with Jan Cavell

Welcome to the Serve No Master Podcast! This podcast is aimed at helping you find ways to create new revenue streams or make money online without dealing with an underpaid or underappreciated job. Our host is best-selling author, Jonathan Green.

Today's guest is Jan Cavelle is an author, writer and speaker that advocates for business flexibility and adaptability. She believes that external factors constantly change and businesses need to be ready to change with them. 

In this episode, Jan Cavelle speaks about the challenges of going from one to 10 million in business. Cavelle shares her expertise on building a strong team, creating a positive work environment, avoiding common mistakes, and valuing assets.The discussion also covers the importance of having a B plan and making a company sellable, as well as the value of understanding and communicating with your customers.

Notable Quotes

–      “I put strategy at number one always, and the people challenge is my number two, because finding the right people is the game changer.'” – [Jan Cavelle]

–        “Leadership has changed. It's all about enabling your team to have a good time at work and to develop and to let go. They've got to get rid of a micromanaging. You'll lose people faster with micromanaging than I think virtually anything else.” –  [Jan Cavelle]

–      “Risk Management in Entrepreneurship: Your reputation I guess is another one. It's very important that you've got a good reputation with your customers.” –  [Jan Cavelle]

–      “Yeah, there's a lot of business advice, is, oh, find your passion and turn it into a business. And yeah, the problem is it skips the second step of confirm it's a good idea, because not every passion can be a business.” – [Jonathan Green]

–     Valuations and Exit Strategies: I think valuations are something where people don't understand which assets are most important in their company, and so they don't build those out… they don't realize a customer database is a massive value, especially for larger and larger companies… people make mistakes that make it hard for them to exit or really hurt the value when they try to exit.” – [Jonathan Green]

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