You Don’t Need a Big Team to Hit Seven Figures with Jon Weberg

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 Jon Weberg is a seasoned professional who understands the evolving landscape of team dynamics. He firmly believes that teams will continue to shrink in size as technology advances and higher-quality individuals are hired. He emphasizes the potential of hiring one exceptional person who can effectively handle various tasks for an extended period of time. Jon cites the example of Twitter, which experienced viral growth and underwent significant changes under the leadership of Elon Musk. In this transformation, approximately 80% of the employees were removed, showcasing the effectiveness of a leaner team structure. Regardless of personal opinions on Elon Musk or Twitter, Jon highlights the fact that they are still successfully operating.

In this episode Jon Weberg explores the changing dynamics of hiring and retaining employees. Jon shares his insights on the shift away from long-term employee loyalty and the rise of individuals with multiple jobs or entrepreneurial projects. We delve into the impact of spending other people's money vs. our own, the importance of smaller teams in the age of AI, and the value of listening to the right influencers in the business world. 

Notable Quotes

“My experience is that teams will keep getting smaller and smaller and smaller over the years.” – [Jon Weberg]

“Don't count on future money until it's in your bank, you see the digits.” – [Jon Weberg]

–  “Be very careful no matter what you're doing, whether it's your relationships, whether it's your business, whether it's your mindset. Very careful with who you listen to. This is how I advance anything a lot easier because I'm not listening to bullshit.” – [Jon Weberg]

–  “It's very rare to meet someone who hasn't changed their job between companies or between anything in the last 10 or 20 years. Like, most people now have been through multiple jobs or multiple projects.” – [Jonathan Green]

–    “Not everyone's the right fit for every company, and that's so important. Even if you're an employee, you have to start thinking of your business as your job.” – [Jonathan Green]

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