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You're absolutely right Kelly. It's mainly hard because people are pushing you away because they think you're going to hurt the business. Actually proving results before you take too much ownership can help.
It's often a question of culture and priorities as well. If people don't really care about the Growth Rate, then your job is going to be much harder. Some people are just here to "do their part" and they don't really care about the impact they can have on a specific business. Changing mindset is a really challenging task as well.
Glad you liked the article and thanks for engaging in the conversation :)
Absolutely. It's a tough challenge but it's needed if you want to compete...
Hi Nicholas, you have clearly mentioned the best ways one can go from working a day job or not working to "work from anywhere" lifestyle.
I think LinkedIn and freelance sites if utilized well can do wonders because that's what I did to start off my Internet lifestyle.
Glad you liked it Nick! Getting everyone onboard is definitely the hardest thing to do. However, I've noticed that once you've proven results (like the Dapulse case study), it becomes much easier to get people on your side.
In my experience 2 weeks sprints are great to get started. You might even be able to reduce that to one week later on.
It's also going to be a question of priorities for the organization. If you have many competing priorities, it's going to be tough to run in sprints.
I'd advise you to get started with 2 weeks and see what happens. In the end, your goal should be to have impact on your bottom line. How can you maximize that based on your constraints (e.g. priorities, resources)?
Glad you enjoyed it, Hammad!
Erik, it's amazing how much one can do now from home with a computer or even a smartphone. It's a great lifestyle for those that can do this. Thanks for sharing the how to tips. I loved the websites you mentioned since I hadn't heard of them. Something to really look into. Thank you!
Thanks for the share, Gail! Great content from Syed! 😎
People want to explore the world with their homebusiness. It seems crazy to many but nowadays, people are really into setting up a business they can run from anywhere and anytime.
No working hours, no boundation. Only freedom.
Appreciate the share.
Have a great day.
Thanks for the help @anujadhiya!
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