032 PC Podcast: Platforms and Partnerships

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What’s up fellow productive Catholics?!? We have another episode of the podcast up and ready to go.  This time we talk about partnering up and why you need to be looking for platforms to sell your product on.

Why are we talking about this?  Well, it’s because whenever someone is thinking about selling something the first thing that always comes up is “how do I build a website?”  Well, in business most of the time the answer to that question is that you don’t have to build a website and you should not build one unless you want to spend a LOT of time trying to get traffic.

Sometimes the better option is to go where people are already willing to buy what you have to offer.

Also, our habit is to try to do things ourselves whenever we want something to happen. In business it is far better to partner with other people to get something done than it is to do it on your own.

When you partner with others you get to tap into skills and experience that you would not normally have had.  You also get to leverage your time since your partner is doing things independently from you.  Even Kevin O’leary from the Shark Tank in an interview recalls that every business that I tried to start solely on his own failed, while every one that he’s partnered up on was successful.

It’s just to hard to do things completely on your own.

I know that I harp on getting the book The Silent Sales Machine, but it’s really really good and talks about all of this stuff.  I wish that I had partnered up with people a long time ago when I was in my business.  It really does make a difference in the likelihood of success in the endeavor.

If you have questions or comments, we’d love to here them!  You can leave your voicemail feedback at 714-643-5301.  Your wonderful voice will be on the podcast!

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