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How to Grow Your Business Without Sacrificing Your Freedom

You can’t build anything interesting without some level of sacrifice, but if you’re an entrepreneur that is years into the hustle and you still can’t seem to get freedom from your business regularly, there’s a problem. Dale Majors, founder of VentureAnyway.com, joins me today to talk about something that so many of us struggle with: our businesses becoming all-consuming while our personal and family lives slowly disappear.

Listen in as Dale shares how to scale your business without becoming a slave to it, what he wishes he would have done before selling his first business,  and how he took what he learned through his own entrepreneurial journey and now uses it to help other business owners build amazing lives. We also talk about the importance of building habits versus chasing goals and what Dale did to bring more control—and happiness—into his life.

You’ll learn:

  • How Dale started BikeWagon.com during high school and why he eventually sold it. (4:00)
  • The difficulties managing cash flow after the sale of the business. (10:45)
  • How BikeWagon.com has done since the sale. (15:05)
  • The catalyst that prompted Dale to change his life and find more balance. (19:45)
  • The one thing he wants every entrepreneur to know. (25:00)
  • How to find work-life balance without affecting employee morale. (33:00)
  • Building habits vs. chasing goals. (34:50)
  • How to build strong and resilient kids. (44:20)
  • How VentureAnyway.com helps entrepreneurs find balance. (47:40)

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(With your host Andrew Youderian of eCommerceFuel.com and Dale Majors of VentureAnyway.com)

 

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Image credit to Mohamed Hassan from Pixabay.



Andrew Youderian
Post by Andrew Youderian
Andrew is the founder of eCommerceFuel and has been building eCommerce businesses ever since gleefully leaving the corporate world in 2008.  Join him and 1,000+ vetted 7- and 8-figure store owners inside the eCommerceFuel Community.

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