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When you’re launching a business there are so many things you can do — and so many things you feel like you “have” to do — that it feels impossible to know what you actually must do and what to focus on first.
Do you invest in a tricked-out website? High-production videos? A big ad campaign?
If you want to launch something that’s built to last, today’s MarieTV is for you.
I’m peeling back the curtain and showing you the 3 guiding principles that have driven our success with B-School year after year.Patience is one of the most underrated traits in modern business. Click To Tweet
Online learning is a crowded marketplace, but it wasn’t when we first started. Nine years later, B-School is still considered the gold standard.
How do we do it? Our success didn’t happen overnight and we definitely didn’t start with high-production videos or expensive ad campaigns.
What we did — and what I believe any business can do — is take a long-term approach. We make small, deliberate and often ‘counterintuitive’ choices that keep moving the needle forward.
These 3 guiding principles have helped us inspire nearly 40,000 students from 130 countries around the world and I know they can help you, too.
I’ll show you exactly what we did and why in the video below.
Now I would love to hear from you. Which guiding principle would make the biggest impact on what you’re working on and why? Then, tell me how you can turn that insight into action right now.
Remember, share as much detail as possible in your reply. Thousands of incredible souls come here each week for insight and inspiration, and your story may help someone else have a meaningful breakthrough.
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Because no matter your industry, these three principles can help you craft something that’s built to last.
With so much love,