It’s Time to Create Your “Less Moving Parts” Strategy

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I’m not sure if the correct wording would be “newsflash” or “reality check?” I’m talking about the fact that you’re one person with a limited budget, limited time, and limited execution capacity.

Let that sink in for a minute. I say this because more than just a few business owners are burning the candle at both ends with no end in sight. Getting untangled from the mess of modern business won’t happen by luck.

Why is this happening? We probably have to write a book to completely answer that question. Let’s just look at it from a foundational level. The unfortunate truth is, we’re led to believe that we need MORE, not less. I’m talking about more layers of technology, more layers of information, more books, more programs.

There’s no end in sight. It never ends. If left unchecked, you gradually morph into more of a consumer than a creator. Do you want to focus on buying or do you want to focus on selling?

If there was ever a time to rethink the whole thing, it’s now.

In today’s podcast episode, we’re going to take a look at what I call the “less moving parts strategy.” Years ago, I began to recognize it as a pretty good strategy. Today, I see it as the only one that makes sense for an ever-increasing number of people on the entrepreneurial path.

Jim Galiano

Jim Galiano

Jim Galiano is an Internet consultant, web developer, author and podcaster who started doing business online in 1998. His consulting, marketing and publicity services have been used worldwide since 2002. Jim has been interviewed by a variety of media sources including the Wall Street Journal and CBS News in New York.

About Jim

Jim Galiano is an Internet consultant, web developer, author and podcaster who started doing business online in 1998. His consulting, marketing and publicity services have been used worldwide since 2002.

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