Welcome to Episode 17 in Season 2
In this podcast episode, I’m joined by Mark Schiralli. He is a Business Growth Mentor and the founder of Own Your Mark.
He is on a mission to help business owners get their dreams off the ground, put all of the fundamentals in place and then continue to build toward their business goals – whatever they may be.
Mark is a Chartered Accountant who also has a background in Marketing and Sales, working across a multitude of industries in Sydney, London and New York.
He loves working with business owners who have skin in the game, helping them to achieve their dreams – whether that be spending more time with their families, achieving financial independence, or simply sharing their amazing work with the world!
Our chat includes some of the following highlights:
Allergy to numbers
The importance of outsourcing
Cahsflow is the lifeblood
Be proud of your offer
Understanding your customer
“I think some people deal well with discipline and accountability and some people don’t. When I talk through with people about where their strengths and weaknesses are, we go through all the different aspects of running a business.
Some people are good with finance, some people are good with social media. Some are not good at those things. Some people are good at accountability. So we talk about those things and essentially if you know that you’re going to struggle in that area, you need to actually put a structure in place.
This is the same with every aspect of your business. If there’s something that you’re naturally talented at and naturally will perform well at, then you can get away with flying on that talent.
You need to establish your own disciplines and structures and put your own key performance indicators in place.
You need to have that accountability to yourself to say, am I meeting my KPIs or am I not?“
Mark is kindly offering our show listeners a free 30-minute consultation to talk about overcoming challenges to creating a profitable business.
Just head to https://www.ownyourmark.com.au/visible