Activity Kills Growth: The Truth About Growing Any Company with Ajit Nawalkha at Joe Polish’s Genius Network
Ajit Nawalkha builds businesses. After failing a startup, struggling through failed partnerships, and going from the ranks of an intern to a co-founder, he found business is a lot more about emotional, spiritual, physical and mental resilience – and not as much about strategy.
His mission and purpose is to impact a million lives directly. Over the past decade, he has helped educational companies increase their revenue, reach and impact. He helped build Mindvalley and co-founded Evercoach – an online platform for the world’s leading teachers and coaches. Evercoach helps them create programs and experiences that ignite massive change, enhances their practice, drives better results and helps them expand their business.
In this episode, Ajit talks about how to grow your business and work even less – all while having a positive impact on the world.
Here’s a glance at what you’ll learn from Ajit in this episode:
- Why you should focus on the 20% of your 80/20 activities in your company.
- How to grow your business, work even less and have a positive impact on the world.
- What Ajit and Mindvalley did to refine their process and transform their company.
- A unique way of achieving 30% to 100% growth in your company year over year.
- Activities stunt growth.
- Meetings lead to new projects – which isn’t the best thing.
- When Ajit joined Mindvalley, it wasn’t clear what they offered.
- The return on effort at Mindvalley wasn’t making sense.
- New products always came with new websites; Ajit challenged this and used only one domain.
- A product launch formula wasn’t providing the growth they wanted.
- The Mindvalley Master Class teaches an alternative to the product launch formula that works.
- What we think should work in a company usually isn’t correct.
- Ajit does intensives with companies to find lasting, effective solutions.
- Follow the 80/20 principle – but do it off your 20 for exponential results.
- Less is more; you’ll work less because your process will be more refined.
- The ideas are already in your company, so there’s no need to look outward.