Billionaire Growth Strategies
How to Hit Your First 100 Million
Many people who are curious about the advanced growth strategy used by self-made tycoons can’t decide if it’s for them or not. This is due to the strategy being dense and arcane. To solve that problem we offer a mini-version of The Tycoon Playbook course to help people determine if it’s something they are both capable of doing and willing to do. It’s not for everyone. This is an elite strategy. First and foremost, people who go down this road have that “gotta wanna” drive which makes them self-starters. They don’t need anyone holding their hand or cracking their backsides with a whip.
They just do it. That is once they understand how it’s done.
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Billionaire Peter Thiel talks about he thinks billionaires create value.
“The 24 Hour War” The Ford/Ferrari Rivalry [TRAILER]
This looks like a must see for those who enjoy films and documentaries about business. This one is about the intense rivalry between Ferrari and Ford. Back in the early 1960s Ford thought it had a done deal with Ferrari to acquire the famous supercar designer and maker. When Ford executives flew to Italy to sign the paperwork, Enzo killed the deal.
Marcus Meets Murchison-Hume
In 2008 Max Kater founded Los Angeles-based Murchison-Hume a maker of non-toxic cleaning products. She was motivated by a desire to make cleaning products which her son wouldn’t be allergic to.
As is normally the case with companies appearing on The Profit, Murchison-Hume is in crisis. The main reason for this is that Max creates products for herself not her market. Her husband, Peter, who has a day job is subsidizing the business with his income.
Shortly after arriving at the company Marcus mentions that he finds the brand name an odd choice for a cleaning product line. It really does sound like a law firm. Continue reading