7 Steps to 7 Figures: Launch a New Business with a 7 Figure Goal! December 6, 2022, 3:00pm MST December 6, 2022, 4:30pm MST

85% of all U.S. small business startups fail before they reach their fifth year in business. This number has not changed in over two decades. Why is that?

In this webinar you will learn the techniques Darlene Ziebell used to launch and grow four successful businesses over her 44 year career. She reached the seven-figure mark several times and a member of the top 1% of women business owners to reach the eight-figure level in business.

Darlene will teach you how to build a business startup using the following seven steps that you will not find in any business guide:

L = Launching. How will the foundation of your business be structured? What are the sales and marketing strategies?
E = Expectations. What is your goal? Whether 6, 7 or 8 figures, learn how to build a leading strategic plan around that number.
A = Avalanches. Preparing for unexpected challenges is inevitable. How will new business owners overcome them?
D = Dare to be different. What is your leading differentiator? How will you sustain this niche throughout the growth of your business?
C = Cash flow. Managing banks, payment processors and other financial institutions leading to financial independence.
E = Employees. When will bring on employees into your business? Do you have an HR strategy?
O = Operations. What steps will you need for a successful operating plan?

Throughout her career, Darlene used mega business planning tools, shortcut one-page plans and as a management consultant, a variety of plans for the Fortune 1000. Her business planning version is based on success. Become a LEAD CEO of your own business. Without a plan, your business goal is just a wish. 

About the Presenter(s)

Darlene Ziebell

Darlene is a prominent entrepreneur, author, and business consultant. She helps entrepreneurs grow successful businesses beyond seven figures.

Business Strategist
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