Daily Dose: Post-Race, Part 1 – Startups are Ultramarathons – Lessons from the Trail
It’s been nearly two weeks since I ran the Western States 100 – a 100-mile ultramarathon from Olympic Village in the Sierra Nevadas to Auburn, CA.
Every day since then, I’ve been reflecting back on the race – what I accomplished, what I learned, and how I prepared for the oldest, and arguably most prestigious, ultramarathon in the world.
Here is the first installment of these Startup Selling Lessons from the Trail, including –
– How to leverage experts,
– The single-biggest factor in the pursuit of BHAGs, and
– Removing variables from the journey through planning, preparation and visualization.
BTW… If you’re a startup founder and want some help with your journey from idea to impact, there’s a chance the team and I here at SalesQualia can help.
Shoot me an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the word “JOURNEY” and we can hop on a call to look at your situation, brainstorm a few ideas and see if or how we can help you ramp up and scale up your sales.
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