Interview with EQUA's CEO Shawn Owen 1

Interview with EQUA Founder Shawn Owen

This interview was recorded during this year’s Anarchapulco conference on The Crypto Show (thecryptoshow.com)

In the Interview, Shawn discusses the following topics.

· Consensual Agreements

· Smart Contracts

· Operating Agreements

· Business Management UX

· Cap Tables

Also featured in an earlier segment of this interview was a conversation with Ashe Oro. Ashe has been a long-time proponent of blockchain and entrepreneurship. If you would like to learn more about what he’s working on please go to https://soundcloud.com/heryptohow/ashe-oro-and-shawn-owens-at-anarchapulco.

To learn more about Equa and sign up for a free trial, please visit us at www.equa.global

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Doing The Startup “One Thing

Doing The Startup “One Thing

Acommon narrative among the world’s most prized companies is their early development as startups. In the past, creating a large and successful enterprise was seen as a major undertaking.

Today new businesses launch in small industrial spaces, spare bedrooms, even in garages. Globally, small businesses make up a significant portion of the global economy. In the U.S. alone, businesses of 500 employees or less comprise nearly half of the economy.

Despite these small beginnings, many startup owners are seeking exponential growth of their business, often with a single-minded vision of being acquired by a larger company.

In his number one Wall Street Journal bestselling book, Gary Keller extolls a concept called The ONE Thing. In it, he poses the question:

“What’s the ONE Thing you can do such that by doing it everything else will be easier or unnecessary?”

At equaSTART, our laser-focused intent and “one thing” is to help mitigate the friction associated with new business formation, management, and ownership. We seek to help businesses begin on a solid foundation, one that allows them to accelerate their market entry while eliminating costs.

Large, well-funded companies often have a wealth of resources to fuel their strategic growth, thereby gaining a decided advantage in the marketplace. equaSTART hopes to bring balance to this startup playing field by delivering a cost-effective, streamlined destination for business management activities such as documents, banking, and compliance.

The equaSTART platform allows members to form a new business entity, obtain a bank account, and secure a tax ID within minutes. All of this significantly reduces the amount of time and money associated with forming and managing a business.

The Building Blocks

EQAU founder and CEO Shawn Owen, says the company’s primary focus is to deliver a quality user experience to those starting a business or entrepreneurial venture. In other words, how to bring efficiency to the end user whether it’s an owner, business manager, investor — anyone who is the part of an organization.

Comments Owen: “Anytime you can make something more efficient and save people time and money, they love it.”

But the bigger picture, he says, is the notion of a central source of truth. In other words, once you have everyone’s information in one place, why not evolve it into all the other forms of agreements that people make.

“There is always a series or sequence of agreements tied to business transactions. Keeping these in one place allows you to free up time for your “One Thing” which is to deliver a great product.”

Owen also underscores the theme of simplicity for business owners:

“When you get too technical people get scared. By way of example, think about something as simple as bitcoin. When you talk about what Bitcoin is in a simple way, people are like, ‘I get it. It’s digital gold or whatever.’ But when you get too deep into the details, it can actually be very complicated. So at the end of the day, we want to avoid confusing people and keep their lives simple.”

Continues Owens: “One of the things I have always wanted to see and I think most people who are technology advocates also want to see is a user interface and experience that’s easy enough for even a grandmother to use. In other words, they are intuitively able to use it without having to know too much.”

Heconcludes: “Our goal is to make user experience our number one focus so a person would never have to know anything about the underlying technology. As long as someone gets just the basics, they’ll be able to use it.”

To learn more about Equa and sign up for a free trial, please visit us at www.equa.global

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The Cannabis Industry: Why it Needs an “EQUA.

Today’s cannabis market is smoking hot. Startup launches abound. Consumer interest is robust. Regulatory guidance is rapidly evolving.

These trends show no sign of abating. Marijuana is fully legal in 11 U.S. states and the District of Columbia. It is medically legal and/or decriminalized in 24 others.

According to Grand View Research the global legal marijuana market is projected to reach USD 146.4 billion by the end of 2025. This has spawned a flurry of new startups worldwide.

According to Fit Small Business, the cost to launch a regulated cannabis dispensary is approximately $775,000. Annual operating costs for a regulated dispensary average are around $1.92 million annually.

As is the case with any developing industry, the cannabis space is ripe with ambitious entrepreneurs who are often still new to the business world. At the same time, there are experienced business leaders who can set the pace for the others.

With the continued evolution of the industry, heavy regulation is beginning to take hold. With oversight and conformance with state laws and regulations vital for success, startups need a single source of truth where organizational decisions and actions can be effectively facilitated through document creation, management, and cap table management tools.

An Evolving Landscape

The cannabis industry is facing a corporate governance problem. And it’s one that startups can ill afford to turn a blind eye to, given the frequently changing regulatory landscape.

Today’s cannabis businesses must maintain strict compliance with state regulations along with federal law. Often shareholder registries are managed through the use of rogue spreadsheets. Because of the human element, they are often susceptible to errors.

The issuance of new shares or options prompt updates to these registries. Many early-stage companies use convertible notes which transfer into equity based on targeted milestones. The problem with this is that these transactions don’t always occur correctly. So anytime there are discrepancies in these records, they can be very time consuming and costly to reconcile.

Given the importance of these authentic record of ownership, these errors can be problematic. If the information is incorrect or out of date, contacting shareholders to vote on major acquisitions or a sale can prove difficult.

This is where the promise of a new normal comes into the picture.

In short, Equa START endeavors to allow companies to focus on their core business while taking care of the nitty-gritty backroom stuff that they cannot achieve in terms of bandwidth, knowledge, and experience.

There are a number of ways that EquaSTART hopes to become a differentiator for cannabis companies:

Compliance:Because Equa START is an all-in-one documents platform it can help address regulatory concerns, It can also serve as a valuable tool for KYC (Know-Your-Customer) procedures.

Information Transparency: The blockchain allows for the storage of relevant corporate information (i.e., shareholder name, address, shares, etc.) all on a digital, immutable ledger. This will provide an easy way for shareholders of cannabis enterprises to register their holdings directly with the company, rather than through a broker. Moreover, a distributed ledger approach can offer greater public access to share ownership percentages, boosting the likelihood of more informed investment decisions.

Voting Transparency and Shareholder Engagement: Equa START can provide a mechanism that allows shareholders easier access to their voting rights, proxy transfers (if required), and more accurate vote tallying.

Organization and Efficiency: Equa START can mitigate the need for paper share certificates while providing an accurate documentation record of shares issuance and ownership. It can help streamline organizational processes as well as reducing asset transfer settlement times. And in some cases, counter-parties could potentially be eliminated altogether.

Conversions: Through the use of smart contracts, preferred shares could automatically be converted to common shares with each financing round. Each transaction will be recorded in the digital ledger, eliminating the need for human updates or multiple copies of shared registries.

To learn more about Equa and sign up for a free trial, please visit us at www.equa.global

The Time and Money of Building a Business 2

The Time and Money of Building a Business

Starting a business is an exciting endeavor. The possibilities for success are unlimited.

But the road to success is not easy. It requires long hours, dogged persistence, and the expenditure of funds.

With the takeoff of your entrepreneurial venture, you may have noticed the impact it’s having on your time and finances. This requires your constant attention in order to ensure that these vital resources are not depleted.

Developing a business plan without an effective cap table or other financial tools often lead to unfortunate business failures. Without a mechanism for accurately tracking historical financials, it becomes a challenge to accurately assess new company revenue and costs.

The good news is that while these critical obligations may be a challenge, they are certainly manageable with the right systems in place.

Here at equaSTART, we provide a broad range of solutions for managing the time and financial demands of your business. Targeting the simplification of business agreements, our platform allows members to create a new business, obtain a bank account, and secure a tax ID within minutes. This allows business owners to significantly reduce the amount of time and money involved in establishing and managing a company.

Starting a business can be a time and money vacuum. Given the explosive growth of small businesses and registered entities worldwide, equaSTART is on a trajectory to becoming the pre-eminent one-stop global destination for documents, banking, and compliance.

Says founder and CEO Shawn Owen“We are excited to offer an enterprise cloud solution that allows businesses to draft, sign and manage all of their operational agreements. We also provide tools for managing an organization’s capitalization table and ownership structure.”

He concludes: “Ultimately, the real magic is in the ability to manage ongoing edits or evolution's needed for any action or transaction from your dashboard at the click of your fingertips. We aim to make corporate governance and high finance easy and fun while providing business leaders with an efficient system for managing their time and financial demands.”

To learn more about Equa and sign up for a free trial, please visit us at www.equa.global

Feature Interview With National Business Consultant Keo Frazier 3

Feature Interview With National Business Consultant Keo Frazier

As entrepreneurs continue to fuel the growth of registered businesses around the world, our team here at EquaSTART aims to foster a one-stop, world-class destination for the management of documents, banking, and compliance.

By focusing on business creation and agreement simplification, EquaSTART aims to significantly reduce the time and money demands associated with launching and managing an enterprise.

At EquaSTART we strongly support trailblazing business leaders who demonstrate a visionary spirit in their entrepreneurial pursuits. Accordingly, we would like to introduce you to Denver businesswoman Keo Frazier who agreed to be our first EquaPROFILE feature interview.

https://www.linkedin.com/in/keosmarketing/Ms. Frazier is the co-founder of Fractional Executive, a startup firm that endeavors to help small businesses with tight resources propel their strategies and initiatives forward without having to sacrifice or hire a full-time strategic executive. Supported by a collaborative group of women business partners, FE will provide strategy, planning, and execution tactics services to businesses, utilizing easy-to-use systems and templates.

Below, Frazier offers a few thoughts about today’s ever-changing entrepreneurial environment.

On Launching Fractional Executive

In recent months, I began noticing that a lot of people were reaching out to me in the hopes that I could assist them with marketing and strategic planning, things that often require a higher-level executive. But often they can’t afford to hire someone on a permanent basis for their organization. So with Fractional Executive, they can receive all of the benefits they would otherwise have with a full-time executive without the long-term commitment.

On Her Current Work

I’ve been going into companies helping them with very high-level things while being integrated into their team. Once I finish what they need me to do, I step away and then come back to re-evaluate.

On Target Market

We target small companies, sort of the small to growing companies, those companies that really can’t afford to pay someone for a high-level leadership role but they still need some important things done strategically. That’s where it started and where we’re heading.

On Startup Companies

It’s painful to watch business leaders piecemeal their organizations together, whether it be their marketing stuff or their operations. I see a lot of that occurring with different companies and industries.

On Why Focus Is Important

In my view, it’s important to be a master of one thing versus a jack of all trades. Those who pursue the latter often end up doing most of it poorly because things constantly fall outside of their area of expertise. So when starting a company and running it, the smartest CEO’s who are good in a particular area like, say, being a visionary or strategist, focus on that.

On Doing Too Much, Too Soon

I find that small companies think they can do it all and they end up struggling in the first couple of years when the reality is they can’t do it all and, most importantly, can’t do it all well. Fractional Executive was started in part to encourage founders to pursue becoming a master of one thing while allowing other people to pick up the rest.

On Why Business Systems Are Essential

If you don’t have systems in place, things can quickly become a mess with your business. Then you have to frequently go back in and fix things. I see so many companies still behaving like a two-person shop versus a 20 person company. And in a realm like finance or accounting, they tend to do things as if they were a 1–2 person shop versus a full-on small business.

On Compliance Requirements

Compliance is huge. It’s imperative for business leaders to ensure that they’re in line with not only what their industry requires but what the government requires. Because at the end of the day, there’s nothing worse than not having everything in order when you’re audited.

On the Importance of Documentation

When you haven’t been maintaining good documentation, it can make things very hard on your business. Sadly, it often takes going through and failing an audit for things to really sink in. So as a business owner, I believe you CANNOT be in compliance. Because if you get audited, you could possibly end up losing the business you’ve built because you didn’t take care of your stuff upfront.

On Women Business Owners

I know many women are struggling with this whole glass ceiling idea. But let me say this. What if there wasn’t a ceiling? And what if we looked at things as though there wasn’t anyone there to hinder us. Of course, I’m not denying that the barriers exist. But what if we could push past the idea of being held back and cut the fear out. What if we as women we got out of our own way?

To learn more about Equa and sign up for a free trial, please visit us at www.equa.global

Feature Interview With Corporate Attorney Garrett Sutton 4

EquaProfile: Feature Interview With Corporate Attorney Garrett Sutton

Garrett Sutton is a corporate attorney, asset protection expert and best selling author who has sold more than 900,000 books on corporate formation related themes.

For over 30 years, Sutton has been providing business leaders and real estate investors with the necessary support for asset and legal protection while maximizing their financial goals. He founded two companies, Corporate Direct and Sutton Law Center, which have helped scores of clients and incorporate their businesses and protect their assets.

Garrett also is part of the elite group “Rich Dad Advisors” tied to bestselling author Robert Kiyosaki. A number of the books Sutton has authored are part of the bestselling Rich Dad, Poor Dad wealth-building series.

Garrett attended Colorado College and the University of California, Berkeley, where he received a B.S. in Business Administration in 1975. He graduated with a J.D. in 1978 from Hastings College of Law, the University of California’s law school in San Francisco.

Licensed in Nevada and California, Sutton is a member of the State Bar of Nevada, the State Bar of California, and the American Bar Association. His professional articles have appeared in the Wall Street Journal and Credit.com, among other publications.

In this EquaStart interview, Sutton discussed the growing world of business formation and what it means for both startups and established businesses.

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How did the concept of corporate entities come into existence?

When we fought in the American Revolution, we took not only the English crown on but a giant corporation, the British East India Company. This was during a period in our history when people were generally upset about corporations.

So at the founding, there was some interest around creating a national corporate law. There was a lot of resistance to this as the populace instead wanted each state to have its own corporate law. So that’s how it was carried forward, a decision which allowed states to compete in terms of the favorability of their laws.

So which states currently offer the greatest favorability?

Delaware has always been out in front. But Nevada and Wyoming have made efforts to become the go-to states. Wyoming when it comes to LLC’s is great. And Nevada is the only state that allows the charging order protection, the key LLC asset protection feature for corporate shares. So we’re in a dynamic period, one where each state that wants to compete can amend their laws in an effort to become the most favorable they can.

What’s one of the common mistakes businesses make when setting up a corporation?

With all due respect, the first one is that you often have CPA’s, telling people that they don’t need to set up a corporation or LLC when starting a new business. Our joke as corporation attorneys is that CPA stands for “Can’t Protect Assets.” So in my opinion, it’s imperative for new businesses to talk with an attorney, someone who understands what the risks are of operating as a sole proprietor, such as the fact that all of your personal assets are exposed. So that’s a rookie mistake right out of the gate, not setting up an entity from the get-go.

Are there any other mistakes?

Yes, a second blunder common among business owners when setting up an entity is utilizing one of those $99.00 providers that will form the company for you and get it chartered with the state without providing you with the paperwork you need to be a legitimate corporation. In other words, things like by-laws for the corporation or an operating agreement for an LLC are often missing. The issue here is that if you don’t have that paperwork together, someone can pierce through the corporate veil of your business and reach your personal assets. So it’s important to not only to do it right at the start but to have all the documents you need set up and ready to go when requested.

How are these documents typically organized?

Some of these formation services send you a disk with the agreement on it and you’re supposed to fill it out and sign it. But many business owners forget to execute the signatures. So you just have this disk when you walk into court, try to print out what’s on it, and if it hasn’t been properly signed, you are going to lose the case. So it’s important from the very start to make sure that you print out the document and sign it.

What about corporate minutes?

Businesses need to have minutes every year, the corporate annual documentation of the directors and the shareholders' meetings. For LLC’s, its important to have regular meetings of the members that are documented through meeting minutes. If you’re ever called into a court of law, you’ll need to have those annual minutes prepared. Because if a judge looks at your minute book and sees that you haven’t met the requirements for a couple of years, he/she could say that you’re not following the requirements of a business.

Are these minutes an annual requirement?

Yes. You need to be conducting your annual meetings even if the state law says otherwise. In Germany where the LLC was started way back when, if you didn’t have the annual meeting minutes, your corporate veil could be pierced.

What about corporate entities and how they’re set up business taxation?

There are two issues. The first is how your business is going to be taxed. We work with CPA’s all the time to have an LLC taxed as an S Corp, if necessary, or as a C Corp, or partnership or as a disregarded single entity. So we work with CPAs on how your entity is going to be taxed and what’s the best taxation method for you.

And certainly, the CPA has a great role in selecting the method of taxation.

What about stock certificates? And the emergence of blockchain to manage them?

When it comes to stock certificates and all, they’re going to be important if you are a public company, or if you are going to have a large number of shareholders.

It’s here where blockchain technology is certainly going to assist in the issuance of stock certificates. Delaware, in fact, has recently allowed for blockchain stock certificates. So it’s a dynamic area right now.

Can you share with us a little about you’re long-term working relationship with Rich Dad/Poor Dad author Robert Kiyosaki?

I’ve been very fortunate to collaborate with Robert Kiyosaki and the Rich Dad/Poor Dad group for almost 20 years. They initially asked me to write a book that would be accessible to the average person who wants to understand corporate and LLC structures. So that’s why I wrote the first book “Start Your Own Corporation” which I’ve updated a number of times over the years because of tax laws changes and changes in asset protection laws.

And then there’s the book “Loopholes of Real Estate” where I talk about the legal strategies for investing in real estate. I use stories to make points about the concepts. Instead of a dry narrative around how you’re supposed to do things, I tell a story as my readers seem to learn better from the examples.

So it’s been very enjoyable for me to write these books, and to get feedback from others. I’m on the phone with people all the time from around the country and the world and a lot of them say that they have appreciated the book because it provides such a comprehensive overview of asset protection.

What do you believe is ahead in terms of corporate entities?

That business formation will continue forward at a steady pace. Because a lot of people are investing in real estate you are certainly going to see a growing demand for LLCs. People are also using LLC for other forms of investing. A lot of people, for example, are looking to Wyoming as a place to form a Wyoming LLC and hold their digital assets there because such a favorable set of laws exists there for bitcoin and other forms of digital currencies.

To learn more about Equa and sign up for a free trial, please visit us at www.equa.global

Workplace Documents: Bringing Order to Chaos 6

Workplace Documents: Bringing Order to Chaos

Vital to the success of a growing enterprise is the effective management of employment documents. This process, however, if not structured properly, can evolve into a highly chaotic and messy proposition.

Typically under the auspices of an HR Department, the purpose of these documents is to clarify the rights, accountabilities, and expectations for successful workforce engagement. Part of the employee record, they play a critical role in ensuring consistency in how workplace policies, procedures, and practices are applied.

These are among the documents commonly used to codify an employment relationship:

At EquaStart, we believe that compliance audits along with the need for organizational risk mitigation activity underscore the need for unalterable, timestamped, single source of truth documents. Other emerging trends informing Equa’s value proposition and solutions in this space include:

Companies are increasingly employing digitally signed records and other documents tied to workplace relationships.

The growing acceptance of “electronic signatures” as so-called wet signatures.

The need for easy access and identification of a single source of truth documents for workplace compliance audits and employer-employee disputes

HR cost and productivity savings associated with advancements in the management of records and permissioned access.

In today’s dynamic business environment where workplace disputes and compliance audits are common, seamless access to properly executed documents holds great importance. Equa Start’s innovative solution fostering frictionless, single source of truth documentation represents a major leap forward in this quest.

To learn more about Equa and sign up for a free trial, please visit us at www.equa.global

What Is an Option Pool?

An option pool consists of shares of stock reserved for employees of a private company. The option pool is a way of attracting talented employees to a startup company - if the employees help the company do well enough to go public, they will be compensated with stock. Employees who get into the startup early will usually receive a greater percentage of the option pool than employees who arrive later.

The initial size of the option pool may decrease with subsequent rounds of funding because of investors' ownership demands. The creation of an option pool will commonly dilute the founders' share in the company because investors (angels and venture capitalists) often insist on it.

KEY TAKEAWAYS

How Option Pools Are Structured

The shares that comprise an option pool typically are drawn from investor stock in the company rather than the shares earmarked for investors. This may be 15%–25% of the overall outstanding shares and may be determined when the startup receives its earliest funding round as part of the overall terms put in place.

It is also possible that a company, over the course of its development and subsequent funding rounds, may establish additional option pools after the initial one is put in place. The size of the pool may be dictated or advised by the venture backers to be a portion of the pre-money or post-money valuation of the company. Negotiations over the scope of the option pool can affect the startup’s overall price. For example, investors may want an option pool offered post-money option to be priced at the pre-money valuation, which could lower the price for the company.

Other Considerations

The shares disbursed from the option pool may be determined by the roles of the employees as well as when they are hired. For example, senior management that is brought on board near the founding of the startup may receive a percentage of the entire pool, whereas later employees in more junior roles might be granted just fractions of a percent.

The option pool grants shares that, like other types of stock options, often require a period of time before they are vested. This means the employee will not be able to benefit from these shares possibly for several years. By delaying their ability to reap monetary value from their portion of the option pool, the belief is that the employee will contribute more to the overall health and growth of the company in order to see the greatest possible gains when the shares vest.

Launching a new business? Putting in long hours?

Congratulations.

Now for the not so good news: You’re likely going to have a few bumps and hurdles along the way.

As an entrepreneur the possibilities for errors are endless: Like failing to file important compliance documents. Or overlooking an important tax filing deadline. How about blowing through all of your startup funding.

When these and other mishaps occur, it’s so easy to write them off as simply another case of “we didn’t know what we didn’t know.”

But here’s the good news:

Every mistake you make is a learning moment

Below are seven of the most common pitfalls startup entrepreneurs make when launching a new business.

Regardless of whether you’re a newly minted entrepreneur or have been into your business for the past 2–3 years, we invite you to capture some notes and heed the call to action on what you read below.

Pitfall #1: Too Much, Too Fast

You’ve started your business and the adrenaline is flowing. Things have reached a fever pitch. You’re feeling ambitious and on top of the world. And yes, of course, you’re expecting immediate results.

“Next week we’ll be profitable,” you tell yourself. And then you have a Chinese Bamboo Tree moment.

When you find yourself in this trap, it’s important to keep in mind that we often OVERESTIMATE what we can achieve in “Year One” while UNDERESTIMATING what we can do in say Year Five.

The lesson here:

Mistakes are going to occur. So you may as well learn from them.

Pitfall #2: Putting off Setting Up a Corporate Entity:

If you have a highly conservative accountant they will likely tell you that you can get away with simply registering with your Secretary of State as a sole proprietor. But there’s more to this story so listen up: Setting up a business entity ( LLC, S Corporation, or C Corporation) right out of the gate may be an important step for you to consider for one major reason, namely, it can serve as a form of liability and personal asset protection in the event that you’re sued.

Pitfall #3: Not Having a Good Bookkeeping System

Here’s an often overlooked fact: Having a great bookkeeping system (i.e. keeping those receipts) will not only allow you to maximize your tax writeoffs but save you a ton of headaches and extra CPA costs at tax time.

Back in the day, the modus operandi was to toss all of your lose receipts in a bag and hand them off to your bookkeeper monthly for reconciliation. Today we have great online sites and apps that can assist with digital downloads of bank statements and receipts. So there are no excuses for not having a good system in place.

Pitfall #4: A Lack of Startup Funding

It’s well documented that the number one cause of business failure is a lack of funding and working capital. Therefore it is an important piece to get a handle early on in terms of what will it take to keep your business running on a day-to-day basis. Otherwise, this disconnect could lead to funding shortfalls that might quickly put your business in peril.

Your Secret Sauce for better funding outcomes: Learn about the importance of Cap Tables.

Pitfall #5: Poor Sales Execution and Growth Mindset: As a startup, building a sales funnel can often lose importance in our list of priorities even though we are well aware of its importance. It goes without saying that this can lead to disastrous consequences.

Grant Cardone in his bestselling book entitled The 10X Rule: The Only Difference Between Success and Failure admonishes us to take massive action in the work that we do, saying that it is vital for the success of our business.

Here is a brief video of Grant discussing his 10X Growth Mindset!

Pitfall #6: Taking Shortcuts With Your Product or Service

The late inspirational speaker and thought leader Jim Rohn noted in one of his early seminars, “You get paid for bringing value to the marketplace, and if you’re not very valuable you don’t make much money.

The same is true for your business: The MARKETPLACE VALUE of your product or service is what will ultimately determine your business success. In other words, if you focus on all of the other details of your business versus working on the quality of your product or service, your business will likely see an early demise.

Pitfall #7: Lack of Strategic Direction

Here’s the key: Find your business sweet spot and then stay in your lane. Because if you disperse your energy in too scattered of a fashion, you will experience the Law of Diminishing Returns and your business will crumble.

Here’s a great book to read on this point: Blue Ocean Strategy: How to Create Uncontested Market Space and Make Competition Irrelevant by W. Chan Kim and Renee Mauborgne

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