Does Time in Effort Necessarily Equal Value?

February 22nd, 2009 by | Print

I don’t believe that it does.

A couple of weeks ago, I had the pleasure of interviewing Rod Alan Richardson, Business Consultant and Trainer. He supported what I believe and what so many other successful entrepreneurs have proven: That the time it takes to deliver value and the amount of money received for that value don’t necessarily have a direct relationship. Expediency and quality is a powerful combination. By the way, some of Rod’s cool deliverables include the following:

  • Escalated an equipment manufacturer from $5 Million to $12 Million in 9 months
  • Built an Ecommerce business from idea to $30 Million in 18 months creating partnerships and leading strategies that attracted 3 million visitors per month
  • Designed a marketing strategy that attracted a $20 million capitalization into an Internet Technology company

He shared some great strategies that will help you not only increase your business productivity in less time but also create more value in the process.

I was so energized and inspired by his wisdom, and I hope you will be too. Click here, and give it a listen!

2 Responses to “Does Time in Effort Necessarily Equal Value?”

  1. Christina Carabini Says:

    To ensure you receive quality and timely help follow some basic guidelines as well……

  2. Caelyn Says:

    You put the lime in the coconut and drink the atircle up.

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