Profit is Personal

Profit is Personal

So many times in today’s press, profit gets a bad name.  In fact many of us in business have felt over the last 4 or 5 years that a capitalist or free market society has been under attack from the press and current political climate.  Just to be clear, politicians DO NOT create jobs.  Businesses create jobs, or more to the point, good managers, entrepreneurs, CEO’s, investors, rock-star sales people and the occasional category creating engineer create jobs. 

Over the years we have created jobs for about 25 people and with the businesses that we have worked with directly, I would conservatively say we have helped create 100, if not 200 jobs.  When it comes to the economic impact and job creation that has resulted from what we do as member businesses at Rainmakers I would guess that in the last decade we have created well over 1000 jobs together.

Since I have been working with Dan Lacy at Dynasty Builders I have personally seen him help businesses grow profit by 20, 30 and even 100 percent.  Guess what his clients do?  They create jobs!  In fact, we have hired a new employee just 3 months ago that has helped grow my Stringcan business 300% and we will be hiring a couple more people by the end of the year.

We could not have done that without profit and understanding the role that it plays in our business life.  On April 18th you have a chance to change your “Profit Paradigm.”  To change the way you think about profit.  I think you have a chance to make profit “personal.”  You could be the next person that creates a job.  You have as chance to build your business and create a new relationship of value.  A chance to find a person that you can provide a once in a lifetime opportunity to and you can gain x-factor multiplier you need for your business because you made one simple change in the way you think.

You changed your profit paradigm.  You moved it from 6 letter obscenity to the lifeblood of your organization.

We hope you’ll join us on April 18th.  Register here 


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