Joe Kashurba is a leading young entrepreneur. He got to this point the same way everyone else did- perseverance. He grew out of a legendarily Wild West-oriented system out of the early mainstream days of the Internet. We then developed an expansive client list and grew his one-man operation into a full team. Through the last few years, he has crafted a cult-like following of devoted professionals who see the systems he uses as excellent and productive. His Agency Accelerator Program refines many of the many steps required to succeed in the freelance world.
Followers recognize the significance of the program to expedite processes, develop automation, and scale the business to an appropriate level with calculated risks. Scaling is, perhaps, the most immediate mistake made by many. They get too over-eager in their quest for success, and it results in an infrastructure unable to cope with the staggering growth. Due to this, it falls under its own weight.
A plan to spend $5,000 on marketing is great. What happens if it is a splendid success? What happens if the website slows down tremendously because the back-end is built on a free monthly wix subscription? What if all the new fans are now turned away? The image is ruined.
Determination is Only One Small part of Development
It can be reversed, but at what cost? This is one small example of how scaling is incredibly beneficial to the longevity of the processes applied. It is something that Kashurba stresses on his profile. The determination is one key part. Scaling is another. Momentum helps, and the accelerator program works towards keeping the momentum high in a tough industry.
All of these things are combined to help elevate a small business owner to a higher level. Kashurba is not divine. He started out not as a master of the field, but a regular “Joe” working in the small time to grow into the better stuff. Though freelance has shifted, the processes are still quite similar. It still requires dedication, perhaps more so now than then. It still requires logistics, balancing, and proper scaling. It can all be learned.