From: Sam Carpenter
February 10, 2021
To my Fellow Business Owner:
Are you spending too much time and energy fighting fires and dealing with chaos in your business? Do you wish you could stop owning a job and start owning a business?
My guess is you answered”yes” to both questions….
Sure, you may try to mask the pain by saying things like, “I’d rather work 80 hours for myself than 40 hours for someone else…because I’m an entrepreneur!” But you and I know that’s not what you really want.
Truth is, you’d rather work less and make more, right? And when you are working, you wish you could spend that time on projects you want to do versus have to do… the important stuff rather than the urgent, low-level stuff. Right?
If the above is true, then this program is a perfect fit for you.
So, here’s the bottom line: If you truly desire to cut your workload and recoup a personal life – to make the leap from being self-employed to being an actual business owner, consider this:
If you commit to the WTS Method for the next 120 days, you will have a business you control…instead of it controlling you. You will end up with a strong, stable business built on systems and processes that will allow it to grow to the next level without you having to do EVERYTHING!!
Imagine managing your internal business systems so you are delegating all that low-level “stuff,” while you focus your personal efforts on key, revenue-generating activities.
When you restructure your business in this way, you’ll not only dramatically increase profit, but you’ll have the free time and personal life you’ve always wanted.
Remember, this is not theory. I know this works because of the transformation I’ve experienced in my own business, going from 100-hour work weeks with little profit, to working zero hours a week and, increasing my personal income by over 50X! And I also know the WTS methodology works because Josh and I have seen it work for over 1,000 business owners who we’ve personally helped.
I outline my experience – and the essence and the how-to of the Method – in my just-released fourth edition of Work the System: The Simple Mechanics of Making More and Working Less, published on February 9, 2021 (The first edition was published 13 years ago).