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Growth Strategies / Growth

Are You Scaling Your Business for the Right Reasons?

Bigger business can mean bigger profits, but that shouldn't be your end goal.
- Contributor
Founder of Ambitious.com
2 min read
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In this video, Entrepreneur Network partner Greg Rollett explains why you should scale your business. It's probably not why you'd expect. It isn't to generate more revenue or make more money.

At least, that shouldn't be the end goal. The end goal should be about service. The more you earn, the more you can help and affect your community and contribute to charity. The wider your product or services become available, the more your customers should benefit from your offerings. 

Are you scaling your business to serve, or are you doing it to make more money?

Click play to learn more.

Related: How to Grow Your Online Business When You Don't Have Any Money

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