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Episode 333: Go ahead — make mistakes on purpose, with Paul Maskill.

Paul Maskill invested in his first TGA franchise in 2011, combining his business experience with passion for sports. TGA makes golf and tennis more accessible to students ages 3 to 15 through on-campus after school programs, summer camps, parent / child events and more. Over the last 4.5 years, Paul has grown his business to four franchises, impacting thousands of kids each year. At the end of 2015, Paul sold his four franchises for over 6x his initial investment and 3x his net profit. Paul then accepted a position with the franchisor to lead business development and helps current franchise owners to help build their businesses through people, processes, and systems so the business thrives without relying on the owner.

 

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Secret – timesaving technique

Paul time blocks his morning — have a plan and stay organized. ONWARD!

Daily habit that contributes to success

Stay organized — Paul believes in documenting everything you can in your business.

Could have ruined your business – but now – an invaluable learning experience

Paul reached a breaking point where he couldn’t do it all anymore — and Paul tells the whole story here.

Most critical skill you think business owners need to master to be successful

“Organization and hard work.”

Most influential lesson learned from a mentor

“Show up every day and work hard.”

 

Final Round – “Breaking Down the Recipe for Success”

 

What systems would you go back and put into place sooner?

I would have been proactive with my schedule and got my must-do things done by noon.

What one strategy or “recipe” would compound into big wins for business owners?

Do the little things and big things will happen.

How to exceed expectations and add the most value?

An individual would take initiative.

What strategy would you recommend new business owners focus on to best ensure success?

  1. Start with the end in mind and stay consistent
  2. Just get started and make mistakes
  3. Trust your staff until they give you a reason not to

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