Today, I’m talking with Chris Krimitsos, a serial entrepreneur with a wide range of expertise, to say the least.
One of the hardest, but most important, things to do as a founder is identify where you add the most value and then structure so you can focus as much energy as possible on those things.
In our chat, Chris shares how he has done that in multiple ventures and how you can do the same in your business.
Chris has a wealth of experience and doesn’t hold back the lessons he’s learned on hiring, training, and scaling, among many other topics.
- Background leading up to today
- The practical side of growing a business
- Where do you personally add the most value to the business?
- How much of your time are you able to spend on your unique value?
- What is something you really shouldn’t be doing anymore?
- What is one position you wished you hired for earlier?
- What has been the hardest part of building the business for you personally?
- What do you do when you feel overwhelmed or unfocused?
- What new challenges are you preparing for as a founder?
- Tying it together
- What advice do you wish you could give yourself when you started as a first-time founder?
- “Rapid Fire” Questions
- Where can listeners go to learn more?