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29 Founders Share How To Continue Growing After A Year Of Growth

Posted by Equals 3 on Mar 21, 2018 12:24:00 PM

By Yitzi Weiner

Growth. We all want to grow. Every company wants to grow. But how does one keep growing. How does one continue growing after they have had a year of growth?

I reached out to 29 Founders and CEOs to share their strategies on they plan to continue growing after a year a growth.

The answers were profound. Enjoy!

Scott Litman, Founder & Managing Partner, Equals 3

My Background

Scott Litman is an entrepreneur in search of new ways technology can advance the mission of chief marketing officers, advertising, and media agencies. From the early days of the Internet and the first websites, to business portals of the dot com era to the latest generation of 1:1 marketing — integrating sales, service, and marketing — Litman and his business partner Dan Mallin have a broad history of building businesses that help clients, including Fortune 1000 marketers and large ad agencies, take advantage of cutting-edge digital transformation.

My Strategy to Achieve Sequential Growth This Year

On a professional level, 2018 is going to be a critical year for the evolution of Lucy, the AI solution that we developed two years ago for marketers to manage and maximize data more effectively. She has won several industry awards and accolades already, but we are doubling down on the things she can do to simplify work for marketers this year. This is a very exciting time for us and our clients with the launch of Lucy 2.0.

On a personal level, I’ve officially reached that point where my kids are grown enough to be in a travel soccer league. So, in addition to no longer coaching 40+ youth sports teams, I will spend a lot more time traveling to my kids’ sporting events. I’ll have to learn how to enjoy the game from a different perspective: in the stands. I ultimately see this as an opportunity for personal growth — it is a big change of pace for someone who’s used to being in control.


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