We Live To Build
We help 7+ figure brands renegotiate their contracts with Chinese suppliers. If we don't save you money, you pay us absolutely nothing.
We are value-add investors looking globally for early stage cash flow businesses.
We use Psychology to teach execs to be more empathetic leaders.
Why We Build
What does it mean to build?
Building to us means putting your heart and soul into creating a business that generates value for the world.
It means learning, growing, sharing, and empowering a team of people who are dedicated to serving a mission greater than themselves.
It means establishing something that can live on without you.
Guest IntroDavis Nguyen is the founder of My Consulting Offer, which helps aspiring consultants get hired by management consulting firms like McKinsey, Bain, and Boston Consulting Group. We discussed the importance of exit interviews and why you should be instituting...
Guest IntroNick Jonsson is the co-founder & Managing Director of Executives’ Global Network in Singapore, which creates confidential peer groups for founders and high-powered executives to learn, share, and grow with each other. He’s also the Co-Founder and CEO of EGN...
Guest IntroCody Bramlett is the CEO of Science Natural Supplements, an e-commerce brand that earns 8 figures per year in revenue using 100% affiliate marketing. In this episode, we talk about what affiliate marketing is, and how to get started building your brand...
For most of my entrepreneurial career, I've done close to everything myself since I know that if I want something to be done right, I have to do it myself. With growth, however, that became an exceedingly lofty task and required me to hire a virtual assistant to...
Personally, I really like this idea and I think companies won’t necessarily lose productivity this way. When employees have more time to rest and rewind, their motivation increases and they are likely to finish more work during those 4 days. Also, achieving work-life...
The pandemic changed our industry in two ways. First, while we are undergoing some Zoom fatigue the pandemic made remote working normalized for the first time ever. Prior to that most organizations were not ready to work remotely and neither did they have the tools or...