February 1, 2024
Michel Gagnon
Podcast
Double Your Revenue in 90 Days with Strategy Sprints CEO, Simon Severino

Imagine doubling your revenue in just 90 days—sounds too good to be true? Our guess doesn't believe so. In fact, he has done that repeatedly with his clients.

Simon Severino is CEO of Strategy Sprints, a seasoned B2B advisor who developed a simple approach to growing revenues and building businesses.

In this episode of Growth Leap, Simon explains his agile business strategies, his focus on marketing, sales, and operations, and his tireless emphasis on simplification.

We cover:

  • Doubling Revenue in 90 Days: Uncover the secret that's driving growth for many businesses
  • Discover the benefits of staying nimble and responsive in a dynamic marketplace
  • Pipeline Management: Keep track of your leads and never let another opportunity slip
  • Stay on top of your game by monitoring the right data and performance
  • Understand the importance of choosing the right KPIs and how it affects your growth
  • Learn the importance of crafting offers that are simply too good to resist
  • Keep a finger on the pulse of your business with real-time updates
  • Strengthen your daily and weekly routines to drive consistent progress
  • Meaningful Business: See how agile methods improve not just your bottom line, but your overall quality of life

You can download Simon's Strategic Value tool at https://www.strategysprints.com/tools

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In this episode, we cover:

00:27 Intro

03:22 How Simon doubles his clients' revenue in 90 days

05:48 The top mistakes Simon finds in underperforming businesses

07:14 The three key numbers Simon puts in his dashboard

11:05 Simon's strategy to simplify and have a better life

15:28 Why Simon believes niching down doesn't work

17:16 How to build an irresistible offer

22:10 Simon's take on AI and automation

25:55 What Simone borrowed from his triathlon coach

29:16 Measuring inputs to get real time data and successful projects

31:47 60% of what you do is not important