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About Joshua Latimer:
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Joshua has a passion to help small businesses understand the power of systems and automation in their business.
In early 2015 Joshua sold his company to a buyer from California and moved to Costa Rica with his high school sweetheart and 4 children.
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- He enjoyed a successful career selling financial products, before transitioning to becoming his own boss.
- “I was contributing my excellence to build someone else’s dream, and not my own.”
- “Don’t despise small beginnings.” Advice from Joshua’s mom. But you slowly need to shift your thinking into the mindset of an executive…becoming the CEO of your company.
- The question is not “how do I deploy systems in my business”, instead the question should be “is the way we are currently executing within our business serve us best?”
- He explains that we must be intentional (what is your why) to effectively operate a business.
- Be relational-minded, versus transaction-minded in your small business.
- Joshua shares the challenges of remotely managing a virtual business. They use Trello to help communicate among their remote team.
- A key to his success has been his grit! “The war of business is fought between your ears!”
- Always focus on higher level things (delegate other tasks).
- Joshua recommends that you never give up!
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