When you start a business, there’s plenty of excitement, adrenaline and ambition at the beginning. But then you get one year or a couple of years into your business and you devote your energy and time performing a balancing act between finances, objectives and customer relations. As a business owner, your plate can fill up quickly and the idea of growth can seem more daunting than exciting at times—especially when you don’t know where to start. However you’re in luck, because you started your business in Lynchburg, The City of Opportunity. And here, you will find a welcoming, supportive community with resources that can help move your business into the next phase of growth.
In our personal lives, we’re often not afraid to seek out help. We hire personal trainers to help us eat right and get in shape. We seek out financial advisors to help us maximize our investments. And, we look to therapists and mental health professionals to help us manage our day-to-day stresses. So, why wouldn’t the same concept apply to our business?
Ryan Ford, president of Seven Hills Food Co., shares his story and lessons learned in the latest Launched in Lynchburgseries video.
Whether you are talking to potential investors, colleagues, friends, distributors, or leads, learning how to condense your message and highlight what's important is a skill that every entrepreneur should master.