Dylan Sigley is a young entrepreneur who has been doing business for over five years. He is the founder of the Drop Servicing Blueprint – an online course that helps drop servicers get knowledge and skills of how to generate more revenue. This course has gathered lots of positive reviews of Dylan Sigley from several people across the globe that confess learning a lot after taking this course. He started this online course after building successful Drop Servicing businesses that he fully automated to earn him 7-figures.
In this article, I am going to share with you some of the lessons that startups can learn from Dylan Sigley’s success in running online businesses. These lessons apply to any form of startup and not just online businesses.
1. Delegation and automation increase efficiency
When Dylan Sigley had just operated his Drop Servicing business for about one year, it was highly profitable, but all this was at the expense of working too much and putting in a lot of extra hours. However, he realized that growing his business required him to get some time off to think about the future of his business and how to expand it.
That is why he had to automated most of the tasks that could be done without human intervention. This allowed him to have enough time for himself as a person and also to think about the future of the business and how best to grow it.
As a startup founder, you don’t have to do everything on your own, you need to build a team to help you with tasks that don’t need your intervention. However, you need to give your team goals that they are supposed to meet and the necessary resources they need to have the work done. If it is possible to automate some of your business tasks with software, don’t hesitate to go for it.
2. Always have something that motivates you
Besides the business goals, you need something personal that will give you the drive to wake up every morning and show up at work. Dylan Sigley always wanted to have the freedom to travel and live the life he wanted. This motivated him to build a business that would be able to fund the lifestyle he had earlier wanted to live.
As a startup owner, you need to have something personal that keeps you going no matter the challenges you find along the way. Make sure the goals you set are not generic, and they should also be able to keep you moving both in the short and long term.
3. Test your idea and business model before scaling up
Before officially starting the Drop Serving Blueprint course, Dylan Sigley first trained his friends that wanted to learn how to run a Drop Servicing business. It is after this that he later scaled up to start a real course. What we learn from this is that testing your idea before investing a lot of money is what will help you build an efficient startup.
4. Go all-in on marketing
After verifying the feasibility of your idea and business model, you now need to put all your efforts into marketing. When Dylan had just started his Drop Servicing business and made the first sales, he realized that Drop Servicing would be the business that would change his life. He then decided to hugely invest in marketing.
In Dylan Sigley’s story, he says that he would spend a lot of his resources scaling up his marketing campaigns which significantly increased the revenue of his Drop Servicing business. You may not necessarily spend all your capital on marketing, but the critical issue you need to note is marketing is the lifeline of any new business. So, you will need to invest as much as you can in marketing to let customers out there know that you exist and you’re good at what you do.
Review of Dylan Sigley
In conclusion, we agree with the above lessons. I will review Dylan Sigley’s lessons shortly and sum them up:
- Delegation is key in scaling your business and that is what Dylan is saying
- Have personal goals that keep you motivated
- Test your ideas before you spend a lot of money
- Let the marketing do the work for you.
Thanks so much for reading this article.
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