7FF 300: Setting Yourself Up for Growth (How to Structure Your House Flipping Business)

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If you want to grow your house flipping or wholesaling business…

…you’re going to have to make a transition.

At some point in your journey, you’re going to have to stop being the guy or gal who “does all the work” and start becoming the “visionary leader” of your business.

As entrepreneurs, we know how to hustle.

Most of us got into flipping and wholesaling because we’re hard workers. We’re driven. We know how to get things done.

But as your business grows, you’re going to have to start letting go.

If you don’t, one of three things will happen…

  • You’ll burn out and quit.
  • You’ll bite off more than you can chew and end up losing money.
  • Or you’ll stay “stuck” where you are, limited by your own abilities.

To scale your business, you have to get out of your own way.

You have to make the transition from “being the business” to “leading the business.”

That’s easier said than done.

But on today’s episode of the podcast, I’m hanging out with 2 people who are going through this transition right now…

…and they have some great insights to share.

I’ve known Jason and Jennifer Ross for a while.

They started out doing 1 flip at a time, putting in most of the labor themselves.

But this year, they’ll close 50 deals…

…and they have 5 active flips in process right now.

It’s not all sunshine and rainbows, though.

Like I said, making that transition can be difficult.

So I asked Jason and Jennifer to jump on the podcast and share what they’re going through.

Let’s dig in!

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