93. Bernard Dalichau shares how he grew his home health care business from $45k to over $1million in less than 7 years...
In the previous episode, Sean Piket taughs how to "simplify sales complexity" to get more clients.
Bernard is the President and Founder of Lavender Home Care Solutions, which improves the quality of life of our senior population through his well-trained family of caregivers, he started his first business after college procuring natural stone from Pakistan and Egypt. Living there for 4 years he found his drive to build community based on culture and vision. A true entrepreneur, he started Lavender on 45K and grew it to a million dollar company in a mere 4 years.
I failed in my first business. I learned a big lesson then. You have to know that the surge of your business can stop in one moment. To be able to cope with such risks, you have to be open-minded and continuously search for new success paths. Failure should be seen not as a wall, but as a hurdle.
It was when my mother sent me a business plan that caught my attention. Back then, I was bored with my job, and my boss. This new business idea totally grabbed me.
Listening is the greatest tool a leader should have. The more I truly listen to my team, and clients, the more impact we have as a business.
What is your hidden talent? I was a DJ for ten years.
Social Media Tool: Twitter
Business Book: "Art of War" by Sun Tzu