In this episode, I sit down with co-founder of Interact Quiz Builder, Josh Haynam, to discuss how putting the right people and processes into place in his company led to them helping over 40,000 brands create lead generation platforms in the form of quizzes, assessments, and giveaways. We talk about how the recession forced him into entrepreneurship and got him hooked on building things, a typical day as CEO over in-house, remote, and flexible employees, and what he refused to let go of that had him banging his head against the wall for two years.
We also cover Josh’s stark realizations that allow him to get more done, developing processes to increase efficiency, and how he transitioned from being the doer to being the person creating the processes then delegating them.
This was an awesome discussion with Josh I hope you enjoy. Now let’s jump right in and get to the straight talk!
What You'll Discover In This Episode:
- The Powerful Outcomes Of Utilizing Processes Consistently
- How To Continually Beat Regression And Get The Results You Want
- The Benefits Of Stepping Away From Your Business For A Little While
- How Time Blocking Has Enabled Josh To Get More Done In An Hour Than He Used To Get Done In A Day
- So Much More!
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About The Guest:
Josh Haynam is the co-founder of Interact Quiz Builder, a tool used by more than 30,000 businesses including The American Red Cross, Home Depot, and Forbes. He's probably seen more quizzes than any other human on earth right now. Josh started interact with no outside funding and it's been a typical "4 years to overnight success" story.
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