In episode 105 of The Top, Nathan Latka interviewed David Abrams, the founder of Systemize.ly. They discussed how David has used a smart professional offering to drive cash flow, and then used that cash to invest in building a cutting edge software platform. Nathan dove into the numbers and explored how much revenue Systemizely is generating and what it’s costing David to invest in Demio.
And of course, we also got to hear David’s answers to “The Famous Five!” Check out his answers.
1.Favorite Business Book: The Millionaire Fastlane
2.Is there aCEO that you’re following or studying right now? Jason Lemkin Saastr
3.Favorite online tool: Slack and Trello as one tool
4.Do you get 8 hours of sleep each night? Yes 7.5 – 8.
5.If you wish your 20-year old self knew one thing, what would it be? There is no secret formula to being an entrepreneur. You just have to jump in and risk it, do it. Stay focused on your goals.
Go ahead and listen to the episode for yourself. (It only takes ~15 minutes!)
Then read on to hear me break down the most important takeaway from the show.
Did you know that Apple is absolutely crushing it in 2015?
If not, then you’ll be blown away by the numbers that Apple recently reported at the end of the last quarter!
Don’t just take my word for it though, take a look at some of the incredible milestone numbers that Apple’s churning out below:
*Total revenue generated: $74.6 billion dollars
*Total profit generated: $18 billion dollars
*Being spotlighted on a Systemize.ly blog post by Michael James: PRICELESS
Pretty amazing, RIGHT?
What’s even more amazing though is the fact that Apple accomplished the above financial feats in the “post Steve Jobs era“, and even won another brand of the year award edging out a far second Samsung.
***Hate It or Love It – The Under Dog Is On Top***
To be an award-winning company that dominates all other brands in the world, it takes a special vision and a specific code of business operations…
Luckily for you, I believe that I may have cracked the “Apple Code” which means that you’re about to get hit upside the head with some serious high level business development information.