Big Data Supply Inc. is focused in the ITAD industry (I.T. Asset Disposition). Specializing in recycling I.T. items through reuse such as; data tape media, hard drives, data storage hardware, networking devices and telecom systems. They also offer data destruction services and third party maintenance on data storage and network hardware. Their vision is to reduce waste of 99.9% of the world’s IT materials by recycling and reuse, and energy generating disposal. Brian Musil President/ CEO joins us on the Critical Mass Radio Show to discuss his firm as a part of our Summer Series on Fast Growth: Orange County Companies.
1. Be humble and utilize resources. It is hard enough to own and operate a business but to be an entrepreneur trying to run a start up company is even harder.Therefore, it is so important to remember to stay humble and utilize the resources that are available to you at the time. Ever business has a starting point and a growth curve, the one that your business is currently at is exactly where you are supposed to be in order to achieve maximum growth and resources in the future. Stay positive, humble, and keep your end goal in mind as you take your business from level zero to level one hundred and achieve your goal.
2.Build your business on scalable system. EOS is the most reoccurring tool for entrepreneurs learning how to run, operate, and scale their businesses. With that however, it is important to be able to set a realistic scale for your business growth. Do not set unrealistic expectations of growth for your business because you will ultimately end up wasting valuable resources and labor in the process. Scale your growth and you may end up exceeding your own expectations in the process.
3.Hire people that have the same core values as you do. One of the hardest aspects of being an entrepreneur is hiring the right people to help you along the way. One of the easiest ways to get around this would be to hire people that share the same values and visions as you do. In other words do not rush the hiring process. In order for a business to be successful it needs employees that care about achieving the goals you have established as much as you do. Therefore, take the time to match the person to the job and not the job to the person.
Listen to our full interview with Brian Musil here: