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From the desk of Paul Green

Dear MSP owner,

Understand this:
Winning higher quality clients who stay longer and spend more, is the route to a better business, and a better life.

The MSPs that win in the next decade will not be those who are ‘lucky’. I don’t really believe in luck. I believe luck is where preparation meets opportunity.

I want to help your business become one of the winners

You see, I don’t own an MSP. This is a strength not a weakness, as it gives me the power of perspective. Yet I do understand the sheer joy (and pure hell) of owning and running a business.

In fact, over a decade I grew, then sold a successful B2B marketing company called Growth UK. I started it in 2005 after having an ‘entrepreneurial seizure’ and quitting my job in the media (I worked in newspapers and radio for 13 years. Great fun). But the story really begins at 6.15pm on Sunday 18th July 2010.

It was a hot Sunday afternoon. And with just one hour’s warning, my wife went into labour and gave birth to our only child, Tilda. She was an incredible 15 weeks’ premature. And the Special Care Baby Unit doctors warned us she might not survive the night.

I’d been a business owner for five years at that point. It was doing OK – I was making a living – but the personal price I was paying was way too high.

I was working stupid hours, 6 days a week, to try to grow the business. I had two staff. But it seemed like nothing really happened unless I personally did it. I had to market the business. Sell to clients. Lead the delivery. Worry about cash flow. The staff got paid before I did (sometimes I went months without pay). Work/life balance was way out of whack. Sound familiar? It’s a position many business owners find themselves in. But in the long-term it’s not healthy

Understand this: You’re not going to get to the end of your life, look back, and wish you’d spent more time fixing computers and advising on IT strategies. Instead, you’ll wish you’d spent more time with your children. Or other half. Or just having more fun – hang gliding; golf; whatever your thing is.

For three months after Tilda’s birth, I focused on my family. I kept in contact with the business, but I wasn’t there – mentally or physically.

Tilda amazed the doctors with her progress, and today is a happy healthy hilarious 10-year-old. Back to 2010. The day I returned to work after a 3 month break, I was dreading it. Would there be a viable business to return to? Or would it have taken a massive step backwards?

Actually, it was the complete opposite. My two staff had stepped up to the mark, and had replaced me! They were keeping the marketing going, selling to clients and delivering. And do you know what… the business was running more efficiently than when I had been there for 12 hours a day.

I remember feeling a little hurt at first. After all, as business owners, our identity is tied up with our business, right? But I quickly realised how exciting this was. Because now I had space. To stand back, and work ON the business, rather than IN it.

I stopped going into the office so much, and started working from McDonalds, Costa and Starbucks (anywhere I could get power and Wi-Fi became my office).

I took more time off. I went on more holidays, including a two week cruise with zero internet or phone contact (bliss).

In 2012, we moved to a new home an hour away from the office. And I started only going in on Thursday mornings.

Suddenly, I had a business that was there for me. Rather than the other way around. And the growth was impressive every year. From 2010 to 2011 the business grew its turnover by 47%. The year after it grew by 67%.

On the 24th March 2016 I sold the business to a digital marketing agency for an undisclosed sum.

So what did I actually do to grow the business to the point it could be sold as a profitable, ongoing concern? That’s simple. I focused all my attention on systemising effective marketing, sales and delivery. That’s it.

And that’s why I have called this book Updating Servers Doesn’t Grow Your Business.

Don’t get me wrong. I know that’s a critical part of what you do. And I make the assumption that your business is excellent at providing IT support.

But this book is aimed at the owners and managers of MSPs or IT support companies who want to grow turnover and net profit. And at the same time have a dramatically better work/life balance.

This is your call to action. Your call to arms

This is the day you start the difficult, but rewarding process of changing your business.

Let’s change your business so it generates more clients and more net profit, more easily, with dramatically less stress for you.

Let’s get started. Apply for a free copy of my book right now.

Paul Green, founder of Paul Green’s MSP Marketing

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There’s 12 parts to this book.
Inside you’ll discover:

Part one: Powerful sales and marketing

Find the right new clients, and put off time wasters

What makes you different from all the other MSPs or IT support companies?

Upgrade your website to do the selling for you

Retain your clients and increase average lifetime value

Persuade clients to choose to spend more with you

Reduce stress with recurring revenue

Make your business famous

Part two: Get a better work/life balance

The three types of staff

A consistent experience whether you are there or not

Why you need to take more holidays

Plan early for a profitable exit

The will to act

There’s 12 parts to this book
Inside you’ll discover:

Part one: Powerful sales and marketing

  • Find the right new clients, and put off time wasters

  • What makes you different from all the other MSPs or IT support companies?

  • Upgrade your website to do the selling for you

  • Retain your clients and increase average lifetime value

  • Persuade clients to choose to spend more with you

  • Reduce stress with recurring revenue

  • Make your business famous

Part two: Get a better work/life balance

  • The three types of staff

  • A consistent experience whether you are there or not

  • Why you need to take more holidays

  • Plan early for a profitable exit

  • The will to act

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