This is for business owners who KNOW what they need to do and need to do more of it.

It’s a place where results are measured weekly and progress is made daily.

It’s a program that forces you to focus on the bottom line and ignore the assorted bells and…


Ever feel alone in your entrepreneurial pursuits?

Ever feel like you’re doing it all wrong and that everyone else is doing better than you? (or so their social media accounts would have you believe!?)

Do you find yourself asking why you’re still struggling, no matter what you do?

I know…


Most company founders are good at the first stages of entrepreneurship. But in the phases that follow, they may only be average. Just because you have a knack for starting companies, doesn’t necessarily mean that those skills translate well into growing one.

There are celebrated cases of founders who have…


If you find yourself in a position where your customers always insist on speaking with you directly instead of your employees, then you might want to consider shifting your structure so you can improve the value of your business.

Here’s why: a business that can thrive without the owner at…


How’s your workload these days?

If the pandemic has forced you back into the weeds of your business, you’re not alone. …


Recurring revenue makes your company more predictable, extends the lifetime value of a customer, and ultimately makes your business more valuable. If you’re unsure how to create these automatic sales, a simple service contract can be the place to start.

A service contract is an agreement to provide an ongoing…


One of the most intimidating aspects of selling your business can be facing the barrage of questions during the various management presentations you’ll be doing for potential acquirers. Be prepared to be grilled on all facets of your operations. …


Companies like Netflix, UrthBox, and Amazon are leveraging the subscription business model to discover what their customers want next.

In a traditional business, the customer buys your product or service once, and it is up to you to try to convince them to buy again in the future. You often…


Repeat business drives the value of your company, and you can categorize these sales into one of two buckets:

  1. Reoccurring revenue comes from customers who purchase from you sporadically. They’re satisfied with what you offer, and they buy regularly yet not according to a specific timeline.
  2. Recurring revenue is predictable…


Are you stuck trying to figure out how to create some recurring revenue for your business?

You know those automatic sales will make your business more valuable and predictable, but the secret to transforming your company is to think less about what’s in it for you and more about coming…

Andre Abi Awad

Claim your Freedom as a Business Owner — Read more on “The Freedom Owner” publication on my profile. Helping Entrepreneurs in 31 countries since 2008.

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