For too many business owners, running a business feels like a curse. Long hours, late nights, interrupted vacations, feast or famine seasonality, employee headaches, customer headaches, not enough work, not enough workers. Sometimes, you start to wonder if it's worth it.
Author and CEO, Torlando Hakes started his first painting company in the thick of the Great Recession with no more than a bicycle and a backpack of supplies and grew it to a self-running machine with sales people and painters running most of the day-to-day. Thinking that delegation and freedom of time would solve all of his problems, he learned that the true measure of freedom in business is being engaged in your business and making a difference in the lives of your people.
In his book Sprint, Hakes instructs readers how to implement a simple production framework that will revolutionize your life and business. Those who use Sprint will have more productive employees, happier customers, and more profitable businesses.
Finally, business will become a blessing instead of feeling like a curse.