One of the big lessons Ben learned was after 9 months of running Inspire.
He made the decision to sign a lease on a massive space in Newstead.
Because it was a big cafe space, Ben ended up getting a liquor licence and even having a bar.
Although it was initially enjoyable, the upfront capital costs were overwhelming…
The motivation behind Ben’s decision was because of the remarkable growth he experienced in the first 8 to 9 months of running Inspire.
However, he didn’t realise that the growth would stop.
Ben found that he extinguished his network.
And before he had realised that, he had signed a big lease.
In that process, he tried to find some more team members to help with the growth.
It was a rude awakening.
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