The Foundations to Business Growth, Idea Man Erik in SA Magazine

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Sammis Ochoa and Salesby5 team up to teach the most important foundations for your business.Mastering your actionable core values, brand promise, BHAG, and company purpose can make growth easier and faster. Some companies have established these foundations, but they aren’t right. Most companies don’t have them at all. Eliminate common problems and motivate your team to take your organization to the next level by establishing these values, promise, and purpose. Seating is extremely limited- RSVP now for this complimentary event on March 27th!

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A Self Made Man – Check Out Erik in this month’s SA Man Magazine

Erik’s prescription for success is simple:

1) Never assume — always deal with facts.
2) Follow your heart.

3) Have fun.

He has built an incredibly successful business without requiring clients to sign contracts. And he is not afraid to toss everything out the door to start over. Call him a “risk preferrer,” and you’d be right on target. Erik describes his work this way: “I grow businesses. And that,” he adds, “is a lot more than just sales. Clients know if Sales By Five has made a difference to their bottom line,” he says. “For example, we helped the Miner Corporation go from $7 million a year to $70 million in revenue.”

Bachelor Extraordinaire – Nan featured in  

All grown up now with his own career as a “business growth expert” for local consulting firm Sales by 5, Nan has indulged a love for travel, exploring cities and meeting locals around the world. He’s always loved technology, but growing up his parents wanted him to be social, too, so they would enforce time limits on his computer usage. Today, he combines the two as an active social media user.

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