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Before You Decide to Expand, Answer These 3 Questions

Bigger is not always better.
Source: Joey Guidone

When opportunity knocks, sometimes it's smart to ignore it. 

Q: My wife and I started a church. It’s grown, and now we’re considering expanding to multiple services instead of just one. How do we decide whether to make that jump? -- Kris H.

Kris, almost every entrepreneur struggles to know if, when and. You want to offer more of what your customers (or, in your case, parishioners) love, but without exhausting your team and fracturing the model you built. 

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