The Melting Pot with Dominic Monkhouse

Running A Business In A Recession with Shannon Byrne Susko

Episode Summary

You’ve probably shifted your thinking from ‘how to survive the pandemic’ to ‘how to survive the upcoming recession’. In which case, you don’t want to miss this episode with Shannon Byrne Susko, CEO of Metronome United, serial entrepreneur, author and speaker. Key takeaways: Adaptability of people’s minds Repeatable growth system The changing needs of your core customer Metronomics The coach cascade system The importance of language in an organisation Metronome growth system software

Episode Notes

You’ve probably shifted your thinking from ‘how to survive the pandemic’ to ‘how to survive the upcoming recession’. In which case, you don’t want to miss this episode with Shannon Byrne Susko, CEO of Metronome United, serial entrepreneur, author and speaker. 

You may be familiar with Shannon as this isn’t her first time on The Melting Pot; we’ve had her on the podcast before (you can find a link to her previous episode in the links section). 

We’ve invited Shannon back to discuss what she’s learned over the last few months, to share with our audience what she thinks the future looks like and to find out what she is seeing with the businesses she is currently working with in the US and Canada. And what in particular they’re doing to ensure they’re not just surviving, but thriving.

“So the number one thing I learned is that a repeatable growth system works in good times and bad times. The same fundamentals, the same things that we want to put in place to grow a company also works when there's a huge crisis in the market.” 

And that’s what Dom and Shannon discuss today. The topic of conversation has quickly moved beyond ‘how to run a business during lockdown’ to thinking longer-term, to making it through the upcoming recession. 

Because running a business in a recession is like nothing you’ve ever experienced before unless of course, you’ve run a business in a recession. 

This is a really great conversation with lots of actionable insight, we hope you enjoy as much as we did. 

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