“The only time to eat diet food is while you’re waiting for the steak to cook”
A cool, crisp autumn evening settles in. The deep orange sun gently sinks below the horizon. A panorama of fall colors frames the yard. On the front porch, smoke from a grill curls upward, hanging in the air. Locally-raised grass-fed, grass-finished beef rib-eyes cook on the grill. Perfect evening. Perfect steak.
Experiencing rapid growth is different from having scalability. Growth is an aspiration or end result while scalability is a capability that may or may not get exercised.
Today, our third newsletter on wholesale readiness, focuses on scaling. Growth and scaling are related, however not the same thing! Read more “2Bits: Tips for Farmers Selling Wholesale—what is scalability?!”
Co-founder Kim Harrison appreciated being invited to listen and participate in this important agriculture industry discussion.
“Celebrate what you’ve accomplished, but raise the bar a little higher each time you succeed.”
Two years ago, 2BuyAg Co-Founders, Kim Harrison, and her daughter, Olivia Vann, began the journey to create an online community and marketplace that would enable farmers and food buyers to more easily connect. They wanted a digital space where these farmers and food buyers could find each other, communicate and develop trusting relationships, and buy and sell food and other agriculture items. Read more “2Bits: Taking Time to Celebrate!”
Being busy does not always mean real work. The object of all work is production or accomplishment, and to either of these ends there must be forethought, system, planning, intelligence, and honest purpose, as well as perspiration. Seeming to do is not doing.
Today, our second newsletter on wholesale readiness will focus on planning for increased production capacity. We know farmers like to be in the field—planting, weeding, harvesting, caring for livestock. It’s hard to start your planning “on paper” or on a computer. Do this step! It is important. Write your plan down. Read more “2Bits: Tips for Selling Wholesale—Production Capacity”