The Success Anatomy, Interview with 7-figure business owner Ravi Abuvala

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Today, I spoke with Ravi Abuvala! 

Ravi is an online business expert who’s built, from the ground up, numerous seven-figure business. Yes, I know, Ravi takes business development to the next level. 

Ravi is also an expert in sales, having sold $264 million worth of products/services for his clients and partners.

While we talked, I asked Ravi a few questions about himself, his journey so far and his passion for business development. Here’s our conversation;

1. Can you tell me a little about yourself?

My name is Ravi Abuvala and I’m am a twenty-five-year-old law school drop out turned online business owner. 

In the past eighteen months, I’ve created and scaled multiple seven-figure businesses, travelled to over 60 cities around the world, and helped hundreds of others achieve the same amount of freedom.

2. What inspired you to get into Business Development and how are you so good at it?

Nothing really inspired me and I didn’t really mean to get into business development. I just focused on working on my business instead of in it (which most entrepreneurs don’t do) and because of that, I was able to see success. 

3. What core values and principles do you apply in your daily activities?

Discipline and regiment are the keys to freedom. People for some reason think it is the opposite, however, in reality, they build us the life we want, allowing us to create, grow, and scale with predictability.

4. What words of advice would you like to share with new brands who are finding it hard to stand out and scale their business?

Focus on touchpoints, as many pieces of outreach that you can do in a day. Set appointments and take appointments.

5. What’s your favourite book?

I would say The Slight Edge by Jeff Olson. This book teaches us that the little things we do or ignore can affect our end goal.

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