We've interviewed thousands of successful founders at Starter Story and asked what advice they would give to entrepreneurs who are just getting started.
Here's the best advice we discovered for starting a golf club brand:
#1: Tyler Sullivan, founder of BombTech Golf:
We chatted with with Tyler, founder of BombTech Golf ($1M/month). In our interview, Tyler says:
At that point I knew that this was my destiny. I just sold something, while I was on a boat!! My mind was completely blown.
The costs to start weren’t cheap. I started when I had a solid job and I cashed out my 401K to help fund the tooling cost and first sample run.
Early on, when I started. I focused on all the wrong things: Website design, font types, colors, all these things that really didn’t matter.
Early on, I would make videos that were terrible, but I put my face to the brand and made it personal. Attaching myself to the brand was one of the key reasons why I was able to scale up the business.
Email is our biggest asset and the reason that we have been able to scale and make ads profitable.
I felt busy and thought my micro actions were moving the needle, but in reality you have to look at the big levers and delegate out the small tasks.
Stop tweaking those website fonts! Ha.
I used to listen to a million podcasts. But I honestly think that most of them are just a distraction.
Read the full interview ➜