4/7 of way there with self service
If you have a software that generates wealth for people
I.e. you make people 10% additional revenue
And you charge 1%
All you need to do is sell that software 100 times to have the same revenue as the average company.
100 x 1% = 100% = 1 company
Now, you sell that 10,000 times.
And you're essentially running 100 companies.
This is how Amazon works, and how Stripe works.
They take a tiny % conversion fee.
But it adds up, since they have millions of merchants.
Software > e-commerce because of this
Since I can make 10 softwares.
10 softwares x 1% x 100 = 10 companies
Now you get 10,000 people using each software (each feeds into itself via a feedback loop)
E.g. people that have a lot of customer support enquiries (1)
Will have a lot of subscriptions (2)
And also a lot of SMS messages (3)
And so forth
The goal is to become as integrated as possible with the entire customer journey for every single business
Only up to about $1 trillion ish
After that I've got bigger things to do
Could probably do it only up to $200billion, but by the time they're at $100 billion they'll be growing by themselves so should be fine
Anyway, so, the key is to make the software as
10,000 stores * 3 softwares * 1% = 300 e-commerce stores
Assuming each brand I have does 10m/yr, that's 3b/yr no problem
But we're gonna diversify etc
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