If you're a product-based business, then you know that scaling can be a bit tricky. You may have hit a point where you're maxed out on your current resources and don't know how to take your business to the next level. That's where Lalese Stamps comes in. In this episode, Lalese shares a scalable solution that will help your business grow without risking quality or customer satisfaction.

Tune in to this episode and learn more about how to build a product-based company and how to scale a product-based company.




05:21 – I think that I had to get even more honest with my employees during Covid and I was kind of forced to. We lost 40% of our business in the 1st two weeks of Covid.

08:56 – We are doing this as fairly as possible so there were some people that had more work and some people that had less work and we’re all going to take this hit together.

16:14 – I definitely think that being transparent shows people that you do respect and value them. And most companies don’t care.

22:10 – I think we assign positive intent to ourselves and to our own actions and we give ourselves passes for the way that we communicate and the way that we behave because we have good intentions but then we do not do the same thing for other people.

35:14 – I think it's important to show up the same way everywhere and be the same person everywhere.


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Lalese Stamps Bio 

Lolly Lolly Ceramics is a small-scale, handmade ceramic design and production studio in Milwaukee, WI owned and operated by Lalese Stamps. In September 2019, Lalese embarked on a 100 Day Project, which she is most known for, where she made 100 mugs with 100 different handles for 100 Days. Beyond stoneware mugs, Lalese also makes bowls, plates, and planters which have all caught the attention of major publications such as Architectural Digest, Vogue, The New York Times, Ceramics Monthly, Sight Unseen, Dwell and more. Lalese designs objects that are functional at their core, simple in shape, and capable of withstanding the test of time.



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