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Build A Business ‒ How To Inspire Your Team To Create Something Amazing Together

Written by: Juan C. Olmedo, Executive Contributor

Executive Contributors at Brainz Magazine are handpicked and invited to contribute because of their knowledge and valuable insight within their area of expertise.


Everyone has that one person they can always rely on. The person they know will be there for them through thick and thin. This is the person you want to build your company with. To do this, you need to inspire them. But how do you inspire someone who’s already dreaming of their future in business? The answer lies in building a team together and creating a culture where everyone is committed to helping each other succeed in business.

A local Southern California Tech Company, Nevtis Corp, has been breaking through barriers to gain market share in business-to-business telecommunications, a very competitive industry. Led by Juan Olmedo, a local business leader and high-performance coach. Mr. Olmedo’s almost 20 years’ of experience in starting and building self-sustaining businesses, gives him insight knowledge on what it takes to build a thriving team. FAQ: “My goal is to create jobs, inspire my team, and offer growth opportunity for anyone no matter their background or where they come from.” Under Mr. Olmedo’s leadership, Nevtis Corp employs 20 full-time staff, with Head Quarters in Orange County, CA and district offices in San Diego, CA Silicon Valley, CA and Scottsdale, AZ. Every single person of Nevtis Corp’s 20 employee team has a purpose, responsibility, and ultimately a crucial factor for the company’s continued success.

Juan Olmedo known as a Latino Tech Entrepreneur and High-Performance Coach, works with local non-profits to offer no cost business advisory, startup assistance, coaching, and mentoring. Here are 6 tips Mr. Olmedo offers to help you inspire your team to build something amazing together, including how an outside perspective can help you see the bigger picture.

Create a unity habit.

As a leader, you must create a culture where your team is committed to doing what it takes to be successful. This means everyone must unite for the good of the company, which includes not just yourself but your entire team. To do this, you need to make sure that there are some habits that everyone follows. For example, if someone always arrives on time for work and gets their job done in a timely manner, they should be rewarded with a day off. Or if someone gives up some personal time or sacrifices something they like so that someone else can have time off, they should be rewarded with time off themselves. You can create any type of unity habit you want if it's beneficial for the company and followed consistently by everyone.

Be crystal clear about your mission.

First, you need to make sure that everyone in your team knows exactly what the company is about and what it stands for. You don’t want people joining the team because they think you’re going to be a huge success, only for them to find out later that you’re not actually doing anything with the business. By being clear about your mission and what it means for your company and its values, your team will want to be involved because they know this is something they believe in. Your company will begin to take shape from the very beginning as all members of your team support each other in their endeavors.

Show your team how you’ll achieve your mission.

The first step to inspiring your team is showing them how you plan on achieving your mission. This not only sets the groundwork for the future, but it also allows your team to envision their job in the bigger picture. If you’re thinking about launching a new product and need help with marketing, for example, then show them how this will help the company reach its goals.

Don’t micromanage — trust your team to make the right decisions.

It’s hard to trust someone when they make mistakes, but you can avoid micromanaging your team by giving them a chance to make their own decisions. This also helps build trust and helps your team learn how to work independently. You don’t want to be the boss who is always telling them how to do something or potentially taking credit for their success.

Help everyone learn and grow.

To inspire your team, you need to make sure that everyone is learning and growing. By starting an outside perspective for your company, you can show the bigger picture of what your organization is capable of. For example, if you want your team to create something amazing together, you’ll need them to be able to work in a collaborative environment. When everyone feels like they are a part of a larger whole, they are more likely to take risks in order to reach their goals.

Stay flexible and constantly develop yourself.

It’s easy for employees to get bored in a company that doesn’t offer change. Diversifying your skills and interests is a great way to keep your team inspired and engaged. This means you should be constantly learning new skills and challenging yourself, rather than staying in one job or industry. If you want your team to really grow, they need the opportunity to do so themselves. For example, if you are an accountant, don't just keep doing accounting work; learn how to become an expert on something else as well. If you work in HR, don't just focus on HR tasks; focus on developing yourself as a leader who can help oversee the process of hiring new staff members as well. Another great way to inspire your team is by giving them more responsibility. This gives them the opportunity for growth and teaches them how managing their own workload can lead to greater productivity and success.

Wrapping up

Building a company with a great team is a rewarding experience that you can't find anywhere else. You'll learn how to work together and be able to rely on each other when times are tough. You'll also create the perfect team culture that inspires everyone to work hard, think big, and achieve greatness. And all of this will help you grow from a small business into something bigger.

Consider getting High-Performance coaching from professionals who may use their extent experience and knowledge to help you gain an edge, avoid major setbacks, and offer mentorship. High-Performance coaching is an invaluable tool that can help individuals reach unparalleled heights of success. There are local non-profits such as Small Business Development Centers (SBDC), Cielo Community (Community for Innovation, Entrepreneurship, Leadership, and Opportunity) that may assist at no-cost advisory or even step-by-step guidance. Mr. Olmedo offers through his advisory firm Nexera Business Advisors, one-on-one coaching, start-up assistance, sales mindset training, team building, and high-performance coaching. Mr. Olmedo is also business instructor at Pinnacle School of Business, may be found at, (855) 707-4505 or

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Juan C. Olmedo, Executive Contributor Brainz Magazine

Juan C. Olmedo, is a Latino Tech Entrepreneur, High Performance Coach, & CEO of Nevtis Companies. Entrepreneur-minded since the age of 15, started first official business at 22 years of age and grew it to a $2 Million dollar a year company with 20 employees. Started subsequent business tech business at 25 and sold it just 5 years later. Have since started or invested in 6 other companies ranging from tech, telecom, construction, insurance, and digital marketing with a combined employment of 80 full time staff. Currently CEO at Nevtis Corp, a UCaaS Software provider. Being through virtually every stage of starting, and scaling million dollar companies, Mr. Olmedo uses his acquired knowledge of almost 20 years.



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