Running your business should be simple

Once you are on your third cup of coffee so far this morning, and you still can't figure out how to accomplish everything you need to do today,
it is time to make a plan.

Make your business simple: a written plan will reduce your workload and let you move from constant problem-solving to more productive business-building.

Contact me today to begin creating happy employees, loyal clients, and business goals, or for a one-time consultation to discuss your most pressing needs.

Happy Employees

Decicated Employees

Are you hiring people for the long term?

Loyal Customers

Loyal Customers

Do your customers know what makes you special?

Business Goals

Business Goals

Are you focusing on what you can control?

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Operations: part 1 of the 2 sides of business

Because I like numbers, or because I like lists, or maybe because it was lunchtime and I was hungry, I recently came across this 2020 article about the two sides of business. (The PB&J image showed up first).  Mainly I like business to be simple. A two-sided object is pretty simple. What are operations I…
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Small Business and Cash Flow Issues in 2023

I present part 3 of 3 key business skills: Finance, written by Corbin Cook, Virtual CFO & Exit Plan Advisor. Small businesses can often struggle with cash flow issues.  Managing both the incoming and outgoing funds is an important task that must be done carefully in order for business owners to remain profitable. Cash flow…
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3 key business skills, part 2: Marketing

It is also essential to let the world know about your business. Your marketing should do more than just announce your presence. It should “attract” customers.  It’s about finding your market and being there, building strong and long-lasting relationships.  Take your marketing in 3 stages.  They need to know they need you Start by making…
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