Strategic Business Consulting

Make good business decisions

How are you making decisions?

Your business will always be vulnerable to events it canโ€™t control.

Strategic decisions means focusing on what you can control to continue growing your business.

What do you do, why do you do it and how do you do it? Running a business is performance art in multi-tasking and fast decision making. Call on an external point of view to help review your assumptions and plot your decisions within your business strategy.


Ongoing: $220 an hour

Monthly or Quarterly Retainer, including Progress Review and Questions Answered

  • $220 for one hour
  • $1000 up to five hours

What my clients are saying...

Working with Rebecca has given me the insights to grow my business. Her approach makes it easy to see what needs to be done and she has the knowledge to back it up.

- Jason Wade, SiteTrustee

What I'm thinking about business Consulting...

The best way to make your employees happy (5/5) ๐Ÿ™Œ

Has it been a long week? Did last weekโ€™s cliffhanger leave you in an agony of suspense? Well, the wait is over.  Today letโ€™s cover the second part of your employee meeting.  Annual Plan communication You’ve got everyone together to roll out your annual plan. But the whole point is that they are part of…

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Sharing is caring: how to present your annual plan to the whole company (4/5) ๐Ÿค

We are talking about writing goals for your business. But you don’t have to. You could also make it up as you go along.ย  You could choose not to write any goals, not to build a plan for the year, and wake up each day seeing which way the wind carries you.  You could.  It…

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How to write goals that matterโ€ฆ and that work (3/5) ๐Ÿ‘†

Last week you worked on the three questions you have to answer to write proper annual goals.  But our work here is not done yet.  Answering the questions is half the exercise. Now we have to structure those answers so they become more than ideas and hopes. They have to make a plan.  Goals that…

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3 simple questions to write your best annual goals (2/5) โ˜๏ธ

What if I told you 90% of senior executives don’t reach their strategic goals annually? Thatโ€™s what research from The Economist Intelligence Unit has shown.  They say it’s because of flawed implementation. But itโ€™s hard to do good work on a goal if the goal is wrong to begin with.  Much too often I see…

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Why you want to write an annual plan ๐Ÿ‘‰ (1/5)

You want to start work in January knowing what your business will look like in December. And you want everybody who works for you and with you to know it too.  It’s easier to plan your actions and strategies if you know where you want to go. Annual planning is a thought process. It involves…

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The magic happens inside the box: innovate to grow your business ๐Ÿ”„(6/6)

Innovation.  The magic, as we have seen, happens inside the box.  Innovation works best when it uses tools already available, allowing adaptation and evolution over time. Just like Shakespeare changed existing words to create new ones, let your business change existing ideas to create new success.ย  Innovation is internal Your employees are your greatest innovation…

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Finding the Force: Continuous Improvement and Meeting Goals ๐Ÿ†• (1/6)

A critical part of business planning is preparing for things to change. The better you can control that change, the easier it will be. How do you control change? Use a mission statement.  It’s easy to innovate with a great mission statement. Stay on mission A good mission statement guides your employees. It guides their…

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Winning over investors: how to prove you are the best person to run your business ๐Ÿ™‚ (6/6)

The last section Forbes wants you to add to your investor presentation is the โ€œwhoโ€ section: the explanation of who is going to bring this great idea to fruition.  And although it is at the end, this section can make or break your presentation. See, investors are investing in two things: And the real deal-breaker…

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Master the money game: How do you make money? How do you spend it? (5/6) ๐Ÿค‘

Investor pitches need financial information, and so does your business plan.  The simple question: โ€œCan I afford it?โ€ has to be a part of every decision you make.  There’s more to this question than how much money you have. It’s about how your money behaves. Work with an expert, or do it yourself but make…

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A Thrilling Journey: the importance of Adventure in your Mission Statement” ๐Ÿ—บ๏ธย ย (1/6)

Forbes says to start your presentation with “the concept” of your business. Or โ€œwhat it is all aboutโ€.  Catch your audience’s attention early and get them excited for everything that comes after.  And that is why you want the concept to be more than an idea.  You want to show them your mission.  A strong…

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