A written business model is your plan for prosperity
How do you provide value? What is your plan to achieve your business goals? Have you made it easy for people to buy from you?
Ensure you are running your business and it is not running you with a defined business model.
We will work on:
- Your product
- Your Clients
- Your Competition
- Your Sales
- Your Leadership
Half day: $1320 + $40 per person
3 Sessions: $2640 + $40 per person
Or $220 an hour
What my clients are saying...
What I find extremely helpful, is the customized solution you have provided. Instead of putting us through a standard one size fits all program, you are helping us work on the aspects that are most important to us. This allows us to focus on the areas that generate the most cash flow, while tweaking more long-term goals. This is key to us as a young company.
- Jay Hobdy, Gotcha Security
My thoughts on Business Models...
A Thrilling Journey: the importance of Adventure in your Mission Statement” 🗺️ (1/6)
Forbes says to start your presentation with “the concept” of your business. Or “what it is all about”. 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…Read More
Why you have to write an investor presentation, even without investors 👩🏫
What are you doing this week to work ON your business, even for half an hour? How about starting a new investor presentation? What’s that you say: you don’t have investors? Well, that’s not the point. I want you to write this for you and your business. But isn’t it meant for investors? Yes. In…Read More
Suddenly, your clients change their mind 🤷🏻♀️ (4/4)
Sometimes, your competition is your clients themselves. And how they make decisions. Because, of course, they can change their mind completely and not buy from you OR your competitors. Replacements Your client’s life keeps happening around and beside and before and after their need for you. In other words: you are not the only thing…Read More
The curse of too many options pushes your clients away (3/4)
Your clients are not just choosing between you and that one competitor. They are not just choosing between you and all your direct competitors either. Your clients have options. All sorts of options. Too many options. And it can be hard for them to decide how to spend their money. Being good is not enough…Read More
How are you not like the business exactly like you 🔁 (2/4)
No two businesses are the same. People who offer the same product or service as you aren’t exactly like you. With last week’s post, you defined your business in various ways. Now it’s time to take that to market and see how it works alongside other businesses that do what you do. Who are your…Read More
The easiest way to be better than the competition is to be different🦾 (1/4)
You will never be the only business offering what you offer. You will always have competition. Some of your competition will look and sound a lot like you. Some won’t. But they will exist and they will try to attract your clients. What should you do? Be better? But better than what? And according to…Read More
Empathy: how to use it when talking to clients 🤝 (4/6)
Understanding your clients is the first part. Having a consistent process for serving your clients is essential. Now you have to tell your clients about it. Client communication is more than product messages and website text. It happens every time you speak to, email, or text them. It is in every sentence you share. Here…Read More
Three ways to understand your clients better 🧐 (2/6)
There is only one way to offer a great customer experience: to understand your clients. I mean really understand them. Not as a general category, or a demographic. Understand them as people and individuals, even when you tackle them as a group. How do you do that? What does it mean to understand your clients?…Read More
How to always give clients what they want
It’s not you: it’s them. Everything your business does is about your clients. And nothing your business does matters if it isn’t what your clients want. In the words of the great Peter Drucker, the sole purpose of a business is to: “create and keep a customer“. You might have a great product, be a…Read More