Strategic Business Model

Achieve your business goals

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:

  1. Your product
  2. Your Clients
  3. Your Competition
  4. Your Sales
  5. 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...

Stand Out, Don’t Compete: How Differentiation Wins for Small Businesses. (The Worksheet)

Small businesses require a lot of creativity.  Especially in terms of competition and how to stand out. The best way for a small business to do this, is to minimize direct competition, by working on differentiation.  How does your business stand out in a crowd? Differentiation creates opportunity Imagine two lemonade stands. Right next to…

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Feed The Soil, Not The Plant: Client Version. (The Worksheet)

Having a great place to buy makes people want to buy from there.  It is not just your employees who thrive in a good environment.  Your clients do too.  There will always be another version of you: another law firm, another restaurant, another hair stylist, another marketing agency, another everything.  It’s three things: value, quality,…

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Feed The Soil, Not The Plant. (The Worksheet)

Having a great place to work makes people want to work there.  –> And when they want to work there, they show up happy.  —-> And when they show up happy, they do great work.  Make your business a great place to work.  And no: Friday pizzas and holiday parties won’t do it. Not on…

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Why Client-Focused Goals Drive Success. (The Worksheet)

Every business needs clients.  But what is something that is even better than clients? Loyal clients.  What makes clients want to come back again and again? The value of current clients Keeping existing clients costs less than finding new ones, so repeat business is a profit driver. But it is more than just that.  Loyal…

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Laser Focus, Bigger Profits: The Power of Niche. (The Worksheet)

Every small business needs management consulting.  But not every small business is a good fit for my management consulting. Much like not every animal with four legs is a cat.  Many small businesses worry about being too specific – too niche – in their market, for fear of losing business to competitors.  To quote the…

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Don’t Be Perfect: Be Valuable. (The Worksheet)

Every Tuesday, Tuesday On Your Business gives you ways to spend thirty minutes working on your business instead of in it. Step away from the day-to-day tasks of your work and spend time planning for the future, solving problems, and innovating. Starting today, I’m adding a weekly exercise to these posts and emails. For those…

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What you don’t know about… Employee Morale 😤

“How do I know what my employees are doing all day?” Step 1: good KPIs. Instead of tracking their desk time, track their results. But productivity isn’t the only consideration here.  Employee engagement and happiness can be reflected in how they spend their time at work. I spoke to Tess Gamble, founder of the concierge…

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What you don’t know about… Marketing 🧮 

Marketing can feel like a guessing game, a mixture of magic and luck. But that feeling is wrong.  When done right, marketing is highly planned and equally measurable.  Marketing is data To learn more I spoke to Marc Apple, founder of the digital marketing agency Forward Push.  Marketing is all about tracking data. But which…

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What you don’t know about… Advertising 📺

Advertising… that sounds big, right? Superbowl ads, Billboards, Times Square… In other words: big budgets and big business.  Not really: advertising is for every business, big and small.  To understand more about this often-elusive topic, I spoke with Matt Spett of Rebel Fox, an advertising agency present in Atlanta and Pittsburgh. Communication Matt explains that…

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What you don’t know about… Storytelling 📖

Over the last couple of weeks, we learned about how powerful visuals are in conveying information.  On the other hand: what information are we conveying?  Small businesses want to talk about what they do and how they do it, but is that what people want to hear?  Let’s find out from the expert: Anita Henderson,…

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