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...

The fun factor: how to build your customer experience 🥳(5/5)

Benefits aren’t everything: complete your offering with a great customer experience.  I am obliged to eat every single day. Since it is something I must do, I am determined to have fun doing it.  Once your clients are convinced by your benefits, they still have to work with you on it all. Make sure they…

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Speak Like a Pro: Turn Technical Jargon into Tangible Benefits 🛠️ (4/5)

You can make a client’s life better, you can make a client’s business better, but don’t forget to also make their work better.  Use your technical skills to ease their day-to-day efforts. It’s how you solve problems they can’t solve themselves.  These are your technical benefits.  Technical benefits It’s all about how you’re different from…

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Give the people what they want: the power of personal benefits 🎁 (2/5)

Humans are rational beings.  But not too much.  Around 95% of our buying decisions happen in the subconscious mind, not the conscious, logical mind, according to Harvard professor Gerald Zaltman.  There is a scientific reason: our subconscious mind can process volumes more data than our conscious mind, so while we think we are considering 3-4…

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Why it’s all about the benefits: features work, benefits sell ❗️(1/5)

Nobody has ever bought a Coca-Cola because it is carbonated, dark, sweet, liquid, made from a mix of flavors, has a red and white logo, or is sold in over 200 countries.  People buy Coca-Cola because it is refreshing, tasty, and has a popular or nostalgic appeal. People buy Coca-Cola because of its benefits.  And…

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The formula for creative employees: Set them free ⏯️ (5/6)

The wrong formula: work – eat – sleep – repeat.  The right formula: work – play – entertain – learn – eat – sleep – repeat and not in this order.  As explained by Leah Marone, mental wellness consultant and psychotherapist: Taking time away from work does not just serve as a reset, it also…

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5 Easy Peasy Ways to Let Your Clients Teach You Something New ↔️ (3/6)

There is another important way to keep your business innovative.  It is a single, simple thing to keep in mind.  And it is not about you at all.  It is: always be looking for ways to make your clients’ lives easier.  Simple, yes, but not always easy. Here are a few tricks you can use…

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Winning over investors: how to prove you are the best person to run your business 🙂 (6/6)

The last section Forbes wants you to add to your investor presentation is the “who” 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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Why would anyone buy your product? The formula for business traction 🛍️ (4/6)

We have come, according to Forbes, to the 8th slide in your presentation, and it is finally time to talk about your product.  Even more important than what your product (or service) does is why it’s appealing. What is traction Your business should have traction. In other words, have clients, momentum, and interest. So we…

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All the Whos That Matter to Your Business: Understand Your Clients and Competitors 🥸 (3/6)

A business is nothing without its clients. And that’s what Forbes puts next in your pitch, suggesting the three next sections as  We could summarize all this as the Whos, & why them.  Who is a client The worst answer you can give here is “anybody”.  Anybody is not your client, but somebody is. Describe…

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Put the client first when you talk about your business 🥇 (2/6)

Now that you’ve got an enticing mission statement, it’s time to talk about clients. Who are you serving on this great adventure? Explain the problem your clients have, and explain how you solve it. If you were a dentist If I have a toothache I go to the dentist. I have no idea what I…

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