As a first-time business owner, there is a real need to be hyper-focused on the day-to-day operations. It’s all-consuming to get your start-up running and moving in the right direction. That’s why 2 out of 10 new businesses fail within the first year*.
Working lean with a select team, it is common to slip into a self-narrative of how things are going, what is important, and what is a priority. This owner wondered if his young business was missing opportunities for improvement because they were all “IN” the business. What would somebody from the outside be able to see and very quickly identify as an area for improvement with long-term impact?Download PDF
A highly unified team, able to have the crucial conversations needed to grow the company to the next level.
“The fundamental requirement in any team endeavor is trust.”
– Chad Butters, Owner, Eight Oaks Distillery
The owner's new business venture had him investing long hours filling gaps rather than being at home as planned. We helped him build a plan and a team that freed him up to be CEO on his terms.Read More
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