Coaching & Consulting

Go from owning a JOB to running a BUSINESS


Have you ever felt like….

  • you can’t keep up with everything?
  • you’re afraid to take on new clients because you’re already so busy?
  • nothing seems organized?
  • everything is in your head, making it hard to have anyone else help you?
  • following up with people is a luxury, not a daily occurrence?
  • you run around crazy but don’t accomplish much?
  • things fall through the cracks?
  • …and vacation? Fahgedaboudit!

Can you relate?

When you’re really good at doing something, like making a killer pizza, and then you decide to turn that into a business, like opening a pizza joint, that requires a whooooole new skill set. In other words, making a great pizza is completely different than running a restaurant. Would you agree?

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Self-Employed or CEO?

The difference between a CEO and someone who is self-employed is that the self-employed is someone who makes money without working for someone else, and a CEO creates opportunities (jobs) for other people to make money.

As entrepreneurs, we start our own businesses to provide us with freedom for our time and our lives. But at some point, we realize that having a great idea and passion are not enough. We have to do a whole lot more than make dough.  We have to take care of the books, the marketing, meet with prospective customers, call the phone company, order mozzarella, empty the trash, the list goes on and on.  Eventually, things start falling through the cracks, we get overwhelmed, and we may even have the passing thought of going to work for someone else. (yikes!)

This is a critical moment in the life of your business.  From here, it will either run down, shut down, or run YOU down.  If you want the business to continue, even thrive, it is the moment to call in help; help to get organized, put things down on paper, and leverage your resources. It’s time to transition from owning a job to running a business. That’s where we come in. We help you transition from being the Entrepreneur (aka “Master Do-er”) to CEO.

What is the key to success for small business?

Michael Gerber, author of the bestselling book The E-Myth, suggests that the key to success for any business, regardless of its size, is to prototype it.  In other words, establish your business as the model for a franchise, whether or not franchising is your plan. The key to sustainability is having documented procedures, systems, job descriptions, and a brand that is reputable and consistent. We take care of that for you.

If you’re ready to position your business for revenue growth, expansion, duplication, or sale, it’s time to contact us.  If you want to talk and see if we are a good fit, give us a call. We’ll grab a cup of tea and see if and how we want to work together.

“One of the ways in which we do that is by customizing The Managers Toolkit for your company. This provides with solid direction and tools to use as you hire, manage and develop staff.”

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