When consulting, my goal is to help you get more of the resources and results you want, on autopilot.
By far, the biggest mistake I see among early stage companies looking to grow is the key people are spread too thin and doing too much.
For instance, often a company will find a way to produce high-quality prospects that turn into great new customers: but instead of formalizing this into a repeatable process, the founding partners of the company haphazardly and inconsistently do the work that gets those prospects, do this erratically and randomly, and then there's never a consistent stream of new prospects coming into the company's sales pipeline.
This is understandable, because it's easy to get so busy operating your company that you don't have time to improve the fundamental design of the company.
But to truly have a world-class organization, and to give yourself some breathing room to do high-quality thinking, it's imperative to systematize your core processes to ensure they're regularly producing the results your business needs.
My focus is help you build systems that produce the results you want, consistently, always, forever. Benefits include:
*More and better-qualified sales prospects
*Higher lifetime value of a customer
*Higher conversion rates
*More IP creation
*Greater utilization of the IP you have
*Greater consistency in core business functions
*More logical, customer-benefitting upsells
*Higher customer/client happiness
*Lower cost per lead
*Lower cost per customer acquisition
*More friends, mentors, and great relationships
My clients are primarily early stage companies looking for significant growth, but I also work with talented individuals that have variable income and will benefit from better systematized results.
I'm happy to provide a free consultations so we can see if there's a conceptual fit to advance your business. Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and here's looking forward to more results, more consistently, more fun, and all with less stress going forwards.
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