BUSINESS IS COMPLEX.
Success requires business owners to have vision, information and skill, and to exercise good judgement across many disciplines. It is not likely that a single business owner can be highly skilled in all areas of business. However, with the proper guidance and leadership, it is possible for a business to be good in all areas.
Most business owners do not have time to set out a clear vision or to provide guidance because they are trapped by the daily demands of running a business. As Michael Gerber says, owners are too busy working in the business to work on the business. My purpose as a coach is to help owners carve out time to work on their businesses in order to break free from daily demands and to build profitable businesses that work without them.
I have a few questions for you.
- Are you disgusted with the endless cycle of repeated frustration?
- Are you ready to work fewer hours in your business?
- Do you want to build a team of employees who know their jobs and who are motivated to grow your business whether or not you are there?
If you answered yes to any of these questions,
coaching is the answer for you.
It’s often said that all businesses are the same.
But every business, even two businesses in the same industry in the same town, are unique because of qualities such as the age of the business, location, cash, debt, reputation, personalities and so on. Because all businesses are the same, group coaching is possible and useful. Because all businesses are unique, individual coaching is focused and invaluable.
Every business owner must deal with guiding the business, getting the business, doing the business and administering the business.
It is not likely that a single business owner can be good in all of those areas. But a business can. Getting good begins with awareness and intention by the owner, and that is the purpose of group coaching. To provide insight and direction to business owners who want to thrive in business.