Category: Small Business Coaching

My coaching, mentoring, webinars, workshops, and seminar programs are designed specifically for small business owners who want to have more fun in business and build businesses that sustain them for years to come.

The key step to take control of your business and your life

How do I take control of my business Why I said No to an amazing opportunity and passed it on to a friend of mine. To take control of your business and life and get off the roller coaster of small business, one of the most important skills to develop as a business owner is the ability to say No. Knowing what to go for and especially what not to go for is at the root of building a Beautiful Business and Life
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How to make money in an architecture or design practice

Although it can look like the demands of business, making money, profitability, cashflow, financial management are in conflict with creating great architecture or beautiful design, the opposite is the case. Create a great business-vehicle that makes money and generates great cash flow allows you to create more great architecture.
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How much should I pay myself in my business?

pay myself business owner A big factor in the profitability of your business, is how much you pay yourself as the business owner, CEO and chief cook and bottle washer. So how much should you pay yourself, or should you pay yourself at all? Why does it matter what you pay yourself?
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Ten simple strategies to make more money in your business (plus a bonus)

10 simple things to make more money in your business Making money in your business isn’t rocket science. It’s always back to the basics: Make sure you bring in more money than you let out. Here are the ten key strategies to do just that in your business. If you focus on these ten this year, I guarantee you’ll make more money this year than last year.
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The Net Promoter Score and why it matters to you

A closer look at the Net Promoter Score: Promoters, Passives and Detractors A closer look at the Net Promoter Score: Promoters, Passives and Detractors, and why it matters so much to your business growth
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The Ten Priorities; Priority #6: Asking for Help

Ten Priorities, external advice I guarantee that no matter which inspiring business role model you interview, they’ll all tell you their success is due partly to the support of one or more mentors, coaches or advisers.
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The Ten Priorities; Priority #5: Guessing

That’s the secret about planning: Planning is something we must do again every day. When realities change, we must change our plans right along with them.
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The Ten Priorities; Priority #3: Having Fun

By focusing solely on money as the indicator of success in business, you are doing yourself and everyone else who is touched by the business a disservice.
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BQ Guidance support coaching external advice mentoring

It takes a village to build a Beautiful Business, but you can’t ask your spouse to hold you accountable to your strategic Goals, it leads to divorce. Your friends won’t be able to provide an independent perspective, because they’re not independent. Nor can your brother hold up a mirror for you, because there’s too much baggage in your shared history.
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BQ The 7 Big Questions for business owners who want to build Beautiful Businesses and Lives

Most business owners will come face to face with each of The 7 Big Questions of Small Business at some stage on their quest to Discover and Build a Beautiful Business and Life. If you haven’t faced all of them yet, you will, I promise you.
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