My approach brings calm practices to your business.
Through our work together, your business objectives will become more clear, we’ll develop your mindset of innovation, and those “code red!” emergencies you are used to will become a thing of the past.
Put simply, a calm business is a more-profitable, better business.
Calm companies are companies that are free of anxiety-inducing surprises.
Calm companies get paid on time and pay their people on time.
Calm companies communicate deadlines clearly and deliver on promises.
It means an unplugged vacation every year.
It means money socked away for retirement.
It means calm, not turbulent.
It means monthly, automated W-2 deposits paid to my bank account so my family can plan for things.
How about attending your little girl’s musical performance at her school?
How about writing your own musical? Learning guitar? A camping trip to the boundary waters later this year?
When you run a calm company, you free up your time.
When you free up your time, you open up possibilities.
Calm companies don’t jump from one emergency to the next.
Calm companies don’t push calendars around at the whim of their customers.
Calm companies don’t go crazy when a customer sends an urgent request.
Calm companies are use knowledge and experience to their benefit and to the benefit of their customers.
I know it’s not easy.
I used to run an agitated company.
I converted it to a calm company.
The process took years of continual improvements and small course corrections, but I’m proud to say that we are there.
And you know what? My wife is happier, my kids are more fulfilled, my customers clearly-understand my value proposition, and I’ve got a hold of my life.
Can you say the same?