Business Problems We Solve

Business Problems We Solve2018-12-20T15:57:59+00:00

Business Issues We Solve


  • Lack of understanding customers and what they need
  • No written plan for where we are going and how we will get there
  • No clear goals or objectives to measure progress
  • Failure to pivot when the market changes


  • Unprofitable business model or bad pricing strategy
  • Single customer or supplier dependency


  • Undocumented processes
  • Documented processes that employees don’t follow


  • Poor product or service quality
  • Inferior customer service


  • Lack of unique positioning or competitive differentiation
  • Marketing investments with a poor return on investment
  • Low volume of quality in-bound leads
  • A dated website with lackluster content


  • Failure to anticipate market trends
  • Sales offers that don’t persuade sales prospects to buy
  • Poorly designed sales proposals and/or presentations
  • Informal or ineffective sales process


  • Insufficient capital
  • Too much debt
  • Inadequate financial record keeping
  • Failure to pay taxes
  • Lack of financial forecasting and variance awareness
  • Over-expansion without the cash or team to support it


  • Failure to communicate company standards and expectations
  • Diffusion of effort. An entrepreneur trying to do too many things.
  • Lack of formal systems and written processes


  • Dated technology
  • Using the wrong tool to solve the wrong problem
  • Failure to use software to get things done more efficiently

People Problems We Solve


  • Poor employee recruiting and selection process
  • No employee on-boarding or training programs


  • No stated values or beliefs that define acceptable behavior
  • No celebration of desired behaviors and results


  • Unclear vision, standards, and expectations
  • Lack of focus – pushing too many initiatives
  • Failure to communicate goals, objectives, and expectations
  • Lack of organizational accountability
  • Poor decision making / Indecisiveness

Owner Dysfunction

  • Hoarding control
  • Personal use of business funds
  • Poor health and nutrition
  • Over-working and under-thinking
  • Failure to connect with employees on a personal level (see them as a means to an end)
  • Lack of confidence or integrity
  • Lack of self awareness
  • Lack on ongoing learning and personal development
  • Owner burnout

“Anything that changes your values changes your behavior.”

George A. Sheehan

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