Is your dream business turning into a nightmare?
If you’re like most entrepreneurs, you started your business to follow your passion.
As your business starts to grow, you find yourself getting bogged down in day-to-day issues. That fire in your gut dies down as you turn your attention to fighting the fires that disrupt and distract from your best-laid plans.
Family and friends are neglected. Hobbies and interests take a back burner. Burnout and resentment of the business is usually not far behind.
50% of all new businesses crash within 5 years of take-off.
The Good News: The difference between soaring to success and nose-diving to failure is not chance.
Weathering the turbulence to keep your business on course and to steer it to new heights isn’t easy, but it’s simpler than you may think. It’s about mastering basic but proven principles and processes.
More Good News: Joe Gitto, 5-time entrepreneur and former corporate executive, has the experience and tools to be your co-pilot on your journey.
You need the right tools.
As a business owner you put it all on the line each and every day. You have pledged your home, leveraged your assets, and assumed responsibility for supporting your family and the families of your employees.
Equipped with the right tools and the know-how to use them properly, you can build your business from a solid foundation.
Things won’t break as often, so you won’t be spending long hours fixing things.
3 Pillars of Strength & Stability
To succeed, every business must have a firm foundation in three key areas that are pillars of strength and stability. When one or more of these pillars are out of alignment, the business drifts off course. These three pillars are the foundation upon which our consuling relationship will be based.
Are you ready to make positive change in your business and in your life?
If so, the first step is easy — and free!
I have helped many business owners like you through the years, and I look forward to helping you.
So the first step is an initial FREE no-obligation 60-minute consult. The purpose of this first meeting is to confirm two things: that the issues you’re facing are indeed ones we can help you with, and that you (and your people) and I are a good fit to work together.