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“I absolutely believe that people, unless coached, never reach their maximum capabilities”

Bob Nardelli, CEO Home Depot - Fortune Magazine, 07/01/2002

How Can I Help You?

This service was created to help entrepreneurs who aren’t ready/able to be part of my coaching program.

I can help you with:

  • Sales
  • Operations
  • Leadership
  • Marketing
  • Profits
  • Business Plans
  • Customer Service
  • Employees
  • Expansion
  • Franchising
  • Public Relations
  • Partnerships
  • Buying/Selling a Business 
  • Social Media
  • Negotiations
  • Time Management
  • Websites
  • Growth Plans

One small improvement yields BIG RESULTS!



  1. How can I get a website that costs thousands of dollars for much less?
  2. What’s the best marketing strategy for my business?
  3. How do I stand out from the competition?
  4. Who should be my target market?
  5. Should I have a niche market?
  6. How do I track my leads?
  7. Do I generate enough leads per week to reach my goal?
  8. What is my conversion rate on leads?
  9. How do I improve my conversion rate?
  10. What’s the best customer relation management tool for me?
  11. Is SEO a viable marketing tool?
  12. Is social media a viable marketing tool?
  13. How do I create a marketing plan?
  14. What is the return on investment on all my marketing initiatives?
  15. How many marketing strategies should I have?
  16. Is my marketing message speaking directly to my audience?
  17. How is my call to action?
  18. What additional products can you provide to your target market?
  19. Is your database up to date?
  20. Should you use strategies and testimonials?
  21. How do you rate your overall communications to past customers?
  22. Is my website effective?
  23. How do I improve my reviews on peer review sites?
  24. What’s my best unique selling proposition?
  25. Should video marketing be a part of my marketing strategy?
  26. How do I decide if hiring a public relations company is a good idea for my business?
  27. Can I get press coverage for my company by myself?


  1. How do I increase sales?
  2. How do I measure sales variables?
  3. How do I improve the sales cycle?
  4. How’s our sales system?
  5. Do we have effective tools to help our sales team?
  6. When should we have sales meetings?
  7. What is the best sales tracking technology?
  8. How can we get the sales department to be more productive?
  9. Should we have sales scripts?
  10. What should our sales follow-up program be?
  11. Should all employees be trained in sales?
  12. How do I network properly?
  13. How do I build a referral program?
  14. What type of affiliate program is best for my business?


  1. How should I go about doing due diligence, if I’m thinking of buying a particular franchise?
  2. Should I buy a franchise?
  3. Is the franchise system worth the royalties?
  4. How do I negotiate with the franchisor?
  5. Will I be a good franchisee?
  6. Should I buy an existing location?
  7. How do I handle the real estate and location independently from the franchisor?
  8. How the heck will I ever get through the FDD (franchise disclosure document)?
  9. Should I trust the franchise salesperson or the franchise broker?
  10. How do I deal with the personal guarantees?
  11. What do I need to discover on discovery day?
  12. Should I franchise my business?


  1. How do I negotiate with my landlord, vendors, and employees?
  2. How do I know that I received the best deal possible?
  3. Can negotiations be a win-win for all parties?
  4. How do I negotiate with my customers and prospective customers?


  1. Should I go into business?
  2. Should I stay in my business?
  3. How’s my idea?
  4. How much money do I really need?
  5. Do I need a business plan?
  6. Can/will I get financing?
  7. What do I need to know to increase my odds of succeeding?
  8. Should I buy a business or start one from scratch?
  9. Where should I open my business?
  10. Who can help with the lease and real estate selection?
  11. Should I have a partner or not?
  12. What happens if it fails?
  13. What are my expansion plans?
  14. How important is the name of my business?
  15. Am I cut out to be an entrepreneur?
  16. How important is my support system?
  17. What is my walk away plan?
  18. How long do I give my venture? Is it long enough?
  19. What should my profits be in the industry I pick?
  20. What are the pitfalls of the selected industry?
  21. What is the long term and short term outlook of the industry?
  22. Should I do what I know or do what I love?
  23. Is my idea good?
  24. Does my product have a market?
  25. How to access the competition?
  26. Do I need to jump in full time?
  27. How do I get a federal registration for my business?
  28. Do I need to get a trademark?
  29. How do I create a business entity (llc, corporation)?

Customer Service:

  1. How can I improve the appearance of my business?
  2. How can I “under-promise and over-deliver.”?
  3. How can I quickly resolve customer dissatisfaction and turn the situation positive?
  4. What’s the best way to enhance the customer experience?
  5. Should I survey customers to see how we are performing?
  6. Is my customer service consistent?
  7. What is a good follow-up policy on issues that arise in customer service?

Human Resources:

  1. How do I hire the best of the best?
  2. How do I build a formalized hiring system?
  3. How important is an employee manual?
  4. What’s some effective ways of keeping employees motivated?
  5. How should I give employees feedback on their performance?
  6. Should we have regular staff meetings?
  7. What should the topics/agenda be at staff meeting?
  8. How do I resolve employee issues?
  9. How do I create an atmosphere where employees love coming to work?
  10. What tools do I need to implement to decrease employee turnover?
  11. Can outsourcing be right for my company?

Business Systems:

  1. If I was absent from my business for six months, how would I keep it growing?
  2. Do I need an organizational chart?
  3. How do I build an effective operations manual?
  4. How do I identify tasks that can be handled routinely by systems?
  5. How can I make our systems as easy as possible?
  6. What do I need to do so I can spend my time working “On” the business instead of “In” it?

Financial Management:

  1. How do I measure gross profit?
  2. How do I cost of goods at their lowest points?
  3. Should I discount my product/services?
  4. Do I need a budget?
  5. How do I get all my fixed costs at a minimum?
  6. How do I track equipment costs to ensure the equipment is used in the most efficient way possible?
  7. How should I track my finance costs to ensure the best possible arrangement?
  8. How do I find the best accountants to ensure the lowest tax bill?
  9. Should I be using a payroll company?
  10. How do I get the best rates for my credit card transactions?
  11. How do I keep my financial statements current?
  12. How do I use key performance indicators to measure the effectiveness of sales?
  13. How do I increase the company’s cash flow?
  14. Do I need to review company liquidity, leverage, efficiency, and profitability on a regular basis?


  1. What are our company’s values, mission, and culture?
  2. How do I make employees buy in to our mission?
  3. How do I get the employees to feel they are part of the team?
  4. How do I keep all employees accountable?
  5. Am I a good communicator?
  6. How do I learn behavioral modalities?
  7. How do I employ motivational strategies?
  8. Do I need to set daily, weekly, monthly goals?
  9. How do I minimize the negative self-talk?
  10. How do I get quality time with family and friends?
  11. How do I get finances, retirement plans, insurance and death plans in place?


  1. What’s the best way for my company to expand?
  2. Should we hire more people?
  3. Should we buy similar businesses?
  4. Should we start an ancillary business?
  5. How do we build quality partner relationships?
  6. How do I buy a good business?
  7. How do I sell my business for the best terms?
  8. Should I ever sell my business?


This will be the best investment you ever make for your business!
(one-hour session)
Two convenient ways to meet: Teleconference (Skype). Phone.


(After your purchase you will be directed to schedule your session.)

(Many convenient times to choose from)