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What is a Fractional COO and Do I Need One?

2020-01-13T11:23:56-07:00By |Leadership, Operations, Slider|

The COO or chief operating officer is usually the second in command in a company, and according to HBR have a deep knowledge of marketing, sales, and operations. A fractional COO provides part time support to small businesses without a full-time need. So Why Do You Need A Fractional [...]

Increasing Profitability So It Sticks!

2019-09-02T18:59:33-07:00By |Accounting & Finance, Recent, Slider, Strategy|

How to Strategically Increase Profits in Your Small Business In writing this post I did some research. What I found when searching “increasing profitability” was very disheartening. Why, you might ask? Because everything was a list of tactics that could be used to improve profits. But, which one [...]

3 Reasons You Get Stuck Growing Your Business?

2019-12-14T08:45:32-07:00By |Business Growth, Self-Sustainability, Slider|

In helping small business owners for more than 2 decades, I consistently see 3 distinct problems causing them to get frustrated as hell.  You're stuck growing your business because you have one or more of theses problems! Solve these problems and you get un-stuck growing your business! You probably [...]

8 Business Growth Factors to Influence and Grow Your Business

2020-01-14T08:21:15-07:00By |Business Growth, Featured, Leadership, Recent, Slider|

In a previous post titled What is Your Business Growth Stage? , I discussed 5 stages and 8 business growth factors influence business growth.  This is based on extensive research and two decades of seeing them in action. Understand these factors are consistent.  They don’t change in each of the [...]

What Is a Self-Sustaining Business?

2019-02-17T08:23:59-07:00By |Featured, Self-Sustainability, Slider, Survival|

Growing a self-sustaining business is the core of the Business Growth Simplified business philosophy! It is the focus of everything we do. That means we... Assist small business owners in growing a self-sustaining business. But, what does a self-sustaining business really look like, and how do you know that you’ve [...]

6 Questions That Help You Increase Revenue

2019-12-14T09:03:13-07:00By |Featured, Sales & Marketing, Slider|

The year is well underway so you should look at you  numbers and asking “can we hit our revenue goal from here?”  That depends, are you going to leave it to chance or are you going to aggressively manage it? What are you doing to increase revenue? To [...]

Build an Asset NOT Just a Job – Entrepreneurship

2019-12-14T09:26:51-07:00By |Business Growth, Entrepreneurship, Featured, Slider, Strategy|

Do you work your business like a job for a paycheck or do you build an asset which will generate wealth like an on-going annuity for you and your family? This is what keeps small business ownership from true entrepreneurship. I picked entrepreneurship as the topic because I am up to my [...]

3 Ways Clear Vision Contributes to Your Business Growth

2019-08-18T08:54:21-07:00By |Featured, Home Page, Planning, Slider, Strategy|

Vision is passion documented.  And passion is a powerful motivator.  In a previous post titled Why So Many Small Business Owners are Unhappy, I discussed how many entrepreneurs get distracted by the day-to-day operation of the business and lose the passion that drove them in the beginning.  The reason [...]

Business Planning Simplified

2019-02-17T08:19:05-07:00By |Planning, Slider, Strategy|

Have you ever heard the quote, “If you don’t know where you’re going any road will get you there..?” If business planning is not part of routine you’re living this quote every day. That being said, it amazes me how many business owners don’t do any business planning. For many that have [...]

What is Your Business Growth Stage?

2019-02-24T07:56:54-07:00By |Business Growth, Featured, Home Page, Planning, Slider, Strategy|

Knowing your business growth stage is critical if you want to speed your business growth. A previous posting, The Search for Growth Continues, concluded a 5 business growth stage model made the most sense. It's most common and statistical research supports it . Here are the five business growth [...]