No business escapes this question.
You, as a business owner, are constantly bombarded with competing priorities, limited time and resources, and conflicting claims. Anyone capable of getting a business off the ground has answered some of these questions successfully. But they don’t stop coming. And they get more complex with each new staff member, with each new client, and as each day passes with new competition, regulation, and economic volatility.
Business owners that succeed over the long term have the best advisors. Period.
Inveniam viam aut faciam. “I shall find a way or make one.” This is my calling. It’s what I do for business owners every day.
I’ve worked with business owners around the world on scaling and sustaining their businesses, improving their life, health, and relationships, and charting a course to freedom.
In terms of personality, I’m serious and analytical. Nobody would use the word “nice” to describe me. I appear boring. I’m basically a business version of Edmund Burke, Friedrich Nietzsche, and Niccolo Machiavelli.
The relationship I craft with business owners is deep and longterm. I work with clients on the assumption that the relationship will last for decades.