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Solutions for Common Business Challenges

I love speaking to business owners. I love learning about your business and discussing those things that make your day less enjoyable. Why? My mission is to help as many people as I can every day!

I know these two things to be true:

  • All 6-figure-plus businesses experience similar challenges.

  • Many of these common business challenges can be addressed with one strategic decision.

Problem Solving
The Organizer, Problem Solver, and Planner

Business Challenge #1

“I spend way too much time managing the team and I don't have time to create content.”

Solution: Add a Business Manager (team management) to take this off your plate.

No matter how amazing your team of copywriters, social media managers, tech VAs, and customer service VAs are, they need a consistent leadership presence. They all need a day-to-day manager.

At a certain point in your business, that manager cannot be you.

Why? Because you must focus on CEO-type tasks, this means staying plugged into a few key areas of your business, such as marketing and sales (bringing in new business), development (new products and services), and leadership (providing the vision and the heart of the business). Most anything else can be delegated to your Business Manager.

You need a point person on your team to protect you from the day-to-day so that your team is supported to do their best work, and you are freed up to do yours.

Business Challenge #2

“We need to grow our team, but I have no time to hire or train.”

Solution: Add a Business Manager (hiring & onboarding management) to take this off your plate.

Hiring, onboarding, and training are time-consuming tasks, no doubt! When you urgently need more people to fill critical roles, it’s not uncommon to fast-track getting someone in place. Unfortunately, a rushed hiring process with minimal onboarding and training usually results in a new team member who isn’t poised for success.

When you have a Business Manager in place, supporting your business, it drastically reduces your hiring and training time. Your role is final interviews with the top candidates that have already been screened. Dreamy.

Bonus: when your new team member’s main point of contact from day 1 is your Business Manager, you don’t have to untangle yourself from the training and daily management of that person, because you were never their go-to - and that’s OK! (see point above)

Business Challenge #3

“There is no one else in the business who can think of the big picture and help me plan.”

Solution: Add a Business Manager (planning expert) to help you hold and execute your vision.

In my role as a Certified Online Business Manager, this is what I love most when working with business owners. My role in my client’s business is to make sure all the right things are getting done day to day while keeping an eye on and planning for the big picture.

Weekly meetings are less about the daily details and more about business goals, strategies, and quarterly planning. It’s a partnership that is deeply fulfilling for me and very freeing for clients.

Are you ready to implement the number one business challenge solution that addresses all these frustrations?

Reach out today, I would love to connect and learn more about you and your business.


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