Seriously, when was the last time you took an honest look at your business?
Let's be clear - Being a Small Business Owner is TOUGH.
So many hats and spinning plates. But how long has it been since you got quiet with your thoughts on where you are doing really well, what's not working, and what you can do better?
Time to challenge your thinking and ask yourself some REAL questions? Take the Self-Assessment and start the conversation from a different perspective.
There are no wrong answers, but it might just help you refocus your attention to the things that really matter in your business to reach your goals.
Oh, And Did I mention FREE?
***One Condition. Here is where the Challenge comes in: Promise to talk through your results with at least One other Small Business Owner.
Take the Evalu8 Challenge
Take a good look at your big picture.
How Does it Work?
You say it's NOT Fluffy, but WHY would I care?
How will the assessment be delivered?
What's the next step?
Why is it FREE?
Change the conversation.
Open a different one.
Are you READY ?
To me, your success is personal. You’re not in this alone. Business is a process of trial and error. Fail Forward with a plan to get back up.
- Sara, Founder, Coach, Entrepreneur, Mom
Are you a Small Business Owner?
Have you been in Business at least 2 years?
Do you want to know what you don't know?
If you answered YES, above, you probably have had a few days where you feel a bit tangled and like you are always putting out "fires".
You need to know it's completely normal to feel this way sometimes, and you are not alone!
But if you want to get untangled, grow or exit, it is time to take a step back and look at your business from a different perspective.
If you were to put your business on paper what would it look like? and if someone had to take over for you would they have a clue how to operate?
Schedule 30 minutes to sit down and work ON your business, uninterrupted.
Dig in. Really think about the questions. You might pick up a few ideas or have an aha moment.
Share it with your leadership team or Advisory Board. Take up the Challenge and in the very least talk to One other entrepreneur.
Come back next year and do it again.
Here's Why it will matter to you.
Based on Proven Best Practices and Questions Brokers, Investors or Consultants would look at when assessing your business for growth or exit.
Force yourself to take an inventory. Ask some hard questions. You may not expect or even like the answers you find.
Cut out some of the clutter to identify the gaps and bottlenecks.
Be honest and set a plan in action to achieve your goals.
You do NOT have to be in this alone!
TAKE the assessment, SHARE IT with your peers, COMPARE.