Your Second Chance at the
Business You First Imagined
Is Your Business Still Serving You? Have you become:
- Frustrated? – You keep trying new things and nothing seems to work.
- Overwhelmed? – You’re too busy working IN your business to grow it.
- Confused? – Your business model used to work and now it doesn’t.
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Programs | with Jeff Martin
Jeff Martin has joined forces with Executive Development Coach and Speaker, Fred Reggie, to bring you a coaching program unlike any other.
The world is changing at a rapid pace, so understanding how that impacts you will help you in both your business and personal life.
This program includes a six-week online course where Jeff and Fred provide training on both personal and business strategies to adapt to the changing world. Fred shows you how to Know who you are, Believe who you are and Own who you are. Jeff helps you regain Clarity, Control and Freedom to Drive Your Business into the Future.
As a bonus, this includes three months of two-on-on coaching, with Fred and Jeff, a discovery call and monthly coaching calls.
Books | by Jeff Martin
Technology is changing the way business is done; and it’s coming at a cost to business owners. We’re being pulled deeper and deeper into the day-to-day activities of our businesses. It seems the more new tools and tricks we try the more layers of complexity, confusion and chaos we add.
We’ve all heard the expression, “Work on your business, not in your business”. Business Mulligan: How to give your business and your life a second chance in a changing world guides today’s small business owners out from under the hoods of their business and back into the driver’s seat, where they belong.
It starts by looking at your business in a different way: in systems and parts, rather than as a whole. Then, it’s about simplicity. We live in a very exciting time, but all the changes make running a business very complicated. Our businesses mirror the world. When times were simpler, running a business was simpler. But, today, we hardly understand our businesses much less the world.