In honor of Small Business Week, this week, is to go back and reiterate how courageous it is to be a small business owner.

How, today at lunch, with one of my clients who was talking about the changes in the business, as we started working together, that the challenge of ongoingly creating and training and innovating and systemizing and like the whole world of all the things that go on at any small business whether it’s administrative, finance, operations marketing or sales.

And when you stop and think about the scope of the things that a small business owner has to be in tune with. It’s actually quite staggering. And in the country, most small businesses are 10 people or less. So, they don’t have an extensive team to help get all this stuff done. They really need to be something of a jack of all trades. And, there’s a lot more support today than there has been in the past for small businesses, and there’s more that’s needed.

As the backbone of our economy, really looking at what can we do to support the small business owner, and their family members. Because, many times, the families are impacted by what’s not working in that business. It’s not just the owner, or the owner and the team.

I am moved by the courage, the commitment, the passion and the stalwartness of the small business owners that I work with.

A lot of times the small business owners are reluctant to go out and get help that they desperately need because they’re afraid of recruiting and getting the wrong person. And, it can be very painful to get the wrong person in the business.

We have a process where we actually create the ideal person long before you ever write the Ad to recruit them. I’d like to help you with that, complimentary. So reach out to us at (305) 285-9264 extension 301. My name is Jody. Or, you can e-mail me at [email protected] and I’ll be happy to help you with that.

It’s one of the most important things that you can do to get the ideal person, so that you write the right ad to attract the right person and get them in the right seat, doing the right things at the right time.

And God, does it make a difference.

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With 14 years of experience in working with small and medium sized businesses to help them grow, Doug is committed to seeing business owners thrive. Business coaching is what drives Doug.

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