“If I had one hour to save the world, I would spend 55 minutes defining the people and only 5 minutes finding the solution.” ~ Albert Einstein
I often diagnose problems when I visit a business or work with a client. Some say that’s my superpower, while others say it’s super annoying. The fact is I’m a problem-solver at heart. My experience is that problems hurt people, and I don’t like to see people hurt; especially if it is preventable.
I understand most people don’t like to hear their problems voiced, especially business owners. However, my goal is not to upset people; rather I want to help everyone succeed, the business owner, the executives, the employees, and the customers.
Choosing to ignore the issues often results in a lose-lose situation for all parties involved. If the issue is known or ignored for too long, it can turn into a problem that costs the business or organization significantly more. As you can imagine, the issues eventually lead to much more serious problems. Eventually, ignored issues will be brought to light. If it’s not someone on staff who brings it to light, a customer’s online review may make the item appear, and then it’ll take more work to resolve.
I enjoyed watching G.I. Joe as a kid, and its most memorable phrase has always stuck with me. “Knowing is half the battle.“ To become more successful and thrive, we must use the knowledge available to reduce threats and strengthen weaknesses in order to produce more strengths and opportunities for success.
I help my clients identify underlying issues and resolve them before they arise so they can keep moving forward. If you’re an entrepreneur, leader, business, or organization looking for help finding or solving issues before they become bigger, let’s talk and see if we’re a good fit.The sooner you tackle issues, the better. This allows you to prosper and reach your goals. Click To Tweet