One of the first things I typically do with a new client is some type of Business Analysis (also called Business Validation). The purpose of this is to fully understand the key drivers, opportunities, and challenges of the business in order to determine a plan and to find where the biggest wins may be found.
We know that the vast majority of your clients will be fantastic. They will heed your advice, bring you interesting projects, learn and adapt based on your recommendations, and teach you interesting new things. But throughout the life of your business, you’ll come across some clients who are just… well, not worth it!
One of the advertised advantages of middle age is the fact that you have been around long enough to accumulate the necessary experience to give you a leg up in both your personal and work lives. The question is, is all this experience benefiting you, or has it become baggage. Is your experience, and your […]