A mentor can be your 'secret weapon' to keep your business focused and on track.

 

A mentor can be your ‘secret weapon’ to keep your business focused and on track. Whether you’re starting out or more established, consider us your Accountability Partner.

Being a small business owner is lonely and hard work. You’re the expert in your field, but may need some help with business development. That is, where you are now, and where you want to be in the future. We’re there with you on the wild ride of business, from inception right through to exit, someone you can turn to for advice and guidance throughout the journey.

How can a mentor help you?

Even if you’re working within a team, running your own business can be isolating. Who do you have to lean on in times of struggles? Who do you run new ideas and projects by? Who is holding you accountable? A mentor can:

  • Give you a different perspective to a situation
  • Give you the confidence to implement new ideas
  • Give you a place to explore your new ideas
  • Give you accountability to follow through

 

We’re proud to be accredited Mentored with Mark Bouris and a 1-1 meeting with us is a great way to get help with specific areas within your business. We offer 2-hour sessions that are dedicated to you and your goals. We can help you with:

  • Starting your business
  • Getting more customers
  • Growing your business
  • Running your business
  • Working with people
  • Finance and money
  • Exiting your business

Commitment to Learn and Share

We’d like to take you on a business development road trip. Your starting point is where you are now. Your destination is where you want to be. But that may not be your final destination, just the next stop in your business journey. Let’s digress for a moment and explore the four stages of learning:

 

Business mentoring

  1. Unconsciously incompetent – you don’t know what you don’t know. This the the baby who doesn’t even know what driving is.
  2. Consciously incompetent – you know what you don’t know. This is the toddler who knows what driving is, but doesn’t know how to do it.
  3. Consciously competent – you have to concentrate hard to know or do it. This is the learner driver who knows how to drive, but needs to concentrate hard to do it well and requires few distractions.
  4. Unconsciously competent – you can know or do it without even thinking about it. This is the mature driver who has practiced to the point it has become second nature and can be performed easily.

Mentoring is a brilliant way for us to help you move through the stages to learning to achieve enduring value and lifelong learnings that will make a real difference to your business and personal life.

We want to build a relationship with you

Findng a good mentor is not always an easy task. So we think it’s important to build a relationship with you so we can guide you on your business journey. We’ll help you do this by:

  • Setting measurable goals
  • Not letting you settle or become complacent
  • Sharing personal experiences that inspire and motivate

Whatever your next business goal is, we’re here to help you succeed.

 

Book a 2 hour mentoring session with Sarah