Business Coaching For Entrepreneurs

Business Clarity Strategy Session with Adelaide

The way I see it, entrepreneurship is your opportunity to have the work and life YOU want.

But the truth is that even when you’re the boss it’s easy to compromise on the things that matter most. And often times it’s hard to know what direction to go or where to even get started.

My goal is to help you make sure you’re getting the most out of your business and that your business is set up in a way that allows you to have the satisfaction and success that you desire.

 

How it Works:

  • You briefly describe the challenge you’d like to address.
  • I send you up to 10 questions that will help me get more of the information I need.
  • You work on the questions and send me the answers along with anything else you’d like me to review.
  • I pour over your materials and website so we can hit the ground running when we meet.
  • We connect and strategize for 90 minutes. We clarify the challenge, dig for insights, discuss solutions and outline action steps.
  • You leave feeling better – energized, clear, validated, and motivated – and ready to move your business forward.
  • I recap your action plan, send you resources and an MP3 recording of our session, and remain available for follow-up and support.

 

I work exclusively with:

Committed entrepreneurs who want to maximize their experience and results & Aspiring entrepreneurs who want to get started on the right foot.

Examples of challenges that I help entrepreneurs with are:

  • I’m not sure where to take my business from here.
  • I think I know where I want to go but I don’t know how to get started.
  • I’m not “in love” with my business anymore.
  • My business feels like too much work.
  • I don’t have enough of the work I really enjoy.
  • I’m always putting out fires, I’d like to be more strategic and feel in charge of my business.

 

Cost: $300

To schedule a session email me, Adelaide Lancaster: Adelaide@ingoodcompany.com

You can learn more about me and my approach by reading my book, The Big Enough Company, or some of my articles for ForbesThe Huffington Post, or The Daily Muse.