Dec. 22, 2012
-- Toledo, Ohio (Grassroots Newswire) December 22, 2012 - Many more people today are embracing the American dream of business ownership in this slow-moving economy. However, this dream can take on a whole new meaning for people when they understand how to use their business as a means to an end. Some look at their business as a job and measure financial success by whether they are getting by. They worry at the end of each month if the bills are going to get paid. But others use the business to give them a lifestyle that some only dream about and to build long-term wealth and equity.
“The difference is what we call moving up to Your Business 2.0®,” says Patrick Good, a business advisor with AdviCoach in Toledo. “It’
s basically taking a serious look at the state of the business by defining certain characteristics such as the Your Business 1.0 dangers, opportunities and strengths and then acting on them.”
As a business coach, Good asks people to think about what they want, need and value out of life. Once clients have a greater understanding of these core issues in their world, they can start taking the steps with their business to get want they want, value and need.
“Many entrepreneurs feel alone and don’t have someone they can turn to for help in seeing their business objectively,”
says Good. “As a coach, I partner with business owners to help them understand their frustrations and get to the heart of what matters to each business owner. We then work together to determine what has to happen to begin the process of transforming their frustrations into freedom,” says Good.
The Your Business 2.0® process is an insightful way of defining the many issues that keep business owners up at night. After gaining a keen understanding of these challenges, Patrick Good works with clients to then turn those worries into opportunities and strengths, setting clients up for greater success.
As a business coach with a leading coaching and advisory firm, Good and his team specialize in helping business owners remove their blinders about key issues, see their role more objectively and make fact-based decisions to increase organizational performance.
To learn more about AdviCoach services in your area, please contact Patrick Good, AdviCoach of NW Ohio at 567-686-7565, email@example.com. For more information about AdviCoach of NW Ohio, please visit http://pgood.advicoach.com.