who is tim redmond? what is redmond growth?
Tim Redmond, CEO
- Built Tax & Accounting Software company from 2 people to over 350 people. Learn More
- Sold Tax and Accounting Software to Inuit for $62.5 Million.
- Two decades of business coaching with startups to businesses worth hundreds of millions
- Featured in John Maxwell’s 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership
- CPA who started his career with Pricewaterhouse Coopers
HOW THE REDMOND GROWTH SYSTEM WORKS
STEP 1: Create a Proven Path to YOUR Successful Business
We start the process with a free business evaluation lead by Tim Redmond to evaluate where your business currently is, versus where you need it to be. After this evaluation, Tim Redmond and his team work together to create you a personalized proven path (business plan) to build your successful business.
STEP 2: Implement Systems to Make Your Business Highly Profitable & Less Reliant on You
Tim and his team works with you to create an efficient, systems reliant business that is highly profitable, and less reliant on you. From discovering what sets you apart from your competitors, to branding, marketing, sales, hiring, accounting, and operations, we help you create a systems driven business, in every part of your business.
STEP 3: Make Your Business Better Each Week
Tim and his team will meet with you on a weekly basis, whether by phone or in person, to tackle the challenges that come up as a natural result of growth. The weekly meeting also keeps you focused on the most important tasks to grow your business.
Tulsa Business Consulting Exceeds Service Expectations
If you are a business owner and you are not completely satisfied with your sales, profits, productivity, and time freedom, it is time to tap into the best of Tulsa business consulting with Business Coach Tim Redmond of Redmond Growth Consulting. There are so many people who want to run their own business and jump in with both feet. Within a relatively short time, they find that instead of them having the freedom and money and power they thought they would have in running their own business, their business is running them. They don’t own a business; rather, they just got another job with much more downside if the business fails.
What role do you want your business to play in your life? What do you want to get from your business? These are important questions to ask and even more importantly to answer. Very few business owners, especially those relatively inexperienced in running their own business, get clear on what is the purpose of their business. What is their why?
When one gets crystal clear on their “why?,” decisions become easier, focus on the most important items to work on increases, distractions have less pull. Tim Redmond and his top Tulsa business consulting firm, Redmond Growth coach Tulsa business owners get super clear on their answers as part of his powerful time and priority management system.
What is the “why?” of your business? Take a moment to write down all that comes to mind. Pull back and revisit that list in two days. Then write another more focused draft with less items; only including the most important “why?” items that you listed.
What purpose does your business serve FOR you? Could it be financial freedom? Possibly being a venue with which to develop people (your employees) and/or serve people in your creative “WOW!” ways (your customers).
Have you looked at your business simply as a vehicle that you design to bring you to where you want to go? Where do you want to go? How fast do you want to get there? Do you have a clear map of where it is you are going and what is the best route to get you there?
Let me illustrate. Let’s say I am working with a bakery that specialized in special pastries. When I asked the owner where she wants her business or “vehicle” to take her, she said she wants to make $10,000 per month in profits. So I begin to examine the “engine” of her business – what is the sales price, what is the cost and what is the profit for each pastry sold. Because she is like many business owners, she had never broken down the sales, costs and profits per item sold. After making a bit of effort and time we figured out those key numbers. Much to her amazement, she found she was only making 10 cents per pastry.
What’s the next question I should ask her? You know it . . . based on these numbers and her monthly goal, I asked her how close she was to selling 100,000 pastries each month. She responded with telling me she wouldn’t sell 100,000 pastries in a whole year. After discovering her vehicle was not designed to carry her to reach her goal, we began to work on re-configuring her business to produce the profits she desired. Using her talents and equipment, we discovered she would make about $500 profits per wedding cake produced. The challenge was to sell and manufacture 20 wedding cakes per month – a much more attainable vehicle with which to reach her goal.
We then identify and begin marketing to her ideal clients and most likely buyers through targeting, re-targeting online ads combined with boosting her SEO (search engine optimization), and obtaining leads of those planning to get married. We work in writing the appointment setting and sales scripts, setting up to record the calls to improve the callers’ selling abilities and design and mail the postcards. With diligent efforts applied on a daily basis, before long the owner is selling 20 wedding cakes per month. She begins to enjoy working in her business because she has taking time every week to work ON her business.
Her success begins to spread and before long news agencies are wanting to interview her to find out how she became so successful. Tulsa World, FoxNews, Bloomberg, CNN, KJRH-TV (channel 2), NewsOn6, and KTUL Channel 8 call to request an interview.
The illustration above reflects the experience of businesses with which we work. It is such a joy to be a Tulsa business coach for business owners, CEOs and their teams to move the needles in the right direction. As the vehicle begins to produce what the owner wants, his or her confidence significantly increases and they begin to more intentionally live out their purpose.
It is so easy to begin this rewarding Tulsa business consulting process with Tim Redmond. He will analyze your website and web presence then work with you to analyze your business to see what in this vehicle needs to be improved and systemized into a scalable, duplicable process that works without requiring more and more of the owner’s time.
The Business Evaluation is such an insightful and rewarding process. Business owners, CEOs, executive directors of non-profits have positively expressed gratitude for the clarity they achieved through Tim Redmond’s powerful Business Evaluation process. To experience the best business coaching of the top Tulsa business consulting expert, contact Tim Redmond and begin the process. It is free, it is easy, and it is highly rewarding.
We will see you soon and we will see you at the top as we work together!