Business consulting in Tulsa with Tim Redmond at Redmond Growth Consulting is one of the best investments you can make for yourself and your business. It doesn’t matter if you’re doing phenomenally well right now, if you’re stuck, or if you are just barely getting started with a new business venture Tim Redmond will be able to help you get to where you want to go faster. Because he helps people close the gap. Closing the gap from where you are to where you want to be. He does this through a seven-step process. To have him take you through that seven step process to explode your profits and improve your quality of life simply call to schedule your business growth assessment at 918-361-3047.

What is business coaching anyways? Business coaching is you taking on somebody who can see things from outside your current sphere of influence. Somebody who see things which is not you. Somebody who can ask questions and point out things that you might be able to see yourself. A business coach is somebody who is going to motivate you and hold you accountable to that what you said you were going to do. Being a business owner can be very lonely. A coach is going to ensure that you stay accountable, and you stay on task even when nobody is looking. Tim Redmond is a master at this.  He is a master at holding you to account while letting you be yourself and grow.

The first step of Tim’s seven step process is him asking you and helping you to assess where you currently are. Assessing where you currently are in your life. Assessing where you currently are in your business. Assessing where you currently are in your mental state. You want to assess everything before you start any journey, so you know where to improve and where to focus. Without the assessment without asking your question where are we currently, you will have a hard time knowing how to grow and where to grow so that you’re most efficient.

The next question that Tim will ask you in the seven part series to get you where you want to go is where are you going. If you have no idea where you’re going and then how you ever going to get there? There are so many business owners out there and people in life in general who are just letting life live them. Instead of knowing and having a destination they are just floating in the sea of life. Tim is not going to allow that to happen any longer. He is going to make you identify the place that you are going so then you can go to step number three.

Step number three in Tim’s seven step process is to strategize how you’re going to get where it is that you identified you want to go from where you assessed you currently are. Without the strategizing a map you don’t have an action plan, and you are just wildly throwing spaghetti against the wall to see if it sticks. That is no longer going to be the case when you do business consulting in Tulsa with Tim Redmond.

7-Step Process for Business Success

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Business consulting in Tulsa is one of the best ways for businesses to rapidly grow and expand. The only caveat to this statement is it is super dependent on who you choose to be your business consultant. If you choose Tim Redmond at Redmond Growth Consulting, then you are in good hands and guaranteed to explode your profits and your quality of life. Many business consultants cannot guarantee that your quality of life will improve even though many can guarantee the growth of your business will improve. Tim Redmond is a freak of business nature when it comes to this. He is able to increase both your business profits and revenue while also improving your quality of life. To schedule your business growth assessment call him at 918-361-3047.

Tim uses a very simple yet profound seven step process when he is business consulting in Tulsa. His seven step process has been used to grow thousands of companies including a company that he helped to grow from two employees to well over 400 employees and sell to a Fortune 1000 company. This seven step process works. It works for every business. It works for every business owner. It works every time.

The first three steps of the seven step process are to asses, identify and strategize. These are what I like to call the preparatory steps of Tim’s system. You need to assess where you currently are. Then you need to identify exactly where you’re going. This is like figuring out what your destination is just like a pilot needs to know where they are flying to. And then you need to strategize exactly how you’re going to get there. Once you know the first two things, then you need to know the map or the game plan of how you are going to get from where you currently are to where you identified you want to be.

The next step in the seven-step process is to implement. Tim is huge on implementation and taking action. He’s going to force you to start taking the steps that you identified and created in the strategize portion of the seven step process. He will also make you look at what skills or resources you need in order to fully implement you strategic plan. We don’t always currently have all the skills and resources we need to be able to actually fully implement the plan that we put into place. Now that’s okay because we can always go and get them.

So there you have it when you do business consulting in Tulsa with Tim Redmond he will take you through a seven-step process. The first four steps of that process are assessing where you currently are, identifying where you want to be, strategizing exactly how you get from where you are to where you want to be, and then implementing. All four of these are critical steps for you increasing your business and your quality of life. Business consulting Tulsa with Tim Redmond fills up extremely fast so if you are interested in ramping up the growth of your business give him a call at 918-361-3047.

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