Wasted Days and Sleepless Nights

January 31, 2016 - 2 minutes read

Coaches and consultants can provide some outside perspective and help you identify and solve issues.

If it keeps you up at night, it’s worth having someone take an objective look at it. Sometimes, the biggest issues have the simplest answers. Finding yourself in unfamiliar territory can be frustrating. Before you give up and move to a deserted island, consider getting some professional help… I mean that in the nicest way.

Finding the right person or team of people can be challenging. It is always best to make note of your biggest struggles and then do your research. Here are a few insights that can help.


Interested in working with a coach? You should know that coaching is a widely varied field. According to one account, there are approximately 99 different coaching niches, specializing in everything from the personal to professional. Most common for business are life coaches who support you as a person through the business process, marketing coaches to help you promote your business, and the hard-core strategist who goes over your business with a fine-toothed comb to help you identify your business strengths and weaknesses.


It is possible to find business consultants with a generalized business knowledge, but most often you will find individuals with specific expertise in areas such as process improvement, marketing, accounting, branding, and more. This is as it should be. It is almost impossible for one person to know everything.

Team of Experts

If you prefer to look at a challenge from a variety of perspectives so you can make a fully-informed decision about how to move forward, you might consider hiring a team to brainstorm your ideas with. Consulting with a team of experts can provide valuable insight and yield faster results.

Need some advice or a referral? We can help.

We not only provide coaching ourselves, our team actively coordinates with a client’s existing business coach to help prioritize and organize workflow, document and automate tedious processes, improve visibility, strategic planning, prepare budgets, and assign a team to assist with the daily tasks.

“You have become part of the DNA of [this organization].” – Dave Bruno, Third Nature

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