you can’t separate the business from the client

don’t fight it, work within it.

by gary bolinger

so, you have a client who owns a small business (use whatever definition you want for small business). there may be two or three owners of this business. the client(s) spend a lot of time working in or on the business. most small business owners spend more time workinginthe business rather thanonthe business.

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with a structured approach to advisory services, you can get the client(s) to spend a little more time working on the business to enhance the possibilities for growth, improved profitability and long -term success. so, your firm needs to develop that structured, repeatable approach for advisory services.