Your business is growing —

so your list of ‘things that need fixing’ keeps growing, too —

and it’s hard to know which things need your focus first.

 

Your business is growing —

so your list of ‘things that need fixing’ keeps growing, too —

and it’s hard to know which things need your focus first.

 

You’ve got ‘growing pains’:

Maybe you have 6 people on staff – but you really need eight. There’s been no time to interview, and you are well aware that even though your people are spread thin, they continue to go the extra mile. While you’re grateful, this also bothers you. You know you need to hire more people, but you haven’t had the bandwidth to do it.

Or maybe your systems for inventory, point-of-sale, or scheduling haven’t kept pace with your growth. You’re doing a lot on paper or by hand. You know you can streamline operations, save everyone work, and increase your margins. But there hasn’t been time to make it happen.

Or maybe a piece of equipment breaks down. Instead of having a plan to save towards your next upgrade, you end up paying more because you can’t afford to be without it another day.

You know you’re making reactive decisions.
But what else can you do?

 

It’s time to stop reacting to what’s happening
 and envision, prioritize, and plan for growth --

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I help my clients get a clear-eyed view of the moving parts in their company from 30,000 feet and prioritize what needs to get done – and when. So they can get back into action more effectively and calmly than ever before.

Clients call on me when:

  • They know things are falling through the cracks – but they aren’t sure how to even begin to start fixing it

  • Their old ways of getting and serving customers needs to be updated – fast

  • Their people are stretched thin

  • Money leaks are no longer tolerable

  • The business isn’t running like a well-oiled machine – and it’s bugging them

  • They know that in order to grow more, these issues need to be nipped in the bud

You work fast and so do I. Together, we’ll get you taking actionable steps that are part of a larger strategic plan. Because you know it’s going to take that larger strategic plan to achieve next phase growth of your company.

You know you’ve got to do something different.

I’m here to help figure out what ‘different’ looks like for you and your company.

When you know you’re ready, let’s hop on the phone for a conversation about what’s going on and how I can help.

If that’s you...

Click here to get the ball rolling
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If you’d like to see more about how to run your growing business by your rules, then check out the latest Coaching From the Carpool videos for tips and action items.

 
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“…Leslie has been hands on and in the trenches with me; designing, structuring and framing my business.”

Michelle Petties

“Gain clarity…no fluff, no nonsense…I was able to focus and let go of the distractions. I only wish I had found her sooner.”

Marta Cordell

“Leslie has a wonderful way of taking complex tasks and breaking them down into manageable and effective steps…”

Kim Kendall

Let’s do this - together

Leslie Hassler is a popular author and speaker who spends much of her time coaching business owners on how to run their growing businesses by their rules. Delivering high-touch, personalized service, Leslie works with her clients as a partner, not just a consultant (who would pop in, tell you what to do, then leave).

Leslie teaches her clients a structured way to decide what to do first, second, next -- and never – in their businesses, so that they can learn to do it for themselves. Leslie lives in Dallas with her husband and two kids, so she knows it’s not just about growing the business – it’s about getting the business ship shape so it grows and you can be home in time for dinner.

Leslie speaks on topics such as business leadership, prioritizing the business owner’s To Do list, and how to create and implement a strategic plan for growth.

If you’d like to have Leslie come speak to your group or organization, or present at your event, inquire here.