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Hope is not a strategy that a real business uses.

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What if you woke up today and:

  • You were struck down with a diabolical tummy bug and unable to move let alone work?
  • There was an email from you best team member telling you she was moving to Timbuktu tomorrow?
  • Your phone was blowing up with missed calls from clients who had all been double billed over night?
  • Your daughter told you her soccer game got moved to today and she forgot to tell you?
  • The main wifi doodad for your area got struck by lightning overnight and there is not internet?
  • You logged on to facebook or Instagram or Pinterest and everything was gone?

How prepared would you be?

In the climate of "you have to believe it to achieve it" and "leap and the net will appear", we seem to be afraid to face up to the reality that sh*t hits the fan sooner or later.

We rely on hoping that it doesn't happen as a strategy instead of acting like the strong, capable, talented entrepreneurs that we are and making a damn plan!

But here's the kicker, while we all like to believe we are unique snowflakes it's mostly not really true except in for contingency plans!

Your business is a unique mix of your product or service and you and your team and your location and your clients and all your other variables. A What If that someone else deems immaterial to their biz could flatten yours. So there is no one size fits all here.

You can have the best team and the best systems running your business like clockwork for you but sh*t still happens.

So let's make a real plan for when life and biz get real.

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But WHAT will we talk about?

VULNERABILITIES

Brainstorming the most likely What Ifs for your business

TEAM

What changes in how your team operates in crisis mode

PROCESSES

Getting it all documented and prioritize

CLIENTS

Prioritizing your clients quantitatively and qualitatively

DATA

Where is it kept and who can get to it when it's needed

RESOURCES

The physical assets needed to keep the business operating

PLAN

Implementing, maintaining and testing your plan

EVENT

What to do first (and next) in a crisis situation

REVIEW

Just because the event is over, doesn't mean you just move on

WONDERING HOW MUCH WE CAN ACTUALLY GET DONE IN UNDER AN HOUR?

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In under an hour, we accomplished so much : a plan to train my team without micromanaging them, new tasks to hand over to my VA and improved my customer service through new systems. Diane has an amazing ability to find the bottle neck in processes and if anyone is on the fence about working with her, you should do it! You won't regret it

SARAH FOX

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Diane's session was the perfect mix of feeling like I had a friend and expert to talk to! I felt really comfortable digging deep, talking numbers, and getting to the nitty gritty of my struggles in a short amount of time. I left with some great take-aways and I loved this time with her! It was a jam packed brainstorming session with a side of fun!

JEN GARDINER

What if the thing that keeps you up at night happened right now?

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