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Focus your intentions.
Develop the strategies you need.
Do the right things, at the right time.
Your business is part of who you are.
Do you fully understand all aspects of running your business?
Are your income and profit sufficient and consistent?
Are you making effective decisions, every time?
Do you have enough time for all the things you enjoy?
Better understanding of your business, its strategic intention and your markets.
Using simple, easy to understand approaches, uncover the insight you need to be Building Better Business.
Better alignment to your intention and stronger focus on your approach.
Consistently deliver the right value in order to be Building Better Business.
Better inform your decisions with an unbiased, business confidant; identify options and analyse the right data.
Better decisions mean you will be Building Better Business.
William is a confidant, an experienced and confidential business mentor. If you know your business could be better, whether that’s bigger, less stressful, faster, or something else, then mentoring could be powerful for you. Find out about what mentoring is in this post (click). It’s not for everyone. It’s important to find a good fit between you and your mentor. You can read more about why I don’t work with just anyone here (click). Are you ready? Find out what “ready” means here (click) and if you then let’s have a conversation.
Working with William
You need to make changes to reconnect with what matters most to you, and through questioning, analysis and sharing of experience, we will distil the essence of what you need to do, and plan how to do those things.
My promise to you is that I will be honest, curious, and support your ambitions without jargon, and with clarity and care. Together, we will create the space for you to think about, design, and be Building Better Business. Read more of my promise here…
An initial strategic oversight session will clarify how your business operates, and what a better business would look like for you. This session will give you increased understanding and control and allow you to immediately improve.
We will agree what has to change for you to build a better business. As your strategic imperatives, and guiding principles guide your decisions, your focus will be enhanced and the results will flow.
Strategy without action is just hot air. Take the right actions at the right time and everything improves. Our regular review and mentoring sessions keep you focused, building better business every day.
I have a well-developed ability to ask the right question to unlock your blocks and barriers. Those questions may, at times, appear difficult and uncomfortable, and you might otherwise avoid them. Yet together they let us develop, gain and share insight into your way of working. Rather than remaining unasked, these crucial, vital questions give you a clear understanding of what has to be done.
When the answers aren’t comfortable, you need a supporting, non-judgemental, steady hand to assist as we sift through the new information. Central to our work is that you feel at the heart of the process, in control of what happens and your decisions. Through our work together you will feel empowered to confidently build a better business.
For more insights for your business, read William’s blog
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Learn to overcome the expert’s curse and pass on your expertise to others. Reacquaint yourself with the learning process and develop your communication skills. #smallbusiness #expertise #communication
Or listen to William on a podcast
In this episode of the master delegator podcast, Kristy Yoder and William Buist discuss why focusing on your strengths rather than your weaknesses as a business leader is essential for growth and stability.
In today’s fast-paced and highly competitive business world, the concept of purpose has become an increasingly important topic of discussion.
Are you doing all that you can to be the master of what it is that you do?
Whether in your business, career or when you speak, you have to stand out (especially in a crowded market!) In this conversation, I discuss moving from an expert to a master.