I do and I don’t envy you.

On one hand I’m jealous. You are about to embark on a life-changing journey that will have a massively positive effect on your organisation and on you personally. On the other hand, right now you must be faced with a riot of information, coming at you from all angles; including your accountant, the management teams, family and friends, books and YouTube.

The list is endless.

All this conflicting information claims to help you determine the best options for you and your organisation. Whilst at the same time, all of it totally absolves responsibility and firmly places your fate in your own hands. Leaving you to sieve the sand and find the rubies for yourself.

Here’s a thought though.

It might help if you think of your journey as a recipe book. The serious one you’ve been working-up to having a go at. However this time, instead of ploughing through it alone, the chef who wrote the book is in your kitchen with you. You can’t fail to get the best results, as the expert is on hand to react to your individual nuances and guide you through to the finished dish.

It’s the same with your growth journey. I see my role as someone who facilitates the understanding of all of the external information you are bombarded with, as you hunt out the ingredients for success. Who combines the good input with what I know about your journey ahead. Providing you with a recipe to follow, whilst taking into account where you and your organisation are on the development journey. Bring all things together in order to speed up understanding, engagement and growth.

Let me share some decision-making secrets

Although every growth journey is as unique as a fingerprint, I’ve noted that all of my clients faced the same six dilemmas when it came to deciding if they needed external help in the first place; and who to approach for the most successful outcome.

So I’m going to tell you, what I always say to them.

There are six golden considerations. Click on each icon below.