Business Ignition Days

Set Your Business On Fire!

In your comprehensive Business Ignition Day with The Business Fox, you will:

  • Learn how to make your business or firm become the go-to choice in your ideal niche market
  • Create marketing and positioning strategies to ensure you and your firm stand out from the competition – in person and online
  • Create a plan for getting higher caliber and higher paying clients
  • Have a full day (face-to-face or video Skype) intensive to ignite your business through custom strategy creation and implementation roadmap

 

Ideal for professional service firms or business owners who:

  • Are launching a new business
  • Are looking to capture an additional market or niche or build a new revenue stream
  • Are successful but are ready to aggressively scale your current business up to new heights
  • Want to revamp a stalled or suffering business
  • Want to take your business into expansion mode

 

Using The Business Fox Foxology Four Quadrant System:

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  1. Goals – setting, reviewing, refining, sharpening
  2. Strategy – Creating ideal business development and marketing plan for accomplishing goals; Includes brainstorming and tactical components.
  3. Overcoming Obstacles – Identifying challenges, roadblocks, techniques for overcoming them so path is clear to fulfilling the plan
  4. Structures – Tools and tracking for keeping plan in place and in action on a daily basis. Structures also give clients ways for preventing the plan from going off track.

 

You will leave with a roadmap and calendared plan for next steps and implementation.

Formats
2 Half-day Sessions
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1 Full Day Session
In Person or Video Skype

 

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“It’s like getting six months of consulting and coaching in one day!” Intellectual Property Lawyer, New York City

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