RAPID RESCUE AND TURNAROUND


First of all, if you are in a downward spiral with your business or very concerned about the viability in the long-term, you have my full empathy. Having been there myself, I can imagine how you feel.

If you are in any of the following or similar businesses and are experiencing a situation that needs emergency intervention please read on:

  • Holistic Health Clinics
  • Chiropractors
  • Nutritional Consultants
  • Health Spas
  • Medical Spas
  • Holistic Doctor's Offices
  • Retreat Centers
  • Yoga Studios
  • Pilates Studios
  • Fitness Studios and
  • anyone engaged in a health and wellness service based business

There are all kinds of reasons your business might be in dire straits, ranging from personal illness, slowly sinking revenues, loss of a key constituency, increase in costs and often the situation has been coming for a while and has just hit a certain point of no return. You might only have a few months left or less, the way things are going. You might have enough cash to hold out, but don't see light at the end of the tunnel, wondering if you should just shut down. Maybe you're just flat burned out from living for so long on the financial edge.

Key components of the business (market, licensing, staff, competition) might have changed dramatically and have unseated your business or it has just reached an unsustainable place.

Some trigger events I have seen in my practice:

  • Suddenly insurances decide to no longer pay for your kind of service. You lose 50% of your revenue;
  • The owner of the building you are in decides to renovate over 3 months. And while you are not paying rent, you lose 20% of your business;
  • Something happened and you delayed vendor payments. Suddenly they won't deliver the products you need;
  • A key staff member has resigned exposing significant problems in how the business is managed.

Most likely your business grew "organically" over time and your were lucky when matching your services with a market. But when the once successful system starts unraveling, it is really hard to figure out what to do because the important pieces are not clearly known. So especially if the event(s) that triggered the downward trend had nothing to do with you and you have no control over it, it is very hard to resolve.

To run a successful business the key elements and how they work together need to be designed known and planned in order for it to be successful.

This might sound like too much for a small business but it is not. In fact a small business needs to be much better planned because it has less buffer to absorb mistakes and is not forgiving.

Do you know:

  • Why you really attract a certain demographic?
  • If these are the people you want to be working with?
  • Who your clients really are?
  • What your service is actually worth to them?
  • Where to find them?
  • Why you compete on price and not on value?
  • How to generate a steady stream of clients?
  • How to hire the people you want?
  • How to get out of the money for time dilemma?
  • What systems will help you automate processes?
  • How to recognize problems before they impact the business?

Please click below and book a complimentary strategy session.
Receive some immediate ideas for your path forward.


First of all, if you are in a downward spiral with your business or very concerned about the viability in the long-term, you have my full empathy. Having been there myself, I can imagine how you feel.

If you are in any of the following or similar businesses and are experiencing a situation that needs emergency intervention please read on:

  • Holistic Health Clinics
  • Chiropractors
  • Nutritional Consultants
  • Health Spas
  • Medical Spas
  • Holistic Doctor's Offices
  • Retreat Centers
  • Yoga Studios
  • Pilates Studios
  • Fitness Studios and
  • anyone engaged in a health and wellness service based business

There are all kinds of reasons your business might be in dire straits, ranging from personal illness, slowly sinking revenues, loss of a key constituency, increase in costs and often the situation has been coming for a while and has just hit a certain point of no return. You might only have a few months left or less, the way things are going. You might have enough cash to hold out, but don't see light at the end of the tunnel, wondering if you should just shut down. Maybe you're just flat burned out from living for so long on the financial edge.

Key components of the business (market, licensing, staff, competition) might have changed dramatically and have unseated your business or it has just reached an unsustainable place.

Some trigger events I have seen in my practice:

  • Suddenly insurances decide to no longer pay for your kind of service. You lose 50% of your revenue;
  • The owner of the building you are in decides to renovate over 3 months. And while you are not paying rent, you lose 20% of your business;
  • Something happened and you delayed vendor payments. Suddenly they won't deliver the products you need;
  • A key staff member has resigned exposing significant problems in how the business is managed.

Most likely your business grew "organically" over time and your were lucky when matching your services with a market. But when the once successful system starts unraveling, it is really hard to figure out what to do because the important pieces are not clearly known. So especially if the event(s) that triggered the downward trend had nothing to do with you and you have no control over it, it is very hard to resolve.

To run a successful business the key elements and how they work together need to be designed known and planned in order for it to be successful.

This might sound like too much for a small business but it is not. In fact a small business needs to be much better planned because it has less buffer to absorb mistakes and is not forgiving.

Do you know:

  • Why you really attract a certain demographic?
  • If these are the people you want to be working with?
  • Who your clients really are?
  • What your service is actually worth to them?
  • Where to find them?
  • Why you compete on price and not on value?
  • How to generate a steady stream of clients?
  • How to hire the people you want?
  • How to get out of the money for time dilemma?
  • What systems will help you automate processes?
  • How to recognize problems before they impact the business?

Please click below and book a complimentary strategy session. Receive some immediate ideas for your path forward.

Are you ready to re-position your business for success?