Get Your Business in “Tip-Top Shape”
Your business succeeds when you consistently bring value to the marketplace – excellent products and services that positively impact the lives of your customers.
In turn, a successful business can also provide you – and each member of your team – with a reliable and growing livelihood.
Your success requires passion, energy, and lots of hard work… plus effective business systems and well-developed strategies to make things happen.
Just for a moment, let’s imagine how your business could resemble a boat – or even a ship – gliding across the water.
Now, picture how your ship’s damaged compass or a twisted propeller blade could impact your ability to navigate. It would be like running a business without a business plan or a set of clearly defined goals to accomplish your mission. Wouldn’t it?
So, what would happen if you continue to board more passengers (i.e. customers) and load more and more cargo (e.g. additional products/services, more inventory, new software and cloud computing to master, etc.) onto your ship? At some point, your engines (e.g. employees and business systems) can no longer move your ship “full speed ahead.”
And if your boat / ship has cracks in the hull – or unseen holes below the waterline – you simply can’t operate efficiently. Consider the “drag” caused by overlooked tax deductions, ineffective marketing strategies, or unresolved inventory management issues.
Of course, catching “more fish” means the opportunity to find and make “more sales” with new and existing customers.
To find more opportunities – and serve ALL your customers well – you really need to consider getting your boat in top condition.
What Keeps You Up at Night?
As a small business owner, you’re constantly dealing with the daily overwhelm. So it’s easy to get off course.
Phone calls, emails, sales presentations, inventory management, shipping, taxes, accounting, payroll, marketing, healthcare and IT changes, and more. Any unexpected problem can potentially undo today’s well-planned TO DO List in a heartbeat.
Literally hundreds of business concerns can keep you tossing and turning.
Here’s an example…
In recent years, concerns about taxes and tax changes loomed large at the top of the list for many small business owners.
Did you know that many national polls now show that small business owners identify the need for “More Sales” as their #1 problem?
If you can “plug the holes in your boat,” you can free up time, money, and manpower so that your business team can concentrate on finding more fish… and growing your business!
Take a Test Drive with an Experienced Small Business Consultant
For almost a decade, Nick Turcsany (Tuscany Financial CEO, business analyst, and chief consultant) has helped small business owners across the DFW Metroplex achieve excellent results with hundreds of individual business projects.
Along the way, Nick has gained a reputation for the ability to identify additional problems that require immediate attention. The proverbial hole in the boat. Something that nobody noticed. Too much inventory, poor cash flow, lack of customer tracking and relationship management systems, profit margin issues, outmoded CRM software, IT infrastructure problems – and more.
Nick regularly works with more than two dozen individual small business owners throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. Some people need help with a one-time project, then call again later in the year.
Other companies like the idea of setting up a regular “block of time” (8 or 10 hours each month, for example) to work on projects, discuss new issues, or get an unbiased independent second opinion to help make important business decisions.
Take advantage of a free 30-minute “no obligation” phone conversation with Nick Turcsany. Share your #1 problem with him. You’re bound to pick up a new idea or two that can get you thinking about your #1 problem in a new way.
If your conversation matches your expectations, you might discuss a small project that might require a couple of hours for him to research and solve.
A “Test Drive” can help you see his work first-hand. Most importantly, you can determine if you both “hit it off” and work well together for a future project.
Take advantage of a free, no-obligation TEST DRIVE offer to help get things started:
Nick will provide insights, ideas, and useful feedback during your call. If his skills and approach “match” with your current project and desired time frame, he will prepare a business project overview and a quote for your consideration.
Keep in mind – there’s no high-pressure sales stuff here. You’re not obligated to move forward with a project if you don’t feel comfortable for any reason. And rest assured, any information you share with Tuscany Financial will be held in strictest confidence.
It’s easy to take the first step
Simply visit our Contact Us page to answer a few brief questions about your business and the current problem (or opportunity) you want to discuss. Your “advance” information will help Nick prepare for your phone meeting.
Once we receive your request, someone from our office will contact you within two business days to schedule a mutually convenient time for your 30-minute phone session.
Thank you for considering Tuscany Financial, Inc. We look forward to the possibility of talking with you soon.
“Nick researched and helped us with new lines of business that have increased our monthly revenue.”
Ray Ferri, Owner / MMS (N. Richland Hills, TX)