Lacking your good-old entrepreneurial spirit
Feeling imprisoned in your daily life
Blindsided by a lack of financial insights
Performing 24/7 at the peak of your abilities
Weakening in your communication with others
Experiencing increased business risks
Solving escalated tensions within your teams on a daily basis
Frustrated by a decreasing company professionality
Feeling no pleasure in entrepreneurship anymore
Ready for a kick start.
Nice to meet you.
To address this delicate situation, trust is crucial. That's why everything starts with an (online) introduction. If this feels good, it will succeed. In this first interview, I will get to know you, your business and the people around you. You can share your worries and obstacles worryless with me, the outsider. Someone who is objective and independent, having only one goal: let you be at your best again.
I am not the one telling you what to do. I am not one of the 'always knows better' group. I am the one who feels and understands your entrepreneurial heart. The one who can pull you back up and show you things in bird perspective again. The one lighting a spark. Hello, long-gone enthusiasm. Nice to have you back!
When it feels great and you're ready to take the leap: I will teach you how to accelerate. All in a crisp and clear plan.
I AM NOT TELLING YOU HOW TO IMPROVE.
I LET YOU REALIZE HOW TO IMPROVE.
A TINY STORY OF EFFORT
WHAT CUSTOMERS EXPERIENCE
"I strongly recommend Amanda to fellow entrepreneurs. It is an enriching experience
to learn - after more than 19 years - how business can be done differently and better. "
Marian Slagboom, Gastouderbureau Kinderoase B.V.
"My essential right-hand woman."
Martin Romeijn, Circuit Romeijn & Autobedrijf Romeijn
Oh, poor thing, thought a man who saw a beautiful butterfly struggle to free himself out of his cocoon. The man decided to help the butterfly. He grabbed a small pocket knife and carefully cut the tissue loose. The operation succeeded. The butterfly was freed.
Lovingly, the man took the butterfly on his hand and threw him in the air. The butterfly dropped helplessly to the ground. Why? Because the struggle out of the cocoon is an essential part of the birth of a butterfly. Only in this way, the butterfly makes the extra effort to become so strong it can fly. In the end, to show has not to be confused with to do.