Your small practice is struggling.
It’s competing against your ‘project passion’, creative genius, and the highs and lows of the Project Roller-coaster.
But when it loses – it handicaps your business (or even worse – it fails), and that’s strangling your project opportunities and can be overwhelming – increasing your stress and reducing your prosperity.
In fact, most small practices are under-performing – not because of their project work (IN BUSINESS) but because they don’t invest the same rigour and perseverance in managing their ON BUSINESS functions, and there are several reasons why they don’t.
Invest the ‘right’ time – at the right time
The objective is not to spend more time, but to invest the right amount of time in being more effective and efficient.
Small improvements can make a big difference to your Tipping Point, that transform your business from Striving into Thriving.
Let’s be clear – growth, transformation, improvement, etc – all involve change, which will require rigour, effort and time.
You have to decide if what you want is a passionate hobby or a sustainable business.
Freedom through Structure
The freedom to pursue your passion for projects exists when you have created a business structure that can be relied upon to practically manage your practice and convert striving into thriving to deliver your Sustainable Prosperity.
You need to step-up to YOUR NEXT LEVEL.
This is a programme specifically designed for small architectural / design practices. It brings the same structure of Design Thinking to improving and integrating the 7 ON-Business Fundamentals – in a practical way.
Stepping-up to YOUR NEXT LEVEL is delivered in 3 steps:
- POSITION – objectively determine where you are and define where you want to be.
- SIMPLIFY – create tools and techniques that can be applied across all 7 ON-Business Fundamentals.
- IMPROVE – Understand, create and deliver your improvements to each ON-Business Fundamental, then monitor and control the outcomes (go to SERVICES page for more details).
Where do you find your joy in practicing architecture and design?
Do you have the freedom to enjoy that?
The freedom of time, energy and focus, to do what you enjoy – what you’re good at.
If you would like to have a chat about this might work for your practice, please click here.