The Difference Between Receiving Advice and Implementing it

Most of us have received advice from a medical professional that we started carrying out with good intentions, but life then got in the way.

Perhaps it was a dental hygienist advising you to floss your teeth daily, or a physiotherapist providing a list of exercises to help with an injured ankle…BUT after a few weeks the enthusiasm and good intent disappears…and the end result is not quite as good as it should have been.

It’s often the same in business.

That’s where my Staying Fit & Healthy service comes into play.

If you’ve used my Check Over & Assessment  service to resolve a specific issue for your business, you can use my Staying Fit & Healthy  to carry through the implementation stage for the recommendations and advice I’ve provided.

If I’ve conducted a full Health Check to help you evaluate the software, IT systems and business processes you already have in place, I can help with a roll-out programme that introduces the changes in a manageable and cost effective way.

If you’ve used my Check Over & Assessment  service to resolve a specific issue for your business, you can use my Staying Fit & Healthy  to carry through the implementation stage for the recommendations and advice I’ve provided.

If I’ve conducted a full Health Check to help you evaluate the software, IT systems and business processes you already have in place, I can help with a roll-out programme that introduces the changes in a manageable and cost effective way.

 
If you’ve used my Making it All Better service to introduce new ways to deal with processing tasks, manage databases, deal with quotations, distribute orders, market your business, run reports, invoice customers, or any one of the wide range of areas I can assist with…the Staying Fit & Healthy service helps in two ways:
 
  • To implement the suggested solutions you’ve commissioned my advice on.
  • To provide ongoing consultation. So, when your team takes the new process forward you can contact me to discuss any updates that may be available, or review other areas of your business where automation, software, and processing “best practice” improvements can make a difference.