Growing a Service Business Through Easy Wins and Continuous Improvement

When I start working with a new client, I quickly see “low-hanging fruit” growth opportunities. 

We all have our blind spots. That’s why you can only see them once you look at your business from a different perspective. No matter how mature the business is, there are always at least a few opportunities. In client acquisition, retention. Or organic growth.

These are the ones we start with because, usually, they are simple to implement and create fast results for my clients. Just like the one I told you about Wednesday – a new and very simple business growth opportunity for my new client G. 

Then, it’s time to move on to Continuous Improvement. 

It’s more like farming. Going through every key aspect of your business to find opportunities. From business development through client journey and service delivery to back office operations. Adopting a methodical approach to continuous improvement can grow your revenue without expanding your business capacity through significant investments or adding hours to your days. 

That is what my client Andrew’s experience was like. 

He has a private brick-and-mortar practice. Without adding days of visits to patients or hiring another doctor, his revenue grew 30-40% and became the new norm.

At the same time, he built so much more demand that he is ready to expand the clinic’s capacity to accommodate it, without working more himself. 

The power of the 6-month coaching package lies in identifying and implementing the low-hanging fruit first and then identifying smaller opportunities to keep the momentum of growth going. While preparing the business structure to take on all the clients while maintaining the high quality of their experience with you. 

I’m there with you, step by step. Helping you implement, tweak, and refine.

Explore how your business can start scaling today. Schedule a sales consultation with me HERE and find out the three key areas that will generate the fastest results simply.

In Diamond Effect Podcast Episode #120 – Andrew shares concrete examples and tips of how we explore how Continuous Improvement can help any business grow.

EP # 120 of the Diamond Effect Podcast – Business Growth through Continuous Improvement with Andrew Springer


In this podcast episode, I interview one of my clients, dr Andrew Springer, a chiropodist and the owner of the Foot Advantage clinic in Oshawa, Ontario, Canada.  In the conversation, we explore how Continuous Improvement can help established businesses grow.

Continuous Improvement Journey
My guest shared their experience of getting help from a business coach and the secrets to successful implementation. We address the common struggle of having great ideas but failing to implement them.

We also discuss the challenge of getting staff members to embrace and support the implemented improvements. Andrew shares his strategies and techniques for managing change within a team, emphasizing the importance of collective buy-in.

Overcoming Resistance to Marketing Videos
The conversation shifts to the resistance, particularly among those over 40, to create marketing videos and engage in social media.

My guest shares their personal journey in overcoming this resistance and offers valuable insights for those facing a similar hurdle.

Tangible Positive Results
We conclude by exploring the tangible positive outcomes resulting from implementing the improvements.

Andrew provides real-world examples of how their business has flourished thanks to the changes made.

This episode offers a comprehensive look into the benefits of business coaching, as well as the intricacies and power of continuous improvement, making it a must-listen for business owners seeking to elevate their enterprises.

How to connect with dr Andrew Springer:
website: https://thefootadvantage.com/
FB: https://www.facebook.com/ThefootadvantageTFA
IG: https://www.instagram.com/thefootadvantage/
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-foot-advantage/about/

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