Discover How Tom Schwab Of Interview Valet Is Experiencing Business Freedom!
FROM: Scott Beebe
DATE: April 26, 2017
The Ultimate Group Coaching Experience To Hold You Accountable To Working ON Your Business So You Can Stop Working IN Your Business!
Course Overview 
STOP saying things like...

"It'll be easier if I just do it myself" or... 

"I feel like I am always putting out fires."

You want to silence the CHAOS in your business and replace it with freedom, but the reality is that your business is owning you...

It's time to start OWNING YOUR BUSINESS!

The Four Steps To Business Freedom group coaching program is a 6 month group coaching program where Small Business Owners are guided step-by-step through the process of creating the systems and processes in their firm that allows them to scale and provides more time, freedom, flexibility and wealth.

The Four Steps To Business Freedom is the Small Business Owners Blueprint. Each week, each attendee will be supported, encouraged, and held accountable to their progress for each deliverable.

Bill Gates said, "everyone needs a coach."

That means YOU!

The Four Steps To Business Freedom group coaching program will be your coach for six months helping you navigate the CHAOS and building a business that will make time for what matters most. 
Business Coach Aaron Walker
"I rarely give this type of endorsement to anyone...I have found a gem in Scott Beebe"
Month 0
 Week 0: Understanding The “Why” And Background Of Each Member
 In preparation for a diligent series of virtual coaching classes, each Business Owner completes a series of insightful feedback and preparation forms to allow the Coach an opportunity to understand the “Why” behind each attendee’s participation. The homework includes…

-A DISC personality assessment for each attendee
-Client Welcome Form and Expectations
-Client Welcome Packet
-Client Business Information
- Technological Overview
               -Google Drive
Month One

Week 1: Creating The Vision Story For Your Small Business (Your Destination)

Yogi Berra said, “If you don’t know where you’re going, you’ll end up somewhere else.” Each attendee begins a compelling journey through designing a hand-crafted Vision story which lays out in detail exactly where the attendee would like their business to go in the next 5-10 years.
-Members will understand how small business vision should relate to personal and family life.
-Members will integrate an understanding of the product/services they provide as business owners into the business vision.
-Members will discover the 7 categories that should/can be considered when crafting a small business vision.
Week 2: Capturing Your Vision In A Mission Statement (Your Motto)
The mission statement functions as a “Vision story in miniature”. Required to be less than 15 words, it serves as a powerful and regular reminder of what gets each member and their team out of bed in the morning to share their gift with the world. Members will learn…

-The difference between a Vision Story and a Mission Statement
-What keywords to use when developing your Mission Statement
-How to incorporate powerful synonyms in order to make your Mission Statement not sound like a cliche
-How to embed their Mission Statement into the culture of their business 
Week 3: Developing Your Unique Core Values

Businesses are notorious for having the same set of core values that guide them, except for most firms, these common core values have become cliche. During this week of the Four Steps To Business Freedom, attendees will learn…

-How Unique Core Values are different from Standard Core Values
-How to reduce the Vision Story and Mission Statement down to a series of keywords that then fuel the Unique Core Values
-How to drill down on the first round of keywords through a synonym approach that brings out the richness of each word
-How to develop a final list of 3-5 Unique Core Values that will be defined and serve as a bedrock for all future decision making
Week 4: Merging Your Final Vision Story, Mission Statement, and Unique Core Value
After the hard work is done of building these three building blocks of organizational health, we take one week to look at how they will all integrate with each other. Each attendee will…

-Learn how they will begin to implement their newly articulated Vision, Mission, and Values
-Learn the one key factor of embedding the Vision, Mission, and Values into the culture of their firm
-Define their Unique Core Values 
Month 3
Week 5: Creating The Essential Roadmaps For Long Term Organizational Health (Part 1)
The end of Month One is where many organizational leaders stop. They celebrate the success of clarifying their Vision, Mission, and Values, and stop short of the hard work needed for ongoing implementation. Members will begin building two essential roadmaps for Vision, Mission, and Value implementation…

-Implementation Roadmap: Determining the times, platforms, and frequency in communicating their Vision, Mission, and Values with
               -Other Stakeholders
-Systems Roadmap: Determining the exact number of business systems
(typically 3-6) present in their existing business, and then ranking those systems according to…
               -Current Health
               -Future Priority 

Week 6: Creating The Essential Roadmaps For Long Term Organizational Health (Part 2)
Delegation is the secret weapon of successful business owners when done right. Delegation without proper training and monitoring is abdication. In Week 6, we set up firm owners for a long term bill of health by…

-Identifying all current elements/tasks of the owner's existing role
-Ranking those elements/tasks according to…
               -What gives the business owner energy
               -What things do they have the freedom to delegate, and which do they not
-Creating a systematic list of things to delegate by defining what to  delegate, to whom, how to train, how to monitor, and when to implement 
Month 4
Week 7: Vision Based Organizational Infrastructure (Part 1)...
The Organizational Chart 2.0
Business owners will begin visualizing the big picture of their business through the filter of the Vision, Mission, and Values when they put diagrammatic pen to paper during this powerful and enlightening session as they…

-Review their Vision, Mission, and Values
-Draw out their Organizational Chart 2.0 based on their Vision, Mission, and Values
-Begin linking roles to real time Job Description placeholders within Google Drive 
Week 8: Vision Based Organizational Infrastructure (Part 2)...
Design Key Job Roles
Business owners often tell us their greatest frustration revolves around the employees they hire. When we discuss further we find that more typical than not, both owners and employees are frustrated due to a miscommunication of expectations. During this session attendees will…

-Finally begin drafting clarity around the specific key job roles that were articulated in the organizational chart 2.0
-Embed the mission in the values within each job role for continuity and training
-Leveraged these clear job roles as an outlet for their own delegation roadmap, and to identify specific processes that need to be drawn out 
Month 5
Week 9: Vision Based Organizational Infrastructure (Part 3)...
Begin Leveraging Objective Profiling
World renowned author Jim Collins alluded to the need for businesses of all kinds to "get the right people on the bus, get the wrong people off of the bus, and get the right people into the right seats". As each member has articulated their organizational chart 2.0, and have begun to draft their key job roles, there arises a need for objective profiling and regular accountability for employees and owners. During this week nine session, members will…

-Review their own DISC objective personality profiles
-Take an honest evaluation of where current employees are placed relative to the new vision based organizational chart 2.0, and job roles
-Set the foundation for drafting out the one key element every business should have to make sure employees are well-trained 
Week 10: Vision Based Organizational Infrastructure (Part 4)...
Finally, Team Meetings That Work!
The drudgery of the weekly team meeting has spawned full scale research projects from Harvard Business Review about the lack of productivity surrounding team meetings. During this phase of the Four Steps To Business Freedom, we destroy the common reality about team meetings, and instead begin to build team meetings that work! During this session members will…

-Build out a replicable team meeting agenda that works
-Design three priority meetings of every organization
-Leverage the team meeting as an avenue for embedding
               -Vision, Mission, and Values
               -Motivation and Encouragement
               -Accountability to long and near term projects
               -Process building
               -Predictable communication 

Month 6
Week 11: Vision Based Organizational Infrastructure (Part 5)...
Tying It All Together With Accountability That Works
Follow through wins almost every time. Much of our time in business is wasted in coming up with tasks or ideas that need to be implemented, and then haphazardly asking someone else to do them, or worse, volunteering ourselves and then forgetting. This week members will create a simple process of accountability both for themselves and their team by...

-Creating and reinforcing the Team Meeting Map
-Building the powerful Action Items Sheet
-Embedding a quick link to the Action Item Sheet on their computer/phone/tablet
-Learning how to teach their employees to embed it for regular review 
Week 12: Process & Implementation (Part 1)...
Creating Your Master Process

Every business is made up of a series of systems, and each system has a lists of processes whether defined or not. Businesses that articulate the processes, train for them, and then monitor regularly are the businesses that win! This week members will…

-Create their Master Written Process
-Create their Master Video Tutorial Process
-Create the workflow for the distribution of all processes 
Key Processes To Implement In Any Business
Across business there are hand-crafted items that Owners must spend time and sweat building, this week we provide some of the most common processes that owners can begin replicating in their own firm. Then we tie it all together and LAUNCH the attendees out to build the FREEDOM that they have been working towards. We will…

-Walk through common and difficult processes
               -Incentive Compensation
               -Fiscal Monitoring
               -Employee Reviews
               -Tough Conversation Framework
-Starting at the weekly meeting, we show how every piece of the Four Steps To Business Freedom fits together, and send the attendees out ready to go build FREEDOM!