How much unnecessary complexity and waste is there in your business?
Most coaching, consulting, and service-based businesses waste hundreds of hours a month and leave massive amounts of time, money, and profit on the table.
Book a waste assessment to understand where you can simplify and get more time back in your week and more profit in your business.
We assess 10 areas that have been proven to be some of the largest areas of wasted time, money, and profit in a growing coaching, consulting, or service based business.
We follow a simple 4 step process
Things kick off with you taking our proprietary digital self-assessment to evaluate where the biggest areas of waste are in your business as well as the biggest opportunities to simplify and streamline.
Interactive Live Assessment Interview
Once we receive your digital self-assessment, we schedule a 50-minute call to dig deeper into your biggest pain points and areas of waste and complexity. We also get clear on your business objectives.
We provide you with a customized report of the top areas we recommend you focus on based on your unique business objectives and biggest areas of waste and complexity. Includes actionable next step recommendations that you can choose to implement on your own or partner with Lean Out Method to implement for you.
We round out the assessment with a 50-minute call to review our recommendations and answer questions on what it would be like to partner together for implementation.
How Will a Waste Assessment Help Me?
Do I Have to Work With You to Implement the Recommendations?
How Long Before I Get My Report?
Can I Talk to Someone to Answer My Questions?
How Much Time and Profit Will I Get Back In My Business?
What is the Investment?
"As an entrepreneur and screenwriter, I’ve been doing this work for over a decade and it’s been so amazing to learn how to optimize my business and lean it out. I had absolutely no idea how complicated I made my business, how I wasn’t using certain resources effectively, how much time I was spending on activities and things that really weren’t lending themselves well to my bottom line."