Exchange ideas frequently

- James Cash Penney 

SPARRING

Well, we don't want to end of in the boxing ring for every new idea we have, right?

So, if you need a sparring partner to discuss your business idea. If you want insightful feedback on some of your actions. Or you would like to share something you cannot easily discuss with your partner, boss, friend, ...

As an unbiased counterpart with rich life and business experience I will listen, challenge and champion you!

Depending on where you are, we tackle the following questions:

WITH REGARDS TO YOUR BUSINESS IDEA...

  • What  is the 'why', 'what' and 'how'?

  • What will make you more successful than others?

  • Where do you want to be in 1/3/5 years?

WITH REGARDS TO FEEDBACK ON YOUR ACTIONS...

  • Who are all the involved parties in your situation?

  • What did/did not go as per plan?

  • What would you like less or more of?

  • What do you want to achieve?

Tools used:

Lean Startup Form, Value Proposition, Business Case Form, Systemic Mapping, Resource Model, 

Reinforcement models