Whether you are selling mobile phones to the world or selling your harvest to a local grain distributer, most business owners experience the same concerns and challenges as they pass through the varying levels of development.
We refer to these phases as the Business Maturity Cycle. Some businesses work through all the levels quickly and are sold off for a profit. Some grow very slowly and stay in the early stages of development for a variety of reasons, despite the owner’s efforts to grow.
We’ve broken the Business Maturity Cycle of ownership down into four phases:
LEVEL 1 – WORKER ENTREPRENEUR
LEVEL 2 – BUSINESS LEADER
LEVEL 3 – EXECUTIVE
LEVEL 4 – INVESTOR
Take the business maturity index survey to discover for yourself. This is a simple, 22 question survey based on common traits of companies at various stages of the business maturity index. Based on your answers, we’ll share some insights with you on common concerns our clients experience in each of these cycles.