Few of us started in business so we could work long hours and miss out on having a personal life or a family life – yet often that’s what we do.
Jon likes helping business owners and especially owners of trades businesses. Life can be a bit frustrating when you run a business and a trade business can be even more so. If you’re a tradie and you’ve got successful then you probably feel like your life is not your own, that you are always making sure everyone else is OK before you and you never get everything done. You probably work too many hours each week and take your work home with you and you probably don’t make as much money as you should. Jon reckons this stuff is fixable and that you can fix it by making some fairly simple changes to the way you do things. He should know, he’s been helping people do it for a long time and he’s seen the same changes work time after time.
In fact, he runs a free monthly webinar to help explain the process further of moving your business from manual to scalable.
He lives in Byron Bay because he likes it and he doesn’t surf because he says it’s too hard but he likes beer and food very much indeed. He’s written for various magazines and newspapers in his time. Mostly because they think he must know something if he’s survived this long. His children disagree. Publications include: Sydney Morning Herald, Money Magazine, MPA Magazine, News.com.au, Evancharmichael.com, Risk Management Magazine, and he writes the Tradies Toolbox Blog, right here on the website
Read what some of Jon’s customers have to say about him and their experience with business coaching.