Does "stress-free business growth" sound too good to be true?
If you’re like most of us, you may have found yourself…
Avoiding tough decisions.
Losing yourself in details as a way to procrastinate.
Feeling hesitant to cold call more prospects or write marketing emails.
Glossing over your company financials (after all, if we don’t pay attention to them, they can’t be that bad!).
Growing your business isn’t easy — but it doesn’t have to be a slog.
Running your business with ease is a good indicator that you’re on the right track:
When we recognize the challenges we have to overcome, many of us try to push our way forward, willing ourselves to change. While that can work, it takes a lot of effort!
Instead, we can invite ourselves to acknowledge and understand the parts of us that work against our success.
In your free coaching session, we’ll do that and more:
IF YOU’RE READY TO BREAK THROUGH YOUR BARRIERS, SCHEDULE YOUR FREE COACHING SESSION TODAY.
*THIS SESSION IS NORMALLY $197, BUT I'M MAKING IT AVAILABLE FOR FREE TO THE NEXT 10 PEOPLE ONLY! I ONLY HAVE 10 SPACES OPEN FOR THESE SESSIONS ALL MONTH, AND ONCE THEY ARE GONE, THEY'RE GONE
WHO iS CHRIS CLEARFIELD?
Back in 2008, as a young derivatives trader, I had a front-row seat to the Global financial crisis.
The small, nimble trading firm I worked at did quite well, but the amount of damage that big, prestigious banks did to the economy shocked me.
In 2010, when Deepwater Horizon exploded and gushed oil into the Gulf, I realized that how and why complex systems fail was one of the central questions of the modern world.
Why do some organizations build teams that thrive in complex and uncertain environments—while others struggle, grind to a halt, or even fail catastrophically?
I dug into this research with my friend, Andras Tilcsik, and we co-wrote the book Meltdown in 2018.
The success of that book has led to a whole new field of work: helping business leaders and teams navigate this complex and uncertain world we live in.
I use my analytical skills and systems thinking to understand the “rules of the game” — how people and teams change and adapt to make huge leaps in their productivity, happiness, and impact.
I love the complexity and messiness of people and organizations — and like a LEGO master builder, I’ve got a sense of the pieces that need to come together to make transformative change.
I’ve worked with firms of all sizes, from small startups to the biggest companies in the Fortune 500.
I’m also a flight instructor — I teach people how to fly small airplanes.
WHO I WORK WITH
I work with owners and professionals who are ready to undertake radical change — for themselves or their teams. They have an open mind and they’re willing to experiment and question the conventional wisdom. They’re committed to embracing curiosity and recognizing that problems worth solving don’t have an easy answer.
They’re willing to take risks—because they know that if the path were easy, they’d already be where they wanted to.
• CEO’s, Company Presidents, and Executives
• Independent Business Owners
• Practice owners—legal, medical, professional—and managers
Whether you run a ten person business or are responsible for a company with 80,000 people, the path to excellence is remarkably similar: creating teams that learn.
WHAT ARE OTHERS SAYING?
Chris is a masterful listener and coach. He gets straight to the heart of what I'm trying to say and helps me sort through my thoughts. I come away from our conversations about my small business feeling confident and clear. He's supported me in raising my rates and shifting my entire business model to something that feels deeply my own. I feel like I finally understand how to work efficiently doing the work that I'm excited to do, and getting better results.
—Massage Therapy Business Owner
I wanted to extend a sincere thank you for the incredible session on Tuesday. It was just what we needed.
— A manager at a large bank
I have had wonderful feedback from the team regarding how impactful the session was with you. Thank you for spending time with us!
— Head of People and Culture
Copyright 2020, Chris Clearfield