No matter how successful you are and how much of a difference you’re making, if your business needs more of your time and energy in order to scale its impact, you do not have a sustainable business model.
If you could have more freedom and time, what would you do to maximize impact? Coach your kid’s team? Meet with a key customer? Take a star employee to lunch? Go camping with your grand-kids? Invent your next world-changing product?
When your executive team agrees on and is accountable for the highest priorities, growth and impact continues with dramatically fewer day-to-day hours from each executive, freeing you for these kinds of actions that really make a difference in the business and your community.
How can you have this impact, freedom and time? Talk with Ted Sarvata. Ted’s experience leading and guiding groups for 30 years allows him to ask impactful questions, give practical and realistic advice and provide powerful tools that make a difference right away while providing a step by step path for the future. Ted makes the complicated simple, allowing you and your team to focus on what really matters, both inside and outside the business. Ted takes great pride in seeing companies, families, and communities thrive as a result of this transformational work.
Ted grew up in Franklin, Michigan, earned an electrical engineering degree from Princeton and now lives in the Portland, Oregon metro area with his spouse and two children.
“Thanks for an amazing day today. Your honesty, care, smarts and tenacity are pushing me and this company to a new level. This next quarter is going to be one for the history books. More than anything, I want to make it a priority to enjoy it and take time to enjoy working with such a terrific group. Thank you!!”
Owner and Founder
Salt & Straw
“Ted has been terrific for us to work with. He is a creative problem-solver who I trust to ask the hard questions and work with to answer thoughtfully and truthfully. When we work with Ted, we always outline goals and he keeps us on track. I value his contribution to my management team.”
President / Partner