One On One Business Coaching With Bruce Frame
Business Coach Melbourne, Business Coaching Melbourne
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One on One Business Coaching

One-On-One Business Owner Coaching

Every business owner has a unique vision for their business and for their lifestyle – your goals are different from someone else’s. A good coach understands that your business may not be at the same stage or level as that of others.

Therefore a Business Owner will need :

  • A tailored solution
  • Specific advice based on:
    • Where you are today
    • Where you would like to be at a specific time in the future

This is what I refer to as one-on-one Business Owner Coaching.


One-on-one coaching begins with two important aspects. They are:

Your Business Lifecycle

Like your products, your business has a lifecycle.

As a business owner coach I try to check where the business is in its lifecycle – development, growth, maturity, decline. And it’s important to remember that each business, therefore, needs to be approached differently.

We need to assess:

  • Where you are in your lifecycle now?
  • Where we should start?
  • How difficult will it be to coach you?
  • How time-consuming will it be for both if us?
  • How complex will it be to get you More Time and More Money?

With my experiences, I have helped (and have had the most success) with smaller businesses with turnovers up to about $1 million, start-ups and new franchisees.

Through my years providing business coaching to Melbourne clients, I have found the smaller business owner is:

  • More flexible
  • More willing to learn and change
  • More responsive in their decision-making

This is why I love working with Small Business Owners.

While I would not exclude working with large businesses (my largest ever client was turning $100m), my role becomes more convoluted and more about executive coaching, which can then move into group coaching or working with a board. This is simply not my preference.

Additionally, the larger a business gets, the more corporate it becomes. It leads to longer decision-making processes and slows progress for your growth as a Business Owner.

Your Industry

In evaluating where your business is at, it is important to evaluate the state of your industry:

  • Where the industry is heading
  • The state of the industry
  • Is the industry is increasing or declining
  • What chance the business has of succeeding in the future
  • And if this is low – whether we re-invent your business

If we were back in the 90’s and you manufactured typewriters, I would have advised you to look at where the industry is going and where we can take your business. And for some industries, the best advice I can offer is “Sell – or cut and run as fast as you can!”

It’s important to find out what is taking place and to take a peek into the future and adjust your strategy. You can’t save a dinosaur – but you can certainly find out what is taking its place.

If you have the Time – you can spend time assessing this.

If you have the Money – you can invest in changing direction and looking at other business strategies.

My goal is for you to have More Time and More Money. Nothing is more important.

My guarantee...


Work with me using my unique Frame-Work for business owners
and if we don't make you more money than we cost...


We'll work for free until you do.*


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