growth without the stress, drama, or burnout


Your company is growing!

And it has the real potential of providing you with the fun, freedom, finances, and future you started or joined the business for in the first place.


It’s complicated.

But you’re not having fun because with growth comes complications. You spend too much of your time putting out fires. Symptoms include stress, drama, burnout, and less-than-desired results anywhere in the business.

We can fix that.


It’s simple.

It’s why I created balance.

I show you how to re-simplify your business with the Success is Simple™ program. We retool how your organization runs at scale while preserving the secret sauce, the fun, etc.

Recent In Your Corner Posts

In Your Corner are short, light, and useful insights to help keep your growing company growing the way you want it to grow. Subscribe here. These are some of the recent ones:

  • The Fear (and Joy) of Starting with the Problem

    The Fear (and Joy) of Starting with the Problem

    Sometimes we have a visceral reaction against starting with a problem. But there is great joy in problems when we look at them in a better way.


  • We are the Antidote

    We are the Antidote

    There are all sorts of reasons to be pessimistic about our world. And the problems are real: economic turmoil, competition, rising costs…


  • When in Doubt, Zoom Out

    When in Doubt, Zoom Out

    Every problem is solvable. And we can be the solution-finding leaders our companies (and world) need. But we don’t believe this. So, zoom out, dear leader.


  • Gruesome


    They say that execution eats strategy for breakfast. But emotional intelligence devours execution while it sleeps. Ew. But hmm.


  • Choose Wisely, Leader

    Choose Wisely, Leader

    Everywhere we look, there are tumultuous events on the surface and a calmer, wiser, stronger force sitting quietly behind the hoopla. We…


  • Stop Trying to Measure Up

    Stop Trying to Measure Up

    Most of us struggle to measure up. It can be subtle but not hard to see when we look. We want to…