You are blind to the things you can’t see.

It’s advice I’ve heard from every successful entrepreneur I’ve ever worked with, and the reason why Born Fitness receives a company audit each year. The feedback, observations, and criticisms help us become bigger, better, and more effective.

Do unto others what you would do to yourself.

That’s why company audits have been at the core of our business for the last 5 years. It’s the fastest and most effective way to instantly upgrade your business approach, find areas where you can improve, and bring fresh thoughts into your business in a non-threatening manner.

When your focus is running a business, building customer relationships, and developing your next marketing strategy, oftentimes it’s hard to see where you can grow, how you can improve, and what can be done—both now and in the future.

A company audit solves all of these issues and provides a concentrated dose of focus, honesty, and planning that prevents you from becoming stagnant or making any terrible oversights that could harm your business.

When you sign up for an audit, you receive:

  • Two, 60-minute consulting calls (one to assess the business, and one to review the findings and suggestions)
  • An overview of company performance, efficiency’s, and weaknesses
  • Insight into the competitive set
  •  An improved plan (with customized KPI’s and steps-to-achievement) designed to help you reach and surpass your primary goals (as outlined in the initial call)

Everything is personalized and catered to your needs, depending on the information obtained and goals established during the initial consultation. [If more information is needed, it will be gathered following the call; see more details below on the timeline.]

You always play to your strengths, but that will only take you so far.

In order to grow bigger and better, you also need to build up your weaknesses.

How it works

Timeline: 4 weeks

Week 1: Initial consulting call, identification of goals, and access to all necessary information

Weeks 2 and 3: Review of information and customization of plans

Week 4: Follow up call and review; hands-on assistance to begin improvement plan

This is not about telling you what you’re doing wrong. It’s about finding ways that can help you do so much more right.