When revenue is off and the pressure is on.

Every decision feels like a risky bet.

frustrated business leader who can't increase revenue
no clear path

No Clear Path 

You've exhausted the strategies you know and need fresh eyes to accelerate growth and increase value.

risky reliances

Risky Reliances

The business is heavily dependent on one big customer, employee or supplier and if any one of them leave, you could be in real trouble.

The Owner's Trap

The Owner's Trap

You can't work forever, but business slows when you're away, customers come to you for help and revenue has plateaued. 

Volatile Revenue

Volatile Revenue

Monthly revenue doesn't include enough recurring payments to create consistency and reduce risk.

Leading Alone

Leading Alone

Your team cares, but not as much as you. The burden of carrying the load alone gets heavier everyday. 

Four big bets you shouldn't take.


Chasing Revenue

A top-line focus promises to create cash flow, but results in a never-ending cycle of increasing pressure without scalable offers and systems to fill your pipeline. This can distract you from building the valuable asset you're relying on for your future. 

Ad Hoc Advice

Asking friends and mentors for guidance can provide knowledge, but it doesn't deliver the systems or action plan you need to produce the maximum ROI possible on your largest asset -- your company.

Driving Harder

When the business was newer, it would grow in relation to your effort as the owner. That no longer works. Pushing harder may hold the ship together temporarily, but results in personal burnout and the risk of losing top performers. What got you here, won't get you there.

Employing Tactics

Chasing the latest lead generation or social media marketing 'growth hack' without strong market positioning is a sure fire way to be let down. If there are leaks in your pipeline, growth hacking will increase the water pressure, but won't plug the holes. 

A proven, data-driven method takes the guesswork out of how to grow your business.

A new approach to accelerate growth and build value

Eliminate uncertainty and get the number your need to secure your future.

In a study of 23,158 companies, we found 40% of business owners have one thing in common: They are Rainmakers – the primary revenue driver for their company.

Rainmakers are exceptional at rapidly accelerating business growth, but they eventually hit a ceiling.

Revenue stagnates and business value plateaus, forcing owners to confront the Rainmaker’s Dilemma.

The solution? Become an Architect.


In this eBook you will learn:

  • The defining characteristics of a Rainmaker
  • The one problem Rainmakers will encounter
  • Quantitative evidence on how Rainmakers affect company value
  • The negative impact Rainmakers have on receiving an acquisition offer
  • 9 strategies to transition from a Rainmaker to an Architect