We business owners typically operate day to day with no thought of what’s coming 5, 10 or even 20 years down the road.  We fail to strategize about our future due to the busyness of the “Now”.

This can be a big mistake.  For business owners, big changes are coming, and are currently happening, that can make or break your business.

I’m speaking of the relationship between the boomer generation (currently running the USA), the Gen X generation after them, and the Gen Y generation after them (also called millennials).  How these different generations manage people, are managed by other people and want to work can carry huge ramifications to what you do or don’t do right now.

Our firm is highly focused on the generation that will be taking over leadership from the Boomers.  They are in the Gen X demographic born approximately between 1963 and 1981.  I’m smack in the middle of that generation, and love to serve my clients and prospective clients in the way that I love to be served.  Our Thriveal Theory of operation in our firm summarizes the four main ways we see these clients behaving.  These four points are:

1                    Business owners and individuals with an eye to the future of business, noting trends and acting on those trends today

2                    Business owners and individuals who take on the responsibility of financial management, proper operations and right strategies to succeed

3                    Business owners and individuals who embrace excellent training and learning to succeed and accomplish their business and individual goals

4                    Business owners and individuals who are poised to accept change in a global marketplace and benefit from its lessons and blessings

We see our Gen X clients embracing these values, and we want to be there for them when they call.  We want to be strategic business consultants, helping our clients look forward, learn, accept change and prosper in their world of ownership.

If you are a client, then let us know how we may serve you in this way so that we can both grow together into the future… strategically.

Thanks, Jason M. Blumer