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More Profitability, Predictable Growth, Value and Work/Life Balance.

Over 80% of Small to Mid-sized companies Never Realize their Full Potential.

BizResults.com has discovered that the power of proven systems coupled with simple, practical tools and disciplines  Will Deliver Maximum Results in Any Business/Any Industry and We Guarantee It!

The Entrepreneurial Operating System® or EOS®, is a proven system being used by over 7,000 companies, internationally, to align and synchronize all of the moving parts of their businesses.  Our certified, professional EOS®  implementation team will provide the experience and resources necessary for your business to achieve Next Level Growth in any industry.

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The Alternative Board (TAB) is helping thousands of forward-thinking business owners take their businesses to the next level. TAB members see their businesses grow 2X the national average by leveraging the experience and knowledge of the TAB business owner advisory boards, executive coaching sessions and through the use of TAB’s proprietary strategic services.

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Rick Cottrell – CEO – Professional EOS® Implementer

Why do business with Rick Cottrell and BizResults.com?  The simple answer – we have been there and done that.  There is an extremely high probability that we have been where you are and where you want to go as an entrepreneurial business owner and leader.

Rick is not a “pretender”, he is a true entrepreneur that has experienced the elated highs of business success and the lonely lows of business failure.

His experience and accomplishments include:

  • Owner of over 12 Cross Industry Businesses and counting
  • Developed the Original SalesForce.com
  • Internationally Recognized for his Pioneering Research in Customer Relationship Management
  • Developer of the Business Intelligence (BI) Platform – BizScan®
  • Developer of the RP/RS® Job Benchmarking System
  • Certified in all TTI/SI Behavioral Sciences
  • 30 Year Tenure with the Sandler Institute Presidents Club
  • Served on the Board for Purdue School of Consumer Sciences
  • Highlighted in the Wall Street Journal, Harvard Business Review, CEO Magazine for his work with Predictive Business Analytics and Scorecard Metrics
  • He has spoken internationally to audiences in the thousands on Business Acceleration, Sales and Marketing Innovation and the Future of the Customer Experience.

Rick’s experience has spanned the globe where his companies have helped organizations like Apple, Marriott, Avis, USAA, Nike, Purina, GM, NASCAR, Michelin, Kraft, Sandoz, McDonald’s and Shell Oil, to name a few.

His latest venture, St. Louis based BizResults.com, was created to help small to medium sized companies realize their significant untapped potential.

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Stay One Step Ahead of the Competition for Continued Growth

By | Small Business Competition

New business owners sometimes operate in fear of the competition without really knowing anything about their competitors. To remain competitive, the first thing you need to do as a business owner is to study and learn from your business competition. Before you can do that, however, you need to identify your top competitors. How to Identify the Competition Whether you work as a solo entrepreneur or operate a large organization,…

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How to Avoid and Resolve Conflict with Your Business Partner

How to Avoid and Resolve Conflict with Your Business Partner

By | Small Business Operations

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Follow These Tips to Reduce Small Business Expenses

Follow These Tips to Reduce Small Business Expenses

By | Small Business Operations

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7 Tips to Help Your Small Business Stay Competitive Against Big Retailers

7 Tips to Help Your Small Business Stay Competitive Against Big Retailers

By | Small Business Growth, Small Business Sales

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Best Practices for Splitting Profits in a Small Business Partnership

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By | Entrepreneurship, Small Business Operations

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How The Latest Trends in Payment Methods Can Impact your Bottom Line

How The Latest Trends in Payment Methods Can Impact your Bottom Line

By | Small Business Operations

If you’re a small business owner who doesn’t pay attention to trends in payment methods, now is the time to start. With technology making new payment methods available to small businesses all the time, customers have come to have certain expectations. Your small business may lose customers to the competition if you cannot provide at least the same options. Preferably, you want to offer customers even more payment choices than…

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Meet Important Tax Deadlines to Avoid Unnecessary Fees and Penalties

Meet Important Tax Deadlines to Avoid Unnecessary Fees and Penalties

By | Business Planning, Small Business Operations

Paying your taxes once a year by April 15 is fine, when you work for someone else. However, this date is just one of many tax deadlines you must meet when you own a business. The types of taxes that the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and your state government expects you to pay depends on the way you have structured your business. One example is whether you have official employees…

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Avoid These Red Flags That Can Trigger an IRS Audit

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By | Business Planning, Entrepreneurship, Small Business Operations

As a small business owner, you have enough on your plate already without worrying about how to defend yourself should the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) decide to audit your return. When the IRS audits someone, whether an individual taxpayer or a business owner, that person bears the burden of proof for whatever the IRS is questioning. The best way to avoid this situation entirely is not to take any actions…

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Profit Hides Lots of Mistakes

By | Business Planning, Entrepreneurship, Small Business Growth

As business owners become content and satisfied, they become less motivated to maintain optimal health in their organizations.  In fact, our research shows that over 80 percent of businesses suffer from this condition, and it is costing them significant profitability and cash flow opportunities. Read more about this phenomenon in my article on Missouri Business here.    

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