Changing Lanes consults savvy, open entrepreneurs who feel overwhelmed and time starved by the success of their business and desire to further leverage their time, resources and money. As a result of working with Changing Lanes, they will define their perfect work system which will lead to a more profitable business bringing balance, energy and joy to their life.Owning your own business or managing a small business means the pot of gold is often obscured by the day to day realities of business. Take the time to put your business on the fast road to your dreams. As your business is growing, expanding and you are just loving it! You know there are other opportunities out there. Let Changing Lanes, LLC help you identify and implement your next success.Working with our business consulting team, you and your business will experience growth with less stress. Together, we will identify your goals, strategies, vision, mission and create the plans to make it happen.

Recent Blog Posts

Making It Difficult

I was talking to an acquaintance the other day and he was telling me about a new business he was starting. He's doing custom promo kiosks for local businesses. He was telling me a bit about his process and how he goes about creating the graphics. Long story short he...

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Are You Really an Entrepreneur?

I often have thought of myself as an entrepreneur with what I do with my web design business, Liquid Mechanix Studio. But after a conversation with Linda on a project we are working on for Changing Lanes, I realized I’m not an entrepreneur. We were trying to break down and analyze different types of entrepreneurs which caused a flood of thoughts. First, entrepreneur by definition is this: one who organizes, manages, and assumes the risks of a business or enterprise. But that really isn’t what being an entrepreneur means any more. I think of an entrepreneur as some one who who organizes, manages, and assumes the risks of a business or enterprise that will change how we do business. Some one who creates a fresh idea or puts a twist on a current idea. Some one who is a game changer. With that thought, I am not an entrepreneur. So what am I then?

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Ethical Culture

Last year, JPMorgan Chase paid $15,600,000,000 (that is billion)  to settle two different charges on ethics that were part of the cause of the 2008 financial meltdown and their complacent knowledge of the Bernard Madoff scandal.  Both of these were ethical lapses and...

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