Strategic Planning

Strategic Planning

Planning your future success is important, because the plan and the established metrics serve as guideline for all your actions until you reach that goal. In theory this sounds simple and easy, but in practice many often run out of patience and abandon their projects.

How long your patience and motivation lasts, often depends on how you plan for success. Luckily, there are a number of strategies that can increase your odds. How do you plan for success and how do you stay on track?

How I Can Help

By the time I was 25 years old, I had reached all my life goals. Not because I was lucky and certainly not because someone made it easy for me. It took me 8 years from the initial idea to reaching these goals and throughout these 8 years, I prioritized strictly and evaluated every decision based on its possible implication on my goals.

Over the years, I have done the same for clients, employers, friends, family, and colleagues. I can do it again – for you!

Let me help you by planning out your roadmap to success and establishing the metrics that will keep you on track.


Analyze your current situation

Having a clear understanding of your current situation is an essential part of strategic planning. It allows you to build on your already established framework.


Define your objectives

Clearly defined objectives allow you to measure progress and intervene if the project starts to deviate from its outlined path.

Action Plan

Create an action plan

Breaking your objectives down into action steps allows you to establish accountability, determine deadlines for the individual tasks, and keep the project on track.

Services I Offer

Analyze your current situation

We will

explore your current situation,

to know what frame work is in place to build on.

analyze your current marketing efforts,

to see what improvements might be necessary.

analyze your pricing

and compare it with the perception of your product’s or service’s value.

test and analyze your customer service,

to determine if changes are needed to enhance your customers’ perception of your brand.

Define your objectives

We will

explore where you would like to be in 2 years from now,

to work backwards and establish an action plan.

analyze if your future goal is realistic,

based on budgetary constraints, time restrictions, and staff limitations.

map your objectives out as SMART goals,

to ensure that their implementation can be monitored to keep you on track.

Create an action plan

We will

work out a time frame for achieving your goals,

so we can set realistic deadlines for each activity.

assign all task to individual employees,

to ensure that your employees understand their role in accomplishing the goal.

work out a communication plan,

to keep all employees in the know about the status of the project.


Get a detailed roadmap that will guide you to success.

Analysis of Current Situation

Step 1 / Current State
  • Analysis of business framework 
  • Analysis of current marketing efforts 
  • Analysis of pricing model 
  • Analysis of customer service 
  • Analytical Report with valuable recommendations

Defining of Objectives

Step 2 / Future State
  • Identification of business direction
  • Analysis of business goals
  • Break-down of goals into SMART objectives
  • Identification of appropriate metrics to measure progress and success 
  • Mapping out steps to achieve SMART goals

Action Plan

Step 3 / Road Map
  • Establishing a time frame for goal completion 
  • Assigning tasks to individual employees and team members
  • Establishing and distributing a communication plan to keep all stakeholders informed 
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