We know exactly how you feel. All of us have been there. Some of us more than once. So we know what it takes to pick up the phone and ask for help. We can’t make that first call any easier. But we can tell you that we’ve been picking up the phone for people like you for nearly 40 years. From professional service business to tech companies to niche businesses you didn’t know existed.
We believe that normal people can do extraordinary things. That there’s a true business leader in you waiting to emerge. And that you don’t have to be the next Steve Jobs. You just have to be you. That’s hard enough. We don’t have all the answers for how to get there. But what we’re great at—what makes EMyth different—is we know how to ask the right questions. With a ton of heart, but without pulling punches, because we know that kind of help is the kind that works.
If you walked around our offices, you’d see a group of people all with completely different skills and personalities, all asking the same questions. “How can we do it better?” Asking their manager “How can I do it better?” “How can we make our clients’ experience more personal?” “What’s really in the way of reaching this goal we have over here?” All of them leading in their own way, making EMyth better than it was yesterday. We laugh a lot. We celebrate our victories. We’re in pain when one client has one bad experience. You know, just like you.
Our Owner & Board Chair
Since joining EMyth in 1982 as an entry-level salesperson, I’ve been committed to developing The EMyth Way. This integration of systems and people in a business, what we call “the balance between structure and substance”, is the key to creating the freedom most small business owners seek but rarely find. Systems leverage people to produce exceptional results and people become joyfully engaged when they’re encouraged to bring the best of themselves to making those systems work. In 1999, this perspective made it possible for me to retire as EMyth’s President at 46 years old. While I was involved in day-to-day operations, I led the company through periods of enormous growth and worked with Michael Gerber—EMyth’s founder and co-owner—as his collaborator, editor, and publishing agent on several of his best-selling books, including The E-Myth Revisited. In the years since, I’ve served as EMyth’s Board Chair, trained and mentored our staff, and written about two of my favorite subjects: sales process development and women in leadership.
Our Leadership Team
From a variety of professional and personal backgrounds, we’re united by a vision that dissolves the split between work and life. We each have our own stories of success and heartache in business, and we bring those with us every day. Our passion is to help people change how they feel and think about their business. Our goal is that each business we have the privilege of working with is made palpably better according to the values of the people who own it and work there. Our dream is that the growing community of EMyth’d businesses becomes a force for change in the U.S. and global economy. Our approach to that dream is one business owner at a time. Our commitment is to always be working on ourselves, so that we’re never teaching something we haven’t first embodied.
What Matters Is How
As the saying goes, talk is cheap and our industry is literally full of it. We don’t know about you, but we find it pretty boring. And what really makes us mad is people who give out advice but don’t live it. Our mission is to not be that. We’re here to show you—step-by-step—through the specific changes we know work. And we think you deserve to see how we EMyth our business, so we’ll show you. From our greatest successes to our most embarrassing failures. Not for show, but to help you discover that you don’t have to be perfect to have a great business. In fact, it’s just the opposite.
What Does Remarkable Mean To You?
You didn’t go into this to build a mediocre business. You did it to create something great—something meaningful to you—something remarkable. And what that means to you is different than to someone else. For you, maybe it means being able to express an idea that was burning inside you, or creating a business you could pass on to your kids, or one of ten other reasons. That’s what makes you a small business owner.
See If Our Approach Works For You
EMyth isn’t for everyone. It’s for people who want to build something special and are willing to step out of their comfort zone to get there. Because when you do things you didn’t dare do before, you get results you can’t imagine.
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As you can imagine, this is a unique place to work. As a company that stands for some big ideas and sets a high bar for what we mean by self-responsibility, caring and ownership - we are looking for a certain kind of person to work here. Of course you need to meet the skill requirements for the position, but it's more about who you are than what you do. We look at your resume as the start of a conversation about who you are, what you want out of your career here, and how open you are to evolving. Oh, and we have a lot of fun.
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