Brian Dyer discusses how he currently operates multiple multi-million-dollar award-winning businesses and helps his clients evolve the ideas they have for their company through his business coaching services.
Listen to the interview on the Business Innovators Radio Network:
Brian explained that: “Our team of CEOs and CFOs have lived in the trenches of managing a business to success and through the challenges you are likely facing today. With CEO and CFO consulting, you benefit from providing your small or medium-sized business with the expertise of a qualified CEO or CFO at a fraction of the cost of hiring a full-time employee for these executive positions.
Sometimes we all just need to have a sounding board and process for holding ourselves accountable. There is always a better way, and we can help find them. Let’s discuss your specific situation and goals and make your vision a reality.”
James Burnham, Leadership and Change Management Consultant, Performance Mindset Coach, and Podcast Host, says: “Brian performs at a very high level. He has led and transitioned a business that was failing into one that is super successful. If you are in a place where you are trying to start a business, or you’re trying to pivot into a new space within your business that’s struggling, you should speak with Brian.”
Cedro Toro, Director, Utah Manufacturers Association, says: “Part of the reason Brian’s companies have been selected as the best in the state is because of their fearless innovation.”
In his book “The Business Beast,” Brian talks about letting go of the fear of failure and working efficiently to achieve your goals and live the life of success you have always wanted.
About Brian Dyer
Brian Dyer is an owner and operator of multiple multi-million-dollar award-winning businesses and a full-time dad to three wild and beautiful children.
He strives to help people bring out the absolute best in themselves while silencing their too-loud inner voices that squander their potential. He believes every person can devour dissatisfaction and exceed the limits of their current capacity. When not leading his tribe, optimizing bottlenecks, and taking relentless action to grow his various companies, Brian can be found making eggs and oatmeal for his kids in his Utah home.
Learn more: https://www.dyerwork.com/