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Business Coaching

What is the Difference Between Small Business Coaching and Small Business Consulting?

A small business coach’s primary focus is amplifying what is already working. They provide you an accountability partner to help push you past whatever limiting belief is keeping you from taking your business to the next level.

A small business consultant’s primary focus is a more hands-on approach. It is designed to diagnose and fix the root causes of major issues within the business.

Some people focus strictly on coaching, while others focus on consulting. The best small business coaches can function as both.

Who Can Benefit from Executive Coaching?


If you’re looking for an expert who knows people, relationships, organizations, and behavioral change, then having an executive coach can help.

If you’re an executive who is struggling to learn how to manage yourself best and engage others in your company’s mission, then you’re a prime candidate to reap the rewards of executive coaching.

Whether you are:

  • A chief executive officer struggling to work with your board or chairperson

  • A regional vice president scaling up to global responsibility

  • A technical expert who resists teamwork, working with only your idea


Then, leadership training and business coaching with RDC LLC., can break barriers and take your career to new heights.

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Business Plans

What is the purpose of a Business Plan?

The purpose of a Business Plan is to identify, describe and analyze a business opportunity and/or a business already underway, examining its technical, economic, and financial feasibility.

  1. New Business

  2. Modification

  3. Business Proposal

  4. Business Budget

Business Consulting

  1. Business Development ( Coaching, assessment)

  2. Leadership Training/Seminars

  3. Business Formation and Incorporation

           * For Profit (LLC, Sole Proprietor,  DBA, and more)

           * Non-Profit (501c3)



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