Accelerate growth and close your value gap.

Join 70,000+ business owners and get your score on all 8 drivers of company value, and the exact steps to take to get 71% more from a buyer when you 10 years or just 2.

Accelerating value, confidently.

A 20% lift in value in just 8 months isn't a pitch line, it's the tangible outcome that occurs when business owners execute our A4 Method.  It's so reliable, we guarantee the results.

  • Diagnose what may be holding you back from creating a company that can fully thrive without you.

  • Get your current estimate of value, enabling you to focus today on what will be important down the road.

  • Identify hidden things that may quietly drag down the value of your business so you can eliminate them before they become a problem.

  • Pinpoint the part of your business that drives value so you can invest resources in areas most likely to help you hit your financial goals for the future.

What we'll do together


Just the facts

Provide the basic details of your current situation and barriers to growth you're experiencing. 


Share Goals

Discuss long-term goals for your business and exit. We'll share how other companies like yours are scaling successfully and driving value.

Get Score

We'll invite you to get your baseline estimate and score on the 8 drivers so you can close the gap before it's too late.

In a study of 23,158 companies, we found 40% of business owners have one thing in common: They are Rainmakers – the primary revenue driver for their company.

Rainmakers are exceptional at rapidly accelerating business growth, but they eventually hit a ceiling.

Revenue stagnates and business value plateaus, forcing owners to confront the Rainmaker’s Dilemma.

The solution? Become an Architect.


In this eBook you will learn:

  • The defining characteristics of a Rainmaker
  • The one problem Rainmakers will encounter
  • Quantitative evidence on how Rainmakers affect company value
  • The negative impact Rainmakers have on receiving an acquisition offer
  • 9 strategies to transition from a Rainmaker to an Architect