READY TO GET OUT OF YOUR OWN WAY?
Let me show you how to grow your business exponentially (and actually have a life while doing it).
Trash your to-do list, focus on just 5 things and get more PROFIT in less time.
I'm Shauna Stewart Douglas and it is really wonderful to meet you.
I am a business consultant and I’ve been working with clients of all backgrounds and industries for over 15 years. I’ve worked with some of the world’s leading brands in retail, professional sports and e-commerce. I used to be a professional dancer and after retiring I earned an MBA. I’ve been profiled on The Huffington Post, FoxNews.com, CBC, Upworthy and more. I am a mom. I adore coffee. And I am very much looking forward to learning more about you!
WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY
STUFF WE DO
WE GET 'ER DONE
- Getting distracted by yet another shiny object that puts another 30 things on your To Do list?
- Not knowing what to focus on that’s actually going to bring in more clients? 🎯
- Feeling overwhelmed with the sheer volume of work that needs to be done and not sure where to start?
To solve these challenges I help you:
If you’re a small business owner, chances are you fall into one of three camps when it comes to the way you spend your time: You feel scattered running to put out fire after fire that needs your attention; your day is unpredictable, even when you have the best of intentions to keep on track; […]
There is a deluge of ideas and insights and initiatives swirling around like a tornado in your mind. When you wake up, you are thinking about them. When you eat lunch (if you remember) you are mulling over them. Rather than getting much needed sleep, you are puzzling over them, rolling them around again and […]
You laughingly call yourself a “perfectionist in recovery” but in your gut, you know you are a lot more “perfectionist” than “in recovery.”
“I get up in the morning, I take my kids to daycare and I work. It’s not like I’m making a huge amount of money either, I’m not a millionaire. Somehow I feel like if I was making buckets of money that would make it better, although maybe it wouldn’t. I feel guilty and I […]