When I left the corporate suite at Thomas Nelson a few years back I wanted to settle into the life of a solopreneur—writing, speaking, and coaching. Instead I built a lean, rapidly expanding multimillion dollar company.
What I found early on was that as my message resonated, my need for a team grew. There was only one of me, but there were also too many opportunities I couldn’t pass up. Soon a new strategy emerged, I set new goals, and formed a new company.
Now I lead an ambitious team of sixteen people. We’re creating products, launching courses, and business is exceptionally good. We’ve actually doubled our sales every year since I started the company. And that means I need to add another team member—a chief financial officer.
We have no debt and no investors. What we do have are big goals. And I need someone to come alongside and help us shape a vision for the future and forge a path to get there.
I’ve created a detailed description of the position and what I’m looking for. If you have the necessary experience, values, and attitude—or know someone who does—I’d love to hear from you.
As a young and entrepreneurially minded organization, we’re looking to build a can-do culture of aggressive growth that simultaneously gives our people the time and space they need to grow personally and professionally. That’s why I offer a flexible schedule, generous time off, excellent benefits, and the freedom to work from home.
I’ve worked in the corporate world long enough to know what kills initiative and drive. Stifling processes and procedures are not what I’m after. Freedom and flexibility are essential to our identity as a business.
That approach has paid off so far. It’s paid off so well we need extra hands and minds to keep us moving in the right direction and help us build momentum.
Does that sound like you? Check out the description and see if you’re a fit. The future of this business is wide open, and we may need you to help us get there.