Making Money is Killing Your Business

Making Money is Killing Your Business helps business owners move from a focus on trying to make money to building a business that does it for them while they’re on vacation. It debunks the idea that small business is a 30-year-grind, and introduces the concept of building a business in just three-to-five years that runs itself.

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About Chuck Blakeman

Chuck started and built seven successful businesses in 25 years both in the U.S. and internationally, and now uses his leadership experience to help business owners live significantly. His company, The Crankset Group, provides outcome-based mentoring and peer advisory for business owners in the U.S., Europe, Africa, and Asia.

Chuck served in the U.S. Army, followed by 13 years of service in non-profit leadership. He sold one of his businesses to the largest consumer fulfillment company in America and led three other $10-$100 million companies through repositioning. He presently leads the Crankset Group and a for-profit business based in Africa that is solving poverty by building local economies.

Some of Chuck’s larger customers have included Apple,
Microsoft, Eli Lilly & Co., TAP Pharmaceuticals, Sun Microsystems, Tyco Healthcare, Johns Manville and many more.

He is a regular convention speaker, magazine contributor, and non-profit board member. Recent speaking appearances include Kenya, DR Congo, Ireland, New Zealand, and across the US. 100+ times a year. Recent print and online appearances include Harvard Business Journal, Entrepreneur Magazine,, He was also cited in Dr. Stephen Covey's book, The 3rd Alternative.


3to5 Club
Where could your business be in 3to5 years? 3to5 Clubs are designed to help you stop trading hours for money, and build a business that makes money while you’re on vacation. Each month we cover another essential topic for building a business while also building your network.


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