We're arming entrepreneurs like you with the knowledge you need to operate successful ventures.

 Because your livelihood is on the line.

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Navigating the intricacies of running a business often poses a greater challenge for entrepreneurs than the initial vision that inspired them to embark on this journey.

Wrestling with foundational aspects like business planning, team assembly, project management, and financial tracking is what hinders them from realizing their full potential. 

Through our advisory firm, we frequently see clients encounter common stumbling blocks, including:

Insufficient Planning: Companies striving for success often neglect the crucial practice of taking a step back from the day-to-day grind to engage in thoughtful planning. Skipping annual and quarterly planning leaves a business adrift, akin to a ship without a rudder. Carving out time to work on the business, rather than in it, offers clarity on the desired destination and ensures that set goals pave the way to success.

Flawed Hiring Procedures: A business is essentially a collective effort of individuals working together to solve problems. Without actively screening for personality traits, relevant work experience, and cultural alignment, companies risk welcoming individuals who might do more harm than good. A comprehensive screening process guarantees that each addition to your team contributes positively to the collective vision.

Absence of Systems: Companies falter when they fail to centralize the management of their team's work, leading to confusion about responsibilities, missed deadlines, incomplete tasks, dissatisfied customers, and frustrated teams. Implementing proper tools, systems, and structured meetings prevents duplicated efforts, fosters high-functioning teams, and builds trust with customers.

Inadequate Measurement: Companies neglecting regular performance evaluations struggle to gauge their direction and speed. Consistent monitoring of key performance indicators (KPIs) on a weekly basis within each department ensures that the company is not just moving but moving in the right direction, toward lasting success.

We teach entrepreneurs to address these issues so they can make better decisions, build better teams, and bring their own vision to life.

Scott Grubb



After a fulfilling 5-year stint in the corporate world with giants like Dell and Apple, I had an epiphany—I didn't belong in the massive corporate machinery. In 2008, I took the leap and ventured into the exhilarating startup arena.

However, 2018 marked a pivotal moment when I made the tough call to exit a venture-backed tech startup I co-founded. It wasn't an easy decision, and it came on the heels of some hard-earned lessons. I had missed crucial warning signs, and it nearly led to financial catastrophe for my family. As a founder, I stumbled through every pitfall imaginable, enduring almost two years without a regular paycheck, and at times, using my life savings to keep the company afloat. The commitment to supporting my family of five eventually led to my departure.

But, I mounted a comeback. I assumed the role of Chief Operating Officer in some remarkable organizations at the forefront of innovation. These experiences included steering an Education SaaS company to multiple acquisitions and rapidly developing a high-volume COVID testing company tailored for local governments and higher education institutions during the pandemic. Remarkably, we took this concept from an idea to a market-ready solution in under a month.

Today, my journey has evolved into running a dynamic management-consulting firm. My mission is to guide fellow founders in executing their visions and, importantly, helping them avoid the same pitfalls I once encountered. Simultaneously, I channel my energies into creating digital products for Vision to Life, all with the shared mission of empowering entrepreneurs with the knowledge, tools, and support needed to build and operate successful ventures.

When I'm not immersed in the world of advising founders or crafting content for Vision to Life, you'll find me spending time with my family: my wife, Laura, our daughter, Sawyer, and our two boys, Sagan and Sullivan.

Beyond my family life, I find joy in a competitive game of golf, learning musical instruments, and constantly seeking ways to optimize my health.