The mission of Resolute.me is ambitious, yet very simple: we want to provide you with the information, tools and contacts required to mitigate the stress in your life.
The resloute.me Program Overview
From health to family to finances to the workplace and almost everywhere else, we try daily, hourly to identify what has gone wrong and fix it. If we are not doing that, we are trying to think ahead as to where the next challenge will come from and plan to address it.
The resolute.me Network is designed to offer you a diverse set of quality resources targeted at your personal action plan. Solvers from health, finance, home infrastructure, transportation, and all other areas of stress in your life will be ready to assist you overcome your challenges.
Features for Individuals & Families
Coping with stress is not overcoming it! Making do is not being in control. You can do much better! Whether you are 16 or 90, life throws a lot at you, every day, sometimes all at once. Family, job, health, financial, just plain every day issues can all be sources of stress. It is hard to juggle it all. You can feel discouraged, unhappy, and even desperate. And unless you act, you get to do it all again tomorrow.
Features for Employers
These are very tough times to be running a business of any size, especially small businesses where the reserve is smaller and the reliance on a few good employees greater. A down economy, uncertainty in sales and revenue, SG&A increases, health reform effecting your retention of good employees, their productivity, insurance costs, regulation overload, taxes, a whole world of daily, sometimes hourly challenges. Your ability to adapt and overcome depends on two main factors; first your business acumen and decision making and more importantly, the performance of your only real asset, no matter what you decide: your employees.
Features for Practicioners
Whether you are a medical doctor, a chiropractor, afitness professional, acupuncturist, naturopath, mental health professional or any of the multitude of other caregivers, the job of caring for individuals and families has always been a challenge. Today however the task is uncertain and much more complicated. The cost of practice is increasing as rent and supplies go up, the cost of malpractice and other insurances rise, reimbursement rates continue to decline. Business, financial and regulatory challenges continue to mount. Health reform creates even more uncertainty; how it effects your patients will ultimately contribute to how it effects your practice. You have been forced due to reimbursement to build an assembly line in your practice, moving patients in and out as fast as possible. You see many of your colleagues quitting, retiring earlier, selling their practices to larger groups or hospitals. What does the future hold and how can you prepare?
Creating a successful organization in today's business environment is more than challenging. Finding the entrepreneur that has a marketable idea, can organize the concept for success, builds the infrastructure to deliver it, recruits the right people doing the right tasks well has always presented a challenge for financial backers. Most new organizations fail. It is the one or two out of ten that funds the rest and enhances your ability to raise your next fund. . Finding those is your challenge. They depend on the vision of the founder, the ability to translate that into a great company, to be nimble, respectful of your dollars, knowledgeable on the core of the company, to have a successful sales strategy and most of all to capture a paying customer base that offer organic and new business growth opportunities. That formula has always been the case but today the challenges are even greater