I used to waste time putting out fires.

But I stopped spinning my wheels and got back on the track. You could do the same.

These days, you can’t seem to catch your breath.

The language of business is numbers—that’s what’s in your bank account at the end of a long ass day.

You’ve tried a million things, including working more, but somehow it’s still not enough. 

You have a business that’s off the ground and running, but it seems like the only thing that’s actually running these days is you. You’re exhausted. Frustrated. F*cking tired and checked out if you’re being honest with yourself. But you can’t afford to dwell on that much—you’ve got sh*t to do, and you’re more into taking action than overthinking—it’s action that will bring results.

There is a solution—but you just can’t see it. You need a business engineer. Someone that knows the business of the business better than you do to come in and pinpoint exactly what’s holding you back so you can tackle it head-on.

That’s exactly what I’m here for: So you can finally stop banging your head against a wall and steer your business in the right direction. One that increases your bottom line and lowers your [stress levels/blood pressure]. It’s kind of like having a pit crew as a driver—you can’t do it all without a team talking in your ear.

Jim Adams

I’m Jim Adams.


My whole life, I’ve watched people get taken advantage of. Starting with my own family and now in the business world where people are fooled by unqualified consultants who can’t deliver on promises. It bothers the sh*t out of me.

I don't need to do this work, but I want to do it.

I grew up missing my dad horribly—it broke my heart not to always have him around. My dad left when I was 5 and never made any of my games, but when we were together, I could tell by the look in his eyes he was absolutely crazy about me.

One thing we shared was going to the speedway together twice a week in Freeport, New York. I dreamed for years of getting to drive on a course like that but had a hard time making a living, let alone doing something extravagant like that.

After years of fighting, I don’t have to struggle anymore. Things come easily to me. Lately, not only do I get to race, but it turns out that I’m not half bad.

Business success is about more than your bottom line.

Even though we start there, this is bigger.

All the sh*t I went through made me who I am. I advocate for myself better and do better work because I fight harder than clients often fight for themselves. We all need that support sometimes.

I’ve been optimizing small businesses for decades. I’ve always been pretty damn good at identifying what was holding them back most, fixing that first, and moving on to the next thing, and I’ve gotten even better at it over the years.

Making multiple 6 figures and having time (and money) to live and have fun is what business ownership should look like.

I started my first business and built it to 7 figures in 3 years. Because I know my numbers, I fast-forwarded through a lot of the stress and prioritized life outside the office. I only work 30 hours per week, take a minimum of 8 weeks off each year, and have fun as the owner. I travel with my wife, hang out with my grandkids, and my latest mission is to race on every road course in the US.

In other words, I spend my life focusing on the good stuff. Not the BS.

I’m f*cking proud of the business and life I’ve created for myself, but even more proud of what I’ve seen my clients achieve once we open the door to better systems. That’s why I do what I do—not for the money, but because I actually care. I know that might sound to you like absolute bullshit, but it’s true. When you see people changing their lives in radically positive ways, it can really hit you…

You may think it’s all about the bottom line, and in some ways you’re right. But only because that bottom line translates into more freedom for you to spend your time in ways that truly matter.

This is what I want for you.