Moving Forward Together

Frequently Asked Questions:

  • Is there a long-term commitment? No, you can leave the Board at anytime with 30 days notice.
  • How long do members stay with Wheels in Motion? The average length of membership on today’s Wheels in Motion Boards is over three years.
  • Can I talk directly with current members? Of course; just ask, and we’ll be delighted to provide names and contact information.
  • Suppose I try Wheels in Motion and decide that it is not for me? Try it for 90 days, attend all three Board Meetings and Coaching Sessions, and if you are not 100% satisfied, we will refund all the money you have paid us.
  • How is a person in a totally different line of business going to be able to help me? At least 80% of the problems in almost every business are common to all businesses, i.e. increasing sales, dealing with employee issues, cash flow, etc.
  • What’s the advantage is there in going with a Northwest company as opposed to a national franchise? People, the business environment, and the opportunities are all unique to this particular region of the country; there is an obvious advantage to belonging to an organization that is focused on the Northwest.
  • How large a business do I need to be in order belong to wheels in Motion? There is no minimum or maximum size.
  • I am concerned about talking about something as personal as my company in front of a group of strangers. Will that change? Almost everyone feels this way at first, but these "strangers" will become some of your greatest supporters. It may take you a few meetings to overcome your inhibitions, but that’s just fine. No one is going to put any pressure on you to reveal anything that you are not ready to reveal. You will have another opportunity in 30 days, and you can always discuss any topic with your coach.
  • Why do I need both a peer board and one-on-one coaching? The board and the coaching reinforce each other. The coaching gives you an opportunity to go into depth and develop a strategy to address the topics that you have discussed in the Board Meetings.