Ben Miller is a Dave Ramsey Trained Financial Coach.  Ben Miller is also a business owner who has been self employed in the service industry for more than 15 years.

Ben has spent years studying great businesses and personal finances.  He’ll show you how to:

  • Create a household budget and become debt free
  • Grow a business without the stress of debt
  • Hire employees that can’t wait to be at work Monday morning (building an amazing team culture)
  • Run a social media campaign turning your clients into family
  • Charge a premium fee for your service based business
  • Master productivity and achieve the “work / life” balance everyone dreams of

From Ben's Blog

Don’t Compare Your Day 1 to Someone Else’s Day 5,000

If I could crochet, I would make a sampler that said, “Stop comparing yourself to your competition that has been around for 5, 10, or 20 years”. I love starting things.  I love launching businesses.  But for some reason I expect my first day in business to look like day 5,000 in someone else’s business. IContinue Reading

LIKE FREE PIZZA? LIKE ME? I’VE GOT GOOD NEWS!

Last night I created my newsletter.  But when I woke up this morning, I didn’t have 10,000 subscribers.  I figured something must be wrong.  I mean, it’s on the internet now…. I figured I would have a million sign ups by lunch.   I did have ONE (thanks Dad). I read a cool post fromContinue Reading

90% Done and Published is Better than Nothing!

If I have an achilles heel in business, it would be this: I don’t want anyone seeing something produced from my company (websites, marketing materials, videos, etc) until it’s 100% PERFECT. That means that my video edits are perfect, my website doesn’t have any broken links, my printed materials have been read and re-read, and myContinue Reading

Want your kids to never have Credit Cards? They should help cut up yours!

When you go through Dave Ramsey’s Financial Peace University, you’re going to learn about how bad credit cards are.  Then they’ll ask if you have any you want to cut up.   Years ago when we went through the class, I had already stopped spending on my Best Buy card, but I wanted to waitContinue Reading

What to do when your best employees leave

Have you ever had a great employee leave?  I have.  It stung.  In fact, it happened to me more than once. In my business I had several different types of employees.  I had office, production, and performance staff.  Each one took a special level of training and mentoring to bring them to the level thatContinue Reading

Hiring The Right Employee For The JOB [posting the position]

I’ve already talked about making sure the person you hire is in love with your company and wants to be on your winning team, but one thing that is often overlooked is how you search for potential candidates, and how you post your positions. If you’ve made a name for yourself, people will want toContinue Reading

What to do when you find your employees not working

Confession:  This was my biggest problem of being a leader.  I would often leave my office and walk around to check on my employees to see what they were doing, only to find them messing around on tasks that had nothing to do with their job.  Sometimes they were doing things that were part ofContinue Reading

Finding/Hiring Employees Who Would Do Anything To Work For You

Well, you’ve decided you JUST HAVE to have a new employee (you’re positive, right?  You’re sure you can afford them, right?). Well then, you should absolutely just hire the first person you see.   Done.  Article over.   Wait…. You want more?  You’re saying to yourself “I paid good money to read this blog!! IContinue Reading

Can you afford to hire a new employee?

This article is part of a series of articles entitled “If you’ve got bad employees, it’s probably your fault”. When I thought it was time for my company to grow, I was so blinded by my desire to start building a team that I didn’t consider all of the financial burdens that would come withContinue Reading

If you’ve got bad employees, you can only blame yourself

It was around 2005 that I decided that I needed someone to join me full time at my business.  I felt like I was burning the candle at both ends, and really needed help.   At the time I had several part time employees, but their help was only a few hours a week. OneContinue Reading

AS A SPEAKER, BEN USES HUMOR AND HIS UNIQUE EXPERIENCE TO MOTIVE AND TRAIN YOUR AUDIENCE.

AS A FINANCIAL COACH, BEN WILL DISSECT YOUR FAMILY BUDGET (OR HELP YOU MAKE ONE) AND PLAN FOR THE FUTURE

AS A BUSINESS CONSULTANT, BEN WORKS ONE-ON-ONE WITH MANAGEMENT AND YOUR TEAM TO LOWER STRESS, INCREASE PRODUCTIVITY, AND ATTRACT MORE OF YOUR FAVORITE CUSTOMERS.

Unlike other financial planners… Ben has nothing to sell.  No products, no investments, no pressure.  He has the heart of a teacher and will guide you on being intentional with your money.

Ben would like to provide all of his experience and training as a GIFT to you.  Learn more here