Commitment to getting better is great, but soliciting advice from too many different consultants or sources of information hurts more than it helps.
Here’s the analogy I like to use to explain this:
Would you build your dream car with a Ford chassis, a Toyota engine, seats and interior by Volkswagen? No!
The car would probably blow itself apart or be some kind of a death trap. It makes no sense.
But, for some reason, too many owners seem to think it’s okay to take consulting advice for their business from articles online, business books they’ve read, and/or multiple consultants.
This works on the idea that all the pieces will somehow fit, but the reality is that’s not likely going to be the case.