Matt Wilhelmsen

My name is Matt, and I live outside Bend, OR with my wife and 3 kids. A client recently connected me with a group of entrepreneurs with the following introduction. I was humbled by the words, and relieved that I wouldn’t have to write an about me section for my website anymore.

“This dude helped save my life, marriage and business. That’s all I should need to say. 🙂 Executive coach, husband, parent of twins, connector, confidant and brilliant thinker. I say all those things because Matt’s the coach who sells you what you want (scalable systems) but gives you what you need (accountability, hard questions, lots of tears, midnight calls, friendship, encouragement, parenting advice — oh, and those scalable systems too…) His experience stems from his work in professional sports (MLB) before helping entrepreneurs running multi-million dollar businesses not ruin their lives. At least that was the case for me. Bottom line: You want him in your corner. Wow.”

– A former client

1 Billion in SMB Revenue

Over the last 10 years I’ve worked with over 100 businesses in their growth stages; whether a start-up or a 20 year-old company looking to reinvent themselves, and everything in between. Specializing in Management Systems as well as Process Scalability, my clients typically start as Owner’s and CEO’s, naturally evolving into whole-company coaching. When working with any team, either C-Suite or Middle Management, it is critical that time is committed to both one on one coaching as well as whole team. Once named EMyth’s Most Valuable Coaching Partner, I am a fourth a generation entrepreneur who is committed to the men and woman building the companies we are dependent on as a society and also worldwide.

Management Systems

A life long fire for business and learning, combined with more than 10,000 hours hands on with business owners and executives like you has allowed me to develop crystal clear framework, methodologies, and tools my clients use everyday while we work together, and long after. My work revolves organizational values, meaningful initiatives, process evolution, open communication, and quantification.