Why Ken Homza

Sleep Well at Night

Every entrepreneur and business owner should be able to sleep well at night. Once a goal is set, the company, with my help, will take carefully mapped out steps to reach the target. No business should open up their income statement and say, “Oh, look what popped out.” It should be, “I was trying to make $50,000. We made it or missed it by $1,000.” It shouldn’t be an accident rather a well-implemented business plan.

Seven reasons to choose Homza

  1. Driven to achieve results quickly
  2. Embraces change
  3. Asks the big questions
  4. Understands the “Why?”
  5. Energized by solving problems
  6. Leverages your existing team and develops them for the future
  7. Committed to and passionate about improving the financial literacy of American business

The Homza Success Curve

The Homza Success Curve is an illustration of how a little bit little bit of success everyday creates a huge impact over time.


Success is cumulative. That is why I created the Homza Success Curve – to demonstrate how a little bit of success everyday creates a huge impact over time.

Implementation in business is about doing hundreds of little things right, day in and day out. There is rarely a silver bullet to fix all of a company’s ills. It takes consistent and dedicated action over a period of time. One of my core tenets is to find ways to break the current paradigms and create time in the organization. The success curve helps organizations understand how successes feed upon themselves and helps build the confidence to take on increasingly bigger challenges as time goes on. Successes build on each other, increasing in size and significance. Initially they may be small tactical wins but time and persistence allows the organization to tackle strategic issues and move to a different place on the ROI return matrix. In sports, they say “Bring your A-game”. You need your “A-game” in business, too.

The Fractional Model

By serving multiple companies at the same time, I see the same issues from various perspectives. It’s likely that I have not only seen, but solved the same or similar issue multiple times in the past. The result is that I get to the answer faster.

Think of a professional athlete, the repetition they get through training allows them to respond instantaneously to a given situation. They don’t spend a lot of time thinking about what to do because they have been in the same situation numerous times in the past.   That’s what I bring to the table.