No one purposely sets out for failure, why would they? However, in the world of business, marketing and finance, not only are you supposed to eliminate the thought of failure, but also foresee any unfavorable circumstance that might lead to it. However, if companies had a magic crystal ball that could tell them what the future had in store for them, 50% of them wouldn’t end up as failures within the first five years of their launch. This is a statistic all companies need to remind themselves of with every passing day, and if they happen to make it through the five-year mark, they have to change game plans from staying afloat to moving forward.

Dean Akers is the CEO of Adjunct CEO – a company based upon training senior officials of companies for striving for more rather than settling for what they have. Dean visualizes companies as standing on three legs; if one is shorter than the other, the entire structure crumbles. You wouldn’t want a wobbly table simply because it’s of no use to you. The three legs in question here are sales, operations and finance. All three of them are key elements of forming and maintaining a company.

Who exactly is Dean Akers, and does he have the necessary skill-set to provide you with what he claims he will? To answer the latter part, the Adjunct CEO offers a money back guarantee to whichever company doesn’t profit from his mentorship. Dean completed his bachelors in Advertising from the University of Florida and quickly joined a company in Lakeland, Florida as a warehouse runner. By the age of 28, he was appointed as the COO of that company. Using his unique skill-set and business philosophies, he was able to raise the company’s profits from 50 million to 103 million in 2 years with the same workforce as before.

Dean has worked for over 25 years with numerous companies which were at the brink of failing. However, they still stand strong to this day under Dean Akers and Adjunct CEO’s efforts.
The commercial world appears to be blooming every day but that’s more of an idealistic scenario. The truth is that businesses fail and succeed every day. It’s more about what you do to keep yourself from sinking and staying relevant in a world that’s constantly changing.

Dean has been appointed as a CEO in numerous other companies besides Adjunct CEO which is his own company. One of these companies is Ideal Image. How well his other companies have been doing only provides testimony to his word. The burning question now is; why should you call up Dean? I mean, you have a company and you have the necessary ambition to strive for success. The answer is simple: you cannot live in hope of a better and booming business with nothing but ambition. You could’ve been the lead in your very own Broadway Musical, but you didn’t strive for mentorship. You need to have someone tell you from their own experiences what works and what doesn’t, what to say and what not to say.