Hi team,

Could you leave the office for a month and not only know where your business should be when you return, but also that it will be pretty darn close to that place?

When I ask entrepreneurs that question, their answers range from:

“No way! My business is my baby…”


“I’m confident in my team, but sales still rely on me.”

Wherever you stand on the “in the business”  spectrum, one thing we fundamentally believe to be true at BlueprintOS is that business owners are meant to create more freedom through their business, not more limitations on their own lives. 

And that’s because, after all my years in business I have learned this one simple truth:

The more valuable YOU are to your business, the less valuable your business is.

Read that again because it’s so, so important: The more valuable YOU are to your business, the less valuable your business is.

This truth can be difficult to hear because as entrepreneurs we not only believe we can do it all, but in the back of our minds we believe we must do it all because…well…we always have done it all!

But “doing it all” isn’t working as well as it once did, is it?

And in the back of your mind, you know that to truly scale, you’re going to have to step out of the “day-to-day” so you can focus on the larger, more strategic needs of the business.

Enter: The BlueprintOS Roadmap

This roadmap will help you move towards the Second Principle that all business owners need to know.

You’ll notice under the second principle, Clarity, we spend a lot of time on planning how you will invest your time as an owner, important growth metrics, creating your quarterly plan, and developing the playbooks your team needs to implement your strategies.

The reality is that if you don’t know where you’re going, you will never get there.


In case you’re curious, here are all 5 of the principles you’ll see in our roadmap:


Principle #1: Lead Yourself First

You won’t be able to lead your business or team if you aren’t leading yourself first.


Principle #2: Clarity

Define where you want to go so that you can create the plan to get there.


Principle #3: Alignment

Develop communication rhythms and the interactive playbooks your team needs to run the plays each week.


Principle #4: Team

Business is a team sport. We make sure you know how to recruit, develop, and retain A-Players.


Principle #5: Execution

The systems are in place, so how do you actually execute?


Now that you know the 5 pillars of our system, I have a question for you…

Which pillar do you want to develop most?

Whichever one you choose, just know you’re in the right place.


To your OS,

Bradley Hamner

Founder, BlueprintOS