My Credo: To leave people and companies better than I found them.

See how you, your team and your business can be better off with the help of The Biz Doc.

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Who Is The Biz Doc?

At my core, I am a teacher, mentor and  business driver.  I am also an author, investor, board member and adjunct professor.  I have also been a founder wearing multiple hats.  Along the way, some very cool colleagues dubbed me the “Biz Doctor” which became “The Biz-Doc” and the nickname stuck.

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Case Studies

I have been blessed to have been part of some excellent businesses that did well and some that didn’t achieve what people (especially the investors – and I was among them) envisioned.  In every outcome there is a lesson.  In sharing these stories in understandable ways, Case Studies with the Biz Doc was born.  Building this library of learning is a passion of mine.  And, thanks to the power and reach of digital media, I can teach and mentor anywhere in the world.

Theranos Founder Elizabeth Holmes Found GUILTY- The Rise And Fall Of Theranos – A LESSON for Entrepreneurs
How Rivian Is Challenging Tesla And Supercharging The Electric Car Market – a Case Study for Entrepreneurs
IPO vs. SPAC Round 2! Root vs. Metromile And Both Stocks Are Crashing! – A Case Study for Entrepreneurs
NFT Markets – OpenSea vs. Rariable Is A Modern Day David vs. Goliath – A Case Study for Entrepreneurs
Peloton’s Wild Ride – From Startup To IPO To Tragedy And Recovery – A Case Study for Entrepreneurs
How Cheesecake Revamped Their Take Out Strategy And Didn’t Get Taken Out By Covid! – A Case Study For Entrepreneurs

Explore - How I Can Help You?

Watch the case studies from I gladly share with the world and read my blog.  I know how the constant struggle that accumulates over years and years can affect leaders and wish I had the resources available to make my life easier “back in the day.”  The experience I have now in leading and growing companies is what I wish to share with you.

Success Stories From My Amazing Tribe

Read about real people, real business stories, and real experience of those who dared to implement real knowledge and do the hard work on taking their ventures to new levels. I help CEOs calibrate their focus and execution as they drive the value of their own companies. Learn how adding a true COO and optimizing your organization can be a game-changer in bringing your business to the next-level game and growth.
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Thomas Ellsworth, The Biz Doc is: @tomellsworth


I am on this page. There are 50+ Android manufacturers globally with 15 being capable of high volume manufacturing. ONE of those will GLADLY step up and create a Tesla or Twitter phone in months - not years. Just watch. https://t.co/Dd1Kg74Gwe
Patrick Bet-David @patrickbetdavid
Is Apple cornering Musk into building a new phone?

Or is China giving an ultimatum to Apple to drop Twitter or else they won’t deliver on the 6 million phones they’re relying on? https://t.co/MQmc8JnkcV

We talked about @Disney @hulu and @Apple today - Mark my words, Apple will acquire Disney. A lot of reasons why. I did this case study on the topic: @ValuetainmentTV - check it out. https://t.co/FvyVi9cG3l

Censorship usually ends in tears when there is a competitive alternative. Unless censorship is aided by dictatorship, there’s a huge market response.
Welcome to capitalism.
Welcome to entrepreneurial response.
Welcome to equal time.

Would Apple risk stock price?

Let’s watch. https://t.co/bJruxym8We

Musk makes a huge and obvious point. This was never about the left wanting balance or equal time - it was ONLY about cancelling the right. A balanced Twitter is the LAST thing the left wants. https://t.co/r5Llap1auG

RIP Wilco Johnson - sad day - we got 8 more years of you after cancer showed up. Blessed! The Going Back Home album with Roger Daltry is legendary. #DrFeelgood #wilcojohnson

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“My driving passion at this point in my life is to (1) support great companies, and (2) teach, coach and mentor great people from CEOs and leaders to front line staff.”
-Thomas Ellsworth