About Us 

Mighty Underdogs is a small business collaborative of and for small business owners who have  demonstrated interest in growing their company.  

  Mighty Underdogs was founded by a group of active serial entrepreneurs from a variety of professional fields including executive leadership consulting, automotive supply, health care, marketing and hospitality.  

A shared desire to serve fellow business owners brought these individuals together to collaborate on shared tools, shared processes, systems and structures, and business models that work.

Underdog No More!

Do you often feel like?

- Your company isn't moving fast enough?
- Stuck?
- Like you're doing this all by yourself?
- Wish I knew more on how to run a business?
- You need more people?
-  Too busy? Too Tired?

A singular path to growing a small business.

You don't need more things to try, more terms to google, and more planning spreadsheets.
Say goodbye to complicated, and say hello to simple.


Small business education and entrepreneurial development tools.
Wherever you are on your entrepreneurial journey, we have a tool for that!


Our goal is to get you the tools you need, teach you how to use them, and be here to help you get the desired results.
We are not just coaches we are business advisors for the success of your company. Bring us your biggest challenge and we will work through it together.


Our training and workshops are meant to teach and DO.  
We are the only organization that provides proven business templates with a "how to" video and an advisor to review using the tools for your specific situation.
You get all three available to you, template, video, and business advisor. 


A variety of DISC based impact assessments are available to help clients understand their Strengths, Weaknesses, Communication Style and how to connect with the personality styles of the people around them for improved communication and effective outcomes.

....Mighty Underdogs was so CRUCIAL to me really being able to scale! Having a coach in your corner is SO important! 

Founder, C. Watson

Why Small Businesses Fail

According to data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, about 20% of U.S. small businesses fail within the first year. By the end of their fifth year, roughly 50% have faltered. After 10 years, only around a third of businesses have survived.

CB Insights stated...70% of upstart tech companies fail — usually around 20 months after first raising financing (with around $1.3M in total funding closed).
....Rising competition, capital shortages, and legal controversy pushed startups to the brink, forcing them to shutter for good. Covid-19 was rarely mentioned in discussions surrounding the recent batch of startup failures.