In my weekly email newsletter sent out yesterday I talked to my readers about the benefits I’ve received over the years from getting chiropractic adjustments and how I recently recognized a parallel between them and the common “pains” I see in the world of winery compliance.

The parallel being that some simple adjustments can be made in how wineries are handling their required TTB compliance which will result in the current “pains” they are experiencing going away.

When we decide to have chiropractic treatments, it is because our bodies either have been injured or have become out of alignment from other sources and the adjustments put them back into proper alignment so they can function effectively as they are supposed to, and free from pain. However, once our bodies are put back into proper alignment then it is up to us to maintain that, otherwise the pain will resurface.

What do some adjustments look like in the world of TTB winery compliance?

1. Knowing exactly what required winemaking records they need to be maintaining and the specifics of setting them up to meet TTB requirements. (State & local here too)

2. Having a plan for exactly how your required reports are managed. This includes a set schedule for filing them & assigning their responsibility to the best person(s) for the job.

3. Having a big picture “blueprint” which encompasses all of their winery site’s local, state & federal licenses and how each of those are connected to the others as far as their required records or reports.  The management of this “blueprint” also needs to be assigned to a best fit staff member or members. By best fit here has everything to do with their aptitude and attitude towards the rather maze like qualities of winery compliance. Too often I see these tasks being assigned to the wrong staff members, which is a cause of the wineries “pains”.

Where can a winery compliance adjustment be obtained?

Training!   I’m hosting my next live training course on Tuesday, May 12th in Placerville, CA.

For full info follow the link below.

Winery Compliance: On the road

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