I hope you didn`t spend a lot of money on this.
I`d have to think that if they`re too busy for errands, then they`re most likely to busy to #1) wait for the site to load up, #2) move their mouse across the icons so they`ll know what they`re clicking on, and #3) trying to read what you have to offer, while being forced to listen to that music in the background with no way of turning it off.
I`m sorry, but the usability of this site is not good. While it may look fancy and impressive to you, chances are, your "prospects" are likely to be turned off by it.
There`s no navigation structure at all after you click thru to a page...I`m having to `go back to the menu` to see my options, when I should be able to see my options on each and every page.
The font size in combination with the colors of the site make it difficult to read.
And then when I`m finally given the option to "read more", I have to wait for a PDF file to load up (it`s irritating because I don`t know it`s a pdf file until it`s too late, which if I knew it was in a pdf format to begin with, I`d probably never would have clicked on it). But, when I do read the pdf file, you have a bunch of graphics and the text is broken up into columns making it difficult for me to read.
Your site should be made with the end-user in mind. They want information so they can make an educated decision as to whether or not they should use your services. I feel you don`t provide enough information for somone to come to a conclusion.
I`d say scrap it and start from scratch...I`m not trying to be cruel, but I see these types of mistakes often and I want to see you get off to an excellent start.
Remember your customers! And design for `them`. Your site name indicates your service is for people who are too busy, and quite frankly...the site itself is too busy.