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Balance and Focus

4 Tips for Focusing on Business, Even in the Busy Month of May

Has May become the new December with the volume of celebrations, year-end activities, graduations, and transitions to summer? For me, in addition to working with my fabulous clients and a business I love, I have two graduations from two different high schools for my twins, an older daughter moving to DC for a summer internship, my own Leadership Cobb graduation, and a downsize...

Building a Strong Foundation for Your Business

Have you ever had a pre-drywall inspection? In new construction, that’s when the experts take a look at the electrical, plumbing, and framing of the building before the walls go in. It's important to make sure the framing and structure are completed correctly before they are covered up with the pretty parts: walls, ceilings, and flooring. This is a great...

“Kondo” Your Business for a Prosperous New Year

One of organizing celebrity, Marie Kondo’s, tips is to clear out the clutter in your home or space. I’m going to apply this idea to business as well. Too often we make promises, plans, and resolutions for the new year, yet overlook the importance of first releasing the clutter: the physical, mental, and emotional stuff that builds up and bogs...

GC Insights Add Behavioral Analysis to Growth Coach’s Already Powerful Coaching Programs

The Growth Coach has launched a new behavior analysis program called GC Insights to help business owners, company leaders and human resource professionals hire, retain and develop top talent. GC Insights goes well beyond DISC analysis – the program also gives franchisees access to multi-faced assessments, reports, tools and support materials designed to help business leaders understand the behavior analysis...

Finding Balance as a Small Business Owner or a Company President

  Small business owners and company presidents have a lot in common – starting with how busy they can be. Being in charge of everything has benefits, but it also has major drawbacks, especially when it comes to work life balance. You should be able to work to live, not live to work, no matter how much you love your...

Could You or Your Team Benefit from Social Learning

  In late 2017, when Forbes outlined the Top 10 growing business trends that will drive success in 2018, there was one we weren’t surprised to see – Social Learning. In a way, The Growth Coach has been doing that for more than 20 years. With our Strategic Business Owner group workshops and Strategic Manager Coaching specifically, we’ve put a...

Create a Networking Plan to Build Relationships That Matter

“The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago.  The second best time is now.” This Chinese proverb holds true for networking too. Whether you have been in business for a while or are a newcomer, it’s important to maintain and nurture your business relationships with intention and a plan. Begin with a Networking Mindset and then develop...

How will you make 2018 a year to remember?  Five essential steps to turn your New Year’s resolutions into business results

Here we are at the beginning of a new year with lots of advice and articles about how to make this the best year yet.  Rather than comparing years and adding the pressure to make it the best year ever – I recommend looking at what it will take to make 2018 a successful year that truly produces the results...

Three Essentials of an Extraordinary Leader

There are many books, trainings, and Ted Talks about Leadership how-to’s, must-do’s, and never-do-that-ever’s, but the simple truth is that effective leadership is an inside job. Whether leading small teams or thousands, leadership always begins with YOU – the leader. You are the CEO of your own life, whether running a business, managing employees, or creating your own individual success....

Managing the Growing Pains of New Leadership

  Fitting a new leader into an existing team is always hard. Even when you promote from within, there are growing pains as the team adjusts to a new management style, new goals and new expectations. But how you deal with employee complaints about a new manager? And how do you support your new leader in their new position and...

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My background in sales; marketing, public relations, and advocacy, spans small business, start-up, non-profit and franchises. I've led teams and coached individual business owners to maximize their productivity and regain their enthusiasm for their work and their lives.

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“I’ve been working with Kim Ellet in the Strategic Business Owner group coaching program for just a few quarters now and have already seen a 28% increase in my business over prior year. I’ve signed on new clients with larger projects and am achieving my goal of putting together an effective team to support my business growth. Gaining clarity about my business, where I want to go and how to get there has made a really big impact for me so far. It’s exciting to see things happening that I set my sights on early in the process.” ~ Beth Davis Pitt, CPA

Atlanta, GA

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