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Attitude that Gives You Latitude – Monthly Training

Current Clients attend for FREE! Call 727-487-1887 or Click here to Register Today!! Who should attend? + Business Owners + Executives + Entrepreneurs + Future Leaders + Key Managers This every month training is around a topic that is key to the success of any business owner or leader. These training sessions are perfect for leaders, managers, employees, and owners who are looking for a sharing of best practices in the areas of financials, marketing, sales, systems, recruitment, leadership, communication, planning, time management, online marketing, and much more!

Tony Utegaard: Fine Tuning the Engine of Success!

We recently sat down with Tony Utegaard, owner of Ps133, Inc. (a local business management firm), to discuss his experience with ActionCOACH Tampa Bay. Business and Life Before Coaching…. Tony started with ActionCOACH two and a half years ago when he realized he was at a point with his five companies that he could not go much further by himself.  Having met Ford Kyes nearly 10 years prior at BNI, Tony was aware Ford was experienced in orchestrating large companies and could provide a strong foundation to launch the companies into a direction, not even Tony himself could imagine.  “After knowing… Continue Reading

Case Study: Jeremy Jenkins—His & Hers Limo

We recently sat down with Jeremy Jenkins, owner of His & Hers Limo/Tampa Airport Limo to discuss his experience with ActionCOACH Tampa Bay. Life Before Business Coaching Prior to coaching Jeremy was looking to take his business to the next level. “I had purchased an established business a number of years ago, which had been in business since 1979, and I needed fresh ideas. I felt like something was lacking with the ‘cool factor’ of owning a business,” says Jenkins.  A year and a half ago, Jeremy met Juliet through the Tampa Bay Beaches Chamber of Commerce and decided to give… Continue Reading

Case Study: Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Florida Properties Group

We recently sat down with Alex Cramer, CFO, and Dewey Mitchell, Owner/Broker, of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Florida Properties Group (BHHS) to discuss their experience with ActionCOACH Tampa Bay.   Life Before Business Coaching BHHS’ coaching journey began in 2012 starting with one-on-one coaching with their Executive and Senior Management Teams of their various divisions.  A lot of good things were happening in the organization says Alex, they just needed to tighten some things up.  “Our needs for coaching were related to coordination and communication with the various business groups. We needed to gain a better focus on setting strategic plans and… Continue Reading

Case Study: Bright Results – The Symphony Agency

Making a Good Idea, Sing! The Symphony Agency We sat down with Lauren Davenport, CEO of The Symphony Agency to get some insight on her experience with ActionCOACH Tampa Bay! Business and Life Before Coaching… Lauren started coaching two years ago when her business was experiencing some growing pains. She started The Symphony Agency when she was in college with little business acumen and some years later, when her business was becoming successful, but she didn’t have the correct processes in place or a large enough team to accommodate this success and growth. Lauren confirms, “We knew it was going well… Continue Reading

National Nutrition Month: 20 Healthy Snacks to Enjoy at Work

National Nutrition Month—a nutrition appreciation and education movement—was created by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and is observed yearly during the month of March. The goal of the campaign is to direct attention to the value of making healthy choices when it comes to selecting what we consume. It is also aimed to expand awareness across communities nationwide of what constitutes a wholesome meal. National Nutrition Month plays an important role in focusing attention on creating an appropriate diet in both schools and the workplace. Therefore, now is the perfect time to consider taking a few of these scrumptious… Continue Reading

Inspirational Female Entrepreneurs

Inspirational Female Entrepreneurs

While women joining the workforce is nothing new, women now make up 29 percent of entrepreneurs, according to a 2015 article in The Atlantic. Although women have a key part to play in the workforce, they inherently face different challenges than male counterparts. For instance, a female business owner may choose to work part time to balance demands of work and family. Although much has changed in the last 100 years, women still face nuanced judgements and perceptions about their abilities and leadership capabilities. However, each day more female leaders continue to disprove outdated stereotypes. Below are some inspirational female… Continue Reading

Top Strategies for Managing Negative Feedback

Top Strategies for Managing Negative Feedback

It is almost impossible to please everyone 100 percent of the time. While many companies are going out of their way to advertise their services, it is not uncommon to come across negative feedback. Anytime someone comments negatively, do not panic. It is vital to note that it is not the negative feedback that matters, but rather how you deal with it. Here are strategies that will come in handy when dealing with negative feedback. Act Fast To gain trust back after a bad review, ensure that you address it immediately. A quick reply proves that the company has nothing… Continue Reading

Weekend Habits of Successful People

Weekend Habits of Successful People

As a business owner, your work never ends. You’re passionate about your business, and you probably extend your work long into the weekend. Some of the most successful people in the world face similar trials. But what made them successful also shows up in how they balance work and the weekend. Follow their example to create a better balance in your business for the long haul: Start your weekend off by allowing your mind to rest. Spencer Rascoff, CEO of Zillow, says unplugging gives him the chance to reflect on upcoming business prospects or new ideas so that he can… Continue Reading

Common Small Business Mistakes and How to Recover

Common Small Business Mistakes and How to Recover

Starting your own business can be fun, exciting and sometimes immensely rewarding. It can also be a minefield waiting to destroy the unprepared entrepreneur. However, like boot camp, if you get the right training and preparation before you start your business, you’ll move confidently through that minefield and be able to look back on the experience with pride. Here are a few mines to look out for: Not having enough capital is quite common among small businesses. Plan for what you think you’ll need, then double it. Here’s what the National Federation of Independent Business has to say about lack… Continue Reading

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