Business Leader Cindy Clark with CC Transformational Coaching Loves Working With Her Clients

Cindy ClarkIntroducing Cindy Clark with CC Transformational Coaching.

1. Who do you work with?

I work mainly with women business owners and on occasion, will work with non-profits.

2. What is the most time consuming thing you do within your business?

The most time consuming thing I do is research. When I’m working with a client, I learn everything I can about them and their business so I can educate myself on how I can best serve them.

Cindy Clark with CC Transformational Coaching3. Who has had a big impact on you personally or professionally?

Personally, my husband is my biggest cheerleader. His support means the world to me! Professionally, I have many friends and colleagues that support me. Being in business for almost 15 years, I’ve met several wonderful, positive people who have (and continue to) support me. I wouldn’t be where I am without all of them.

One of my favorite sayings is: Everyone enters your life for a reason; we just need to have our eyes and heart open to see the lesson we can learn from them.

4. What advice would you give to someone thinking about starting their own business?

My advice would be (and has been): Keep your mind open to learning. Learn everything you can about what it is you want to do. Be absolutely clear on your purpose and your mission. Having a heart-centered business, you will always go far. Keep your mind focused on your mission and vision: Why did you start this business? Who do you want to serve? What do you want to provide for others? Surround yourself with positive, supportive people. Have faith and believe in yourself and your mission, no matter what.

Cindy Clark, Life and Business Coach
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Business Leader Susan Stone Belton

Susan Stone BeltonBusiness Name: Susan Stone Belton

Year business started: 2007

I love kids! I decided at age 5 to work with children when I grew up, and  now have done so for over 45 years. My work experiences include operating home-based preschools, leading Gymboree classes for babies and toddlers, teaching teenagers with emotional and behavioral problems in juvenile hall, and managing crisis hotlines for parents and teens. And I am the proud mother of two successful young adults: a 28 year old son and a 24 year old daughter.

About five years ago, I decided to combine my skills and experiences into my own business, being able to work more directly with families on a personal level. And I wanted to also focus on my speaking services.  My business has steadily grown, and I love my work. But I am challenged daily, like all small business owners, on finding the time to both provides the services and also market and grow the business.


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