Growing Your Business By Avoiding Mistakes

Growing Your Business By Avoiding Mistakes

August 10, 2018

Written by: Jennifer Jimbere | Productivity & Profitability Coach for Business Leaders

Mistakes happen and they can be costly. As Jennifer Jimbere’s Business Support Manager, I have seen the amazing difference her strategies have made for business people, including myself. 

Jennifer’s coaching comes from her desire to truly help people.  By giving them tools to use in the day to day whirlwind of their business, she helps them increase their productivity and their profitability.

Growing Your Business By Avoiding Mistakes


If you have never worked with a coach before, you may not understand how effective they can be.  A good coach can help you focus your effort and attention in the right places.  They will be there as a cheerleader, and a well-trained coach can shift into mentor, and adviser for you.  They will teach you the importance of accountability. 

As a member of Jennifer’s team, I can assure you that being accountable to one another keeps us all sharp and on point.  It helps us with our focus and inspires us to always be improving.  We are also able to see the clear results that come from putting in the effort required to make something happen.

The Importance of Coaches

One of the biggest areas where a coach is invaluable is in their ability to help you avoid mistakes that can impair your success, thereby saving you time and money.  This will allow you to reach your goals and objectives more quickly. 

You can receive some shortcuts for reaching your potential by signing up for Jennifer’s email series  “Avoid These Mistakes”.

Whether you need some assistance for a short period of time or on an ongoing basis, a coach can help relieve your stress and help you achieve your goals.  Taking care of yourself both physically and mentally is the most important job you have.  Everything else depends on it. 

If you aren’t sure about the services a coach can offer, take a moment and visit Jennifer’s website.  I can assure you that she has a service that could change your life!

Jennifer Jimbere is the President of Jimbere Coaching and Consulting, Co-Founder at Radical Joy Seeking Women’s Club and Partner at Thrive Experts.

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What we think is possible is just the beginning.  Jennifer is inviting you to step into the world of possibility with her. She would love for more professionals to know they don’t need to go this alone and that those costly mistakes can be avoided when you have a trusted confidant by your side. 

Having a positive, knowledgeable and driven confidant by their side can help them to create a plan and show up consistently. She prides herself in supporting others to be more productive and profitable. 

Brenda Vokey-Tait 
Business Support Manager for the Jimbere Coaching and Consulting team


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