Angie Fisher founded and created Coaching Success Systems in 2011 as a way to provide busy business owners with the full range of resources they need to accomplish their goals. What began as a part-time position became a full-time, thriving business by 2012, providing copywriting, graphic design, administrative and marketing assistance, and more, to several successful coaching entrepreneurs. As a mother of three children and an entrepreneur, Angie understands the importance of providing solutions that will help you reduce stress, grow your personal wealth, decrease overwhelm, stabilize your business during hectic times and find more free time to do what you enjoy.
Right before she hired her first team member in 2011, she took advice from mentors to create packages. The packages ended up being a disaster and didn’t fit in her. She figured out you have to be careful when you have coaches and trust blindly.
Her goal was to grow her business while working her other job. She found herself still working long hours after leaving her other job and needed to pull back. At a networking meeting, she realized she needed to build a team.
Leading by example means respect, communication and taking accountability. She also practiced this in her life, not just work. Having an attitude of “we’re all in this together”.
She is working with a new coach and is excited about a new point of view. A lot of new changes, new programs and new clients.
Having open communication and meetings with her team. Keeping communication open, and having a project management system. All things come back to communication, and ensuring you have a good flow with everyone in your business.
To listen to her gut. Intuition is huge, and it can drive you in the right direction or keep you from moving forward.
“Walk with the dreamers, the believers, the courageous, the cheerful, the planners, the doers, the successful people with their heads in the clouds and their feet on the ground. Let their spirit ignite a fire within you to leave this world better than when you found it...” - Wilferd Peterson