Success is an inside job. Career Steps Coaching offers business and
career coaching that helps you do the work that truly fits you, set
powerful intentions, create an action plan, and achieve the results
you want. Susan Urquhart-Brown, expert career and small business
coach is the author of The Accidental Entrepreneur: 50 things I Wish
Someone Had Told Me About Starting a Business. As a catalyst for
positive change, Susanís goal is to help you create your right
livelihood, one that satisfies and inspires you. Susan offers a
balanced professional perspective and practical wisdom for
integrating work, learning, and play.
Join the Magnetic
Susan is offering a new workshop: Magnetic Marketing: Attract
your Perfect Clients! Tuesdays starting February 26, 2013! Click here for more info
Susan is offering the 2nd
Annual Power of Presence Retreat in Maya Tulum, Mexico in 2013.
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Personal Business Coach, has been selected as one of two small
business authors for the The Hiscox Small Business Author
Series. Check out her YouTube video and blog post with
plenty of tips for starting and growing a successful business.
Combine Online and Offline Marketing to Rev Up Sales
If youíre running a business, people
want to meet you. One-on-one contact builds trust and credibility.
But they also want to be able to go to your website and learn more
about your business, read an article youíve written or watch a
video. Whether youíre an aspiring or established entrepreneur, the
best way to promote your product or service is to combine offline
and online marketing.
As a career and small business coach in
Oakland, California, Susan Urquhart-Brown is committed to
helping clients bridge the gap between where they are now in
their career or business, and where they want to be.
Career Steps Consulting helps experienced
professionals reconnect with their passion, determine their
goals, and build a powerful career. If you can answer YES to
any of the following questions, we can help you.
If you are tempted to answer the
call of entrepreneurship, your critical first step is to make sure
the label fits. You might be the best judge of your skill, but do
you know if that skill is marketable? Do you know if you have a
personality suited for entrepreneurship? Is owning a small business
aligned with your goals, priorities and values?