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Kim has always been involved with helping people.
Realizing that so many people needed someone to help them navigate thru how to prevent overwhelm and burnout she started her business Inner Powered Leaders. She works with clients, teaching, speaking, and facilitating workshops to educate them on how to take back their lives.
Taking a leap in 2020 to online teaching was a huge challenge for Kim. She needed to figure out how to get her skills and knowledge to be online for people to use from all over the world. This is when she learned about membership sites and how impactful they are and that they allow for great revenue growth.
She reached out for advice on how to build a membership site which was now her primary goal. With the financial support from Community Futures Lakeland, she was able to launch the Membership Site Program that helped her find clarity in the audience, vision, and mission statement. She launched the site, Female Changemakers, on March 30, 2021. With the funding and assistance from Community Futures Lakeland, she now has this new business up and running.
Kim’s next steps are to reach as many female leaders as she can worldwide and help them end overwhelm and burnout in in the workplace and in their personal lives by embracing their feminine energy. She holds monthly free training classes. She continues to learn how to invite and welcome more women into the membership site.
Kim: “I am so excited for the growth of my business, continuing to expand the offerings within the site and to see more women find such transformation in their lives.”
Kim: “Find support and guidance. We cannot do it on our own. There are so many amazing resources right in our own community. Do not be afraid to invest in your business and in your own personal and professional development. It is a necessity to have growth.”
Kim: “I am so grateful for Community Futures Lakeland and what they offer, and for their guidance and support. Without them I would not have a business today.
When Marcy decided to go solo running the siding and eavestrough company when her business partners moved on to other ventures, her new start-up needed a financial boost.
With guidance and careful planning from Community Futures Lakeland's Business Analyst, Marcy successfully transitioned the business, and over the next 2 years started growing it from a seasonal part-time company into a year-round business with full-time staff.
Cold Lake, AB
“In 2014, I began planning to build a watersport business that would rent non-motorized equipment on Kinosoo Beach in Cold Lake, Alberta. I had no experience in business planning and management and while visiting the Rural Alberta Business Centre was recommended to seek out advice from Community Futures Lakeland in Bonnyville. Community Futures provided me with the mentorship, advice and financial tools to start my business.
As the business grows, so does my vision; I couldn’t be happier with my brand, reputation, and consistent growth.