Our guest today, Irene Tyndale, is one of the most positive and encouraging people I know, and I’m thrilled that you’re here to tune in to our conversation today!
In this episode, Irene shares her story about she went from getting fired from working at a hotel to one of Georgia’s most successful wedding planners and business mentors. She is also talking about a topic that I actually don’t focus on a lot, but definitely needs time in the spotlight: being of service to your clients as someone who works in a service-based job.
I admit that I focus a lot on the business side because that’s usually where creative entrepreneurs need help the most. However, sometimes, we can get so caught up in the business side of things that we sometimes forget that we’re here to service our clients first and foremost.
Meet Irene Tyndale and hear her journey into the wedding industry!
Taking a leap of faith to start your own business.
The power of a great customer experience.
What being a planner is really about: planning, managing, and executing.
All about Irene’s management course, Wedding Management Blueprint.
The business side of wedding planning versus the planning side of wedding planning.
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I help creative business owners sustainably scale their business so they can create a thriving career and work-life balance.
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I have experience speaking at both live and virtual events, educating creative and wedding entrepreneurs how to step into their role as CEO. If you're looking for speakers for your next conference, workshop, event, or the next guest for your podcast, I'd love to see how we can collaborate!
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