Sage, flavorful business strategies framed in poignant holiday memories, this comical set of recordings entertains, educates, and engages entrepreneurs with life lessons that resonate in business.
Chicago, Illinois Nov 21, 2021 (Issuewire.com) – To kick off Thanksgiving, established Chicago entrepreneur, Randi Brill releases 14 Posy: The Thanksgiving Sage episodes on YouTube. Brill, an established entrepreneur in her own right, shares her personal reflections of family, Thanksgiving memories, and her mother’s wise entrepreneurial life lessons in this audio collection for entrepreneurs. Brill created these recordings six years after her mother’s death to capture the incredible insights her mother shared. Framed in holiday planning and antics, each episode contains a Life Lesson for entrepreneurs everywhere.
Brill founded and runs JUST CALL RANDI, her entrepreneurial coaching business, and believes Thanksgiving is the ideal time to share and give back to other entrepreneurs, even when doing so means sharing her own private recollections. According to Brill:
“We’re a special breed, entrepreneurs. We see the world differently, discovering new ideas and strategies wherever we are–including in the kitchen. My mother, Posy, never built or ran her own business, (Honey, it just wasn’t done in my day.), but she raised two kids who both do. Turns out, she was one smart MOMtrepreneur. Because her Life Lessons will resonate with entrepreneurs and could help make a difference to others, I’m sharing this set of personal audio recordings. Entrepreneurs weigh risks; it’s what we do. Putting my family’s personal stories out there to help others is a risk I’m always willing to take.”
In addition to JUST CALL RANDI, Brill runs multiple entrepreneurial companies in Chicago and is also the author of 99 Creative Wows: Words of Wisdom for Business. Brill’s first WOW reads: Family First and this collection prove her commitment to these important priorities. Brill’s entrepreneurial coaching business, JUST CALL RANDI, typically coaches entrepreneurs who have been running their businesses for at least 5 years with revenue at or close to $1M – $10M.
Long-time colleague, Rebecca Graziano, Chief Entrepreneur at RZG Editorial Solutions says, “Everyone who works with Randi knows she excels at helping others find their next path. It comes down to this: Would I hire Randi Brill to coach me? With the last dollar in my pocket.” Entrepreneurs begin with six virtual CREATIVITY LEADs 1:1 Coaching Sessions to shape visions, untangle obstacles, and transform plans into reality. JUST CALL RANDI also offers an array of five add-on creative services to provide entrepreneurs immediate creative acceleration support. Brill provides a complimentary 60-minute ASK ME ANYTHING session to determine that the fit works.
A Carnegie-Mellon University graduate, Brill launched her first business, Quarasan, at 25 in her Morton Grove basement. She still runs Quarasan along with a diverse array of other nested operating entities. Brill didn’t name her coaching consultancy JUST CALL RANDI; her clients did because regardless of what she calls any of her companies when clients need help or solutions, they JUST CALL RANDI.
Randi may be reached directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or 312-848-0325 or 312-371-9402. And yes, she typically checks her email even while cooking her Thanksgiving side dishes. (Randi has achieved many great results, but making the turkey simply isn’t one of them! That, she delegates!). We did tell you she’s an entrepreneur, right? Upfront about her entrepreneurial journey, Brill shared her first-hand, “the-hard-way” learning in her book, 99 Creative WOWs: Words of Wisdom for Business and speaks candidly about her journey in what she calls her “one-woman stand-com” because there’s no time to sit in her sit-com!
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