SBLs 012: Soji’s Business Lessons Podcast Episode 12 - www.sojifagade.com

SBLs 012: Soji’s Business Lessons Podcast Episode 12

By Soji Fagade | Blog

Jul 06

My guest today is LaTisha Styles. Latisha is a business coach who successfully transitioned from 9-5 to entrepreneur.  Listen in as she shares her compelling story with us.

She now helps start ups and small business owners make that transition too.  In this episode, she shares about how she made the transition and gives some super tips on lead generation and the process she goes through to acquire new clients.  

Please listen to the end as Latisha has a free gift for our listeners.  

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You can reach LaTisha by going to her website www.latishastyles.com or to any of her social media handles

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My special thanks go to LaTisha for her time and for sharing her journey with you our listeners. Till next week, it’s bye for now.

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About the Author

Hi, I’m Soji Fagade. I am an entrepreneur and I just love everything (well almost everything) about business. In terms of formal education, I earned bachelors degrees in Sociology and Law. I practiced as a solicitor for a while, but I have always been involved in business. While in University a friend and I ran a business that manufactured hand crafted door name plaques and wooden children's toys. In the early stages of my legal career with Harkavys - a London firm of solicitors, I walked away to run Sabo Foods – an exotic foods wholesale packaging and distribution business that I had founded a few years prior with my dear friend Goke. Together, Goke and I grew Sabo Foods into a thriving household name and brand within the industry. That business consistently generated millions of pounds in revenue for years. This accomplishment of starting a business from the ground up and turning it into a success that remained operational for nearly twenty years was not without its challenges, many of which we overcame through dedication, passion and simple trial and error. Along the way I have provided business development and consultancy services to many small business owners who were stuck or simply uncertain what the next move should be. Through business coaching, strategic product development and team building exercises, I have successfully helped small businesses launch products and services, move forward with purpose toward brighter and more profitable futures.

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