Take Your Business to Another Level With CEO Charletta Taylor

Charletta  is an International Speaker/Coach/Aspiring Author.  She is the President of Quality of Life, a nonprofit whose mission is to strengthen families.  Her Business is Another Level Coaching & Consulting.  Her coaching speciality is Life & Relationships and the main emphasis is on Women’s Empowerment.  The business consulting portion of her company focuses on taking entrepreneurs to the next level.  Charletta Has an educational background in Business Management & Theology. 

Charletta has been the Guest Contributor on both local and international podcasts.  Most recently topics have ranged from Mental Health in the Black Community and Fighting Injustice.  

Charletta is now booking workshops for groups of 10 or more. Current topic: “Why Am I Here?” After this workshop, you will never again wonder why you wasted time on a dead end job, in a boring meeting, at a lifeless party, or on a date with no potential…you will learn the value of putting meaning to the people and places that you spend your time with. Because time is not money, you can always make more money but you cannot make more time. 

Contact 1-636-795-2163

(30% off if you mention this ad, must book by 10/30/2020)

PWH: What inspired your start in coaching?
CT: My inspiration for coaching stemmed from a desire to see women achieve a successful balance in every area of their lives. In business, family, relationships, etc.   
After my mom passed I began to ask myself, “Is this how I want to be remembered?”  I was grateful for my position in Corporate America, but I wasn’t fulfilled. I wasn’t living up to the potential of my Purpose and deep down I knew it. 
I was overworked, overweight, and constantly overwhelmed.  When I changed my life, lost 60 lbs, and took control of my destiny, I wanted to show other women how to do it. 

PWH: What is the passion behind your nonprofit “Quality of Life”?
CT: I love the babies lol…As a Single Mom, my passion began by simply wanting to help make life better for younger Single Moms.  I believe that creates a better quality of life for their children.  Fast forward, our focus is still on children, but we have changed the mission to strengthening families.  The passion behind that is wanting to see all hands on deck to make sure children succeed in life.  

PWH: What are 3 tips you have to help entrepreneurs get to the next level?
CT: • Never underestimate the power of making a genuine connection.

 •  Remove the limits.  Think big when it comes to your vision. If it’s not for you, who is it for? 

•. Establish a charitable giving program.  I believe that when you have a desire to help people that are less fortunate, God finds a way to expand your territory.  You are not only a vessel, but you allow yourself to become a conduit.  

PWH: What can women expect when attending your workshops “Why Am I Here?”
CT: Women can expect to gain useful information that they can begin to implement immediately.  My workshops are fun and interactive, however they are also packed with a blend of sound wisdom, business principles, and practical information that you can apply.  No question is a dumb one and no relatable topics are off limits.  Conversations are candid.  They are real. Women can expect honest, helpful information that will save them a lot of time, money, and heartache if they apply the principles they learn.  

PWH: What is next for you and your brand?
CT: I am so excited to be working on a book.  I know that it is going to help so many people.  We are also launching an online store which will contain inspirational books and resources.  

Bonus: What is your definition of A Pretty Woman Who Hustle’s?
CT: My definition of a Pretty Woman Who Hustles is one who works hard to achieve her dreams and goals in life.  She doesn’t wait for someone to offer her a seat at the table.  She creates her own fabulous table and then she turns around and helps other Pretty Women build their own table! 

Jakia Cheatham - Myles

CEO/Founder of Pretty Women Hustle Magazine

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