Need to clarify your vision? Refine your business model? Uncover opportunities for business growth? Beginning in February, on the second Thursday of each month, EnCorps45 will offer private business and marketing coaching. Sign up for one-on-one coaching with professional mentors. Before meeting with your coach, you’ll define your goals and outline the resources you need to move forward. Then we will work with you to achieve success!
Presented by EnCorps45 and sponsored by iWerx. Questions? Contact Terri S. Turner at Terri.S.Turner@iWerx.org
Coach & Connect October 19, 2017 8:00 am - 10:00 am
Hi. I’m Terri S. Turner, founder of TST Business Strategies, LLC, a boutique marketing and communications firm that specializes in business coaching for visionary business professionals and entrepreneur-thinking organizational teams. My clients seek to build their businesses through efficient, profit-making practices both online and offline.
My passion is to shine a light on you and your successes. I do this by fulfilling a business mission to support, inform and coach clients to acquire and use proven marketing and communications methods that build organizational efficiencies and generate increased profits.
With more than 30 years of experience boosting sales and business growth through developing outcome-based marketing and communications programs, I have been privileged to work with 100s of businesses, entrepreneurs, independent consultants (employee-preneurs), organizational leaders and boards of directors to streamline their online communication and craft marketing messages that speak to customers and prospects.
I also serve as a founding member of EnCorps45, a members-based movement for professionals 45 and older.
A graduate of the University of Missouri-Columbia, I hold a Bachelor of Journalism with a minor in Consumer Marketing. I am a certified management consultant and recipient of numerous Omni Awards for strategic marketing campaigns. To learn more about TST Business Strategies, LLC, check out my LinkedIn (www.linkedin.com/in/terristurner/) page.
Dear Bettie: My last visit to the grocery store left me sad and concerned for my parents. I was taken aback by the number of elderly people working there. I’m nearly 30 and work in the healthcare field. Upon the advice of my mom, I’ve already begun planning for my future. I am saving, paying down my college debt and have begun contributing to a retirement fund. It’s tough, but I don’t want to work at a grocery store when I’m in my 70s or 80s. Why are there so many seniors working at hourly jobs? It really scares me. Worried About Seniors Dear Worried About Seniors: First let me congratulate you on your financial planning. Many professionals of all generations could learn from your lead. It's important to save and plan for retirement as early as possible. Next, let me offer some calming thoughts. Your perception that seniors have to work at hourly jobs most likely applies to a very small segment of working older adults. AARP reports that retiring workers leave the full-time workforce and re-enter as part-time workers. Since the birth of the Boomer generation in the mid 1950s, life expectancy has increased from 68 years in 1950 to 79 years in 2010. Advances in healthcare make it possible for many Americans to live well into their 80s. Increased longevity not only challenges the timing of retirement, but also the societal norms of what people do in their 60s and 70s. Retirement is changing. People are working past…