No More Feast or Famine

Five Steps to a Sustainable Workload and Income

It is possible to shape your work to work for your life.

If you have a talent and a passion for your craft and you are driven to make a business out of it and are willing to take responsibility for your own success: hustle, work on your business and yourself, I believe you deserve for your business to be successful. I want to share my system with you.

Who Should Register:

  • Someone who has a business and is physically and emotionally exhausted keeping it all going – desperate to replace the chaos with calm.
  • Someone eager to leave her job and launch her own business but doesn’t know how or if she can make a living.
  • Someone who would like to earn more money from his hobby on the side.

Course Curriculum

Module 1, Featuring Step 1: Dollars and Hours
Module 2, Featuring Step 2: Offers and Rates
Module 3, Featuring Step 3: Reasonable Combo
Module 4, Featuring Step 4: Calendar Check
Module 5, Featuring Step 5: Promote and Book

What's included?

6 Videos
1 Multimedia
6 PDFs
2.0
Stephanie Hartman
Stephanie Hartman
Founder, Catalyst Performance Consulting

About the instructor

At the helm of Catalyst Performance Consulting, is Stephanie Hartman who, for more than 19 years, has provided Leader, Team and Organization Effectiveness consultation in several industries such as: higher education, financial services, technology, construction, government and defense, agriculture, and non-profits. Both analytical and commerce-driven, Stephanie is able to cross the barriers of technical knowledge and business jargon to talk about management and organizational matters in way that feels real and relatable. She’s a straight-shooting cheerleader, enthusiastically rooting for you while debunking the beliefs that keep small business leaders playing small.

Stephanie has a Master of Science degree in Industrial and Organizational Psychology from Lamar University and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with special studies in Human Resources from St. Mary’s University. Early in her career, she worked with large companies, most notably Raytheon Company, as an internal consultant specializing in Organization Effectiveness. There she honed her ability to move fluidly among conversations with engineers, executives, and human resources to become a bridge between technical challenges and people matters. She saw how applying Change Management, Systems, and Organizational Psychology models, processes, and techniques helped leaders and organizations achieve incredible levels of performance. She came to believe that applying the same techniques she was using in a big-company environment could work just as well for small businesses.

In 2010 Stephanie got to put this theory to the test when she and her husband Ryan moved to the Columbia River Gorge to raise their family. Inspired by the vibrant economy in this small-but-stunning region, Stephanie established Catalyst Performance Consulting as a way for her to become a meaningful part of the business community. As such she has experienced all the joys and challenges that business ownership brings and brings with her a degree of empathy and compassion than can only come from having walked in her clients’ shoes. Stephanie is great at staying present with people in emotionally-charged situations. She has the courage to say hard stuff as well as to hear it. She loves helping people gracefully handle sticky employee performance issues and figure out how to make their business dreams a reality.

Stephanie also gets energized spending time with her husband, sons and friends—especially if involves wandering through the woods or playing on the beach, shopping for vintage fashion or decorating for a theme party.

stephanie@catalyst-performanceconsulting.com

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