TULSA, OK – Jill Donovan, a “mom-preneur” and founder of popular jewelry company Rustic Cuff, has joined the online educational platform and industry leading business training site Thrive15as a business coach. Donovan joins a prestigious list of mentors on the site that includes Entrepreneur’s Source® founder, Terry Powell, Executive Vice President of Operations for Walt Disney World® Resort, Lee Cockerell, and WWII veteran and international entrepreneur, Jack Nadel.
Donovan spent years as an attorney and law professor at the University of Tulsa before starting her business, Rustic Cuff, in 2011. Donovan’s start as the founder of Rustic Cuff came from devoting hours on the floor of her guest bedroom to make gifts for friends and family members. Donovan’s products have been featured on the cover of Oprah’s O Magazine, and other top publications including Bella Magazine, Redbook, Seventeen, Elle Magazine, and several others. Donovan’s cuffs have also been worn by countless celebrities including Oprah, Giuliana Rancic, Miranda Lambert, and several others.
Donovan, who is a branding expert and “mom-preneur,” has published several powerful trainings for aspiring businesspeople as a incredible business coach. Some of her top courses include titles such as Product Creation: How to Develop a Prototype, Overseas Manufacturing: How to Mass Produce Your Product, Creating the Perceived Value Your Product Deserves, and Refining Your Big Idea into a Big Time Product.
Thrive15.com provides practical and engaging business training for people who want to start a business, grow a business, or advance in their careers. Subscribers to www.thrive15.com have unlimited access to a growing library of business trainings that cover topics ranging from sales and accounting, essential skills needed to run a successful and growing business, to management and website optimization. Subscriptions to the educational site are cost effective and start at $19 per month.
Rustic Cuff Founder Teams Up With Thrive15.com as Business Coach
TULSA, OK – Founder of the celebrity-endorsed Rustic Cuff, Jill Donovan has teamed up with Thrive15 as a business coach, an online educational platform whose mission is to provide practical and engaging business training for people who want to start a business, grow a business, or advance in their careers. Donovan joins a prestigious list of mentors on the site that includes former Executive Vice President of Operations for Walt Disney World® Resort, Lee Cockerell, bestselling and Pulitzer Prize-nominated author, Clifton Taulbert, and “mom-preneur” and founder of popular DIY blog Handmade Charlotte, Rachel Faucett.
Donovan, who spent years as an attorney and law professor at the University of Tulsa, started her business, Rustic Cuff, in 2011 after creating and gifting cuffs made on the floor of her guest bedroom to friends and family. Donovan’s products have since been featured on the cover of Oprah’s O Magazine and have been worn by countless celebrities including Oprah, Broadway star, Kristen Chenoweth, Miranda Lambert, and several others.
Donovan is a “mom-preneur” business coach, and branding expert and has already added a number of helpful trainings for subscribers to the educational site. Some of her top trainings include titles such as Refining Your Big Idea into a Big Time Product, Pricing: How to Price Your Product Effectively, Creating the Perceived Value Your Product Deserves, and Power of Social Proof: 7 Moves for Generating Massive Momentum.
Thrive15.com offers effective business training for a fraction of the cost of traditional business workshops and conferences. Subscriptions on the site start at $19 per month and provide unlimited access to the entire library of business courses that cover topics ranging from branding, accounting, essential skills needed to run an effective business, personal development, and search engine optimization.
Learn more about Jill Donovan and her expert trainings by visiting www.thrive15.com.
NBA Hall of Famer Teaches the Process of Becoming an Effective Leader as Business Coach
SAN ANTONIO, TX – NBA Hall of Fame basketball player and member of the 1992 U.S. Olympic “Dream Team,” David Robinson, has teamed up with Thrive15 as a business coach to teach about the process of becoming an effective leader. Robinson, who is a two time NBA Champion, has demonstrated his leadership skills not only on the court, but off the court as well. In 2001, Robinson founded the Carver Academy in San Antonio, with the desire to teach elementary-age children valuable social skills including how to become leaders with discipline and integrity. Robinson also has co-founded the Admiral Capital Group, a private equity firm with a portfolio that includes nine upscale hotels, Centerplate, one of the top hospitality companies in the world, and Academy Sports + Outdoors.
In his training, The Process of Becoming an Effective Leader, Robinson explains how, in his own life and career, he has had to step into leadership roles and learn to become effective as a leader and business coach. One of the key points that Robinson makes in the training is that, as a leader, one must know their own strengths and weaknesses. Without this component, according to Robinson, it becomes difficult to lead people effectively. Another great point that Robinson distinguishes is that leaders must look out for the people they are leading.
In addition to his business trainings, Robinson, who is a U.S. Naval Academy alumnus, and has partnered with Thrive15.com and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Hiring Our Heroes Program to provide practical business training for America’s military. The 1 for 1 Hand-up program on Thrive15 offers a free subscription for U.S. veterans, active duty service members, and their spouses.
Visit www.thrive15.com to learn more about David Robinson and his leadership training.