Atlanta, GA – Rachel Faucett, the founder of the popular DIY blog Handmade Charlotte, has joined as a business coach to teach blogging basics, focusing on what kind of content to create for prospective bloggers’ audiences. Faucett’s training adds to Thrive15.com’s growing library of practical and engaging courses for business owners and entrepreneurs. Thrive15 is a web-based educational platform that offers mentorship through access to trainings from industry leading businesspeople such as optometrist and serial entrepreneur, Dr. Robert Zoellner, Golden Gavel and Cavett Award winning speaker, Jim Cathcart, and decorated WWII veteran and international businessman, Jack Nadel. Thrive15.com’s video trainings combine each mentor’s experience in the field with practical action steps for subscribers.
Faucett’s road to success as a business owner has come through her successful blog, grossing over $1 million over its lifespan. Faucett’s prowess as a social media consultant for several top brands has also created avenues for her to reach out further into her audience’s niche. Throughout her career, Faucett has been able to advise and consult with companies such as P&G, Target, Disney, McDonalds, and several others. Handmade Charlotte has allowed Faucett to showcase her children’s clothing which has been featured in a number of big retailers including Wal-Mart, Michael’s stores, and Hobby Lobby.
Faucett, the quintessential “mom-preneur,” homeschooling her five children while working to grow her businesses, is an innovator in the realm of social media and blogging and now a phenomenal business coach. She has shared a number of tips based on her success that can be found on Thrive15.com. Some of the titles included on the site are: Market Research: Your Competition Has Done All of the Work for You, Females, It’s Okay to be Financially Motivated, Starting the Business: Dismantling the Safety Switch and Completely Going for It, Time Management: How a “Mom-Preneur” and Homeschooling Mother of Five Gets Things Done, and Starting a Million Dollar Online Business.
Handmade Charlotte Founder Teaches Time Management on Thrive15.com
Atlanta, GA – Handmade Charlotte founder, Rachel Faucett, has teamed up with the online educational platform Thrive15.com to teach time management. Thrive15.com provides practical and engaging business development training through a vast library of video courses. Unlike traditional business development seminars and conferences, Thrive15.com provides unrivaled access to successful business owners, entrepreneurs, and industry-leading professionals including decorated WWII veteran and founder of Jack Nadel International, Jack Nadel, NBA Hall of Fame basketball player, David Robinson, and bestselling and Pulitzer Prize-nominated author, Clifton Taulbert. Courses on the site cover everything from the basics of starting and operating a successful company to dealing with often complicated issues such as hiring and firing employees.
Rachel Faucett is a stay-at-home mom and entrepreneur or “mom-preneur,” serving as a social media and creative consultant as well as business coach for many popular brands. Her ability to balance her successful career in the DIY (do it yourself) industry and her life at home sets Faucett apart. In her training on the site entitled, Time Management: How a “Mom-Preneur and Homeschooling Mother of Five Gets Things Done, Faucett shares her tips for keeping things from falling apart by creating time for things like faith, family, and a growing career.
Faucett is a social media advisor for a number of internationally known brands including HP, Nestle, Home Depot, Subaru, and McDonalds. Faucett, who is also a creative designer, has developed products that can be found in several retailers across the United States including Wal-Mart, Anthropologie, Michael’s, and Hobby Lobby.
Faucett’s career is based upon her ability to manage her time effectively on a daily basis. As she shares in her training on the site, Faucett’s time management systems keep her moving towards success. Some of Faucett’s other trainings on Thrive15.com include titles like Market Research: Your Competition Has Done All of the Work for You; Females, It’s Okay to be Financially Motivated; Fake It Until You Make It – When You Run Into a Bear, Throw Up Your Arms; and Blogging 101: How Do I Know What Kind of Content to Create.
Handmade Charlotte Founder Teams Up with Online School as Business Coach
Atlanta, GA – Handmade Charlotte founder, Rachel Faucett, has teamed up with edtech startup Thrive15.com. The online educational platform, who has been called the “Kahn Academy for business,” provides practical and entertaining business development courses through a constantly growing library of video trainings. Unlike traditional business development courses, however, Thrive15.com provides unparalleled access to highly successful business and industry leaders such as real estate expert Michael Burer, legendary franchise and business coach, Terry Powell, and the award-winning author and publicist for Michael Jackson, Prince, and Nike, Michael Levine. Trainings on the site cover essential business topics for entrepreneurs, business owners, or business professionals who desire to grow in their current careers.
Faucett has built a successful career as a stay-at-home mom and entrepreneur or “mom-preneur,” serving as a business and social media consultant for many popular brands. As a result of her successful career in the DIY (do it yourself) market, Faucett has had the opportunity to consult and work with top companies that include Ford, Michael’s stores, Nestle, P&G, and Home Depot. Faucett products can be found in a number of retailers across the United States including Wal-Mart, Anthropologie, Michael’s, and Hobby Lobby.
Faucett is an inspiration for “mom-preneurs” around the world, proving that it is possible to care about one’s family and still have a successful career as an entrepreneur. Some of Faucett’s trainings on Thrive15.com include titles like Market Research: Your Competition Has Done All of the Work for You; Females, It’s Okay to be Financially Motivated; Fake It Until You Make It – When You Run Into a Bear, Throw Up Your Arms; Blogging 101: How Do I Know What Kind of Content to Create; and Time Management: How a “Mom-Preneur” and Homeschooling Mother of Five Gets Things Done.