Elli St.George Godfrey

Elli St.George Godfrey guides small business owners as they expand in their own community or internationally using her 3 Keys Coaching process helps clients not only navigate growth stages. With each stage of the 3 Keys coaching process, we tackle strategic planning, goal setting, managing change, organizational development and managing the stress and feelings of overwhelm that often plague small to mid-size business owners and executives. This results in clients feeling confident in identifying and developing strategies to be more effective leaders, plan more creatively, increase revenues and overcome the fears and obstacles that interfere with building thriving small to mid-sized businesses. I am also Chief Community Manager of Kaizen Biz and Host of Twitter chat, #KaizenBiz (a chat that uses the concept of "kaizen" for continual improvement in how we think and act in business). Please visit www.abilitysuccessgrowth.com/about/ to learn more and I look forward to meeting you in a complimentary coaching session.


Posts by Elli:


Is Your Business a Microclimate?


Businesses which are more fertile microclimates are less vulnerable to the "weather" of the economy or other market variations. Their managers and leaders do certain things that make it possible to...

Taking the Irreversible Step


Decision point. We know that having a vision for your organisation is more than a fantasy of what the business could be. This is scary stuff to act on our desires. It sounds so grandiose...

How To Be an E.G.G.


Do you feel as if the momentum you started with at the new year is slipping away? Are you an […]

Failure, Success, and Can-Do Attitude


What is in your philosophical soup? Not only are there national ideas about failure and success but there are class definitions and family definitions...

Finding Your "Can-Do" Attitude


One of the most pervasive themes in American thought comes out of the pioneering spirit that settled and built a nation. It's the "Can-Do" attitude. It's really not unique to America though.

Later Isn't Coming: 5 Strategies to Stop Procrastination


Tired of last minute rushes to get things done? Wonder why you seem to lose things or forget where you […]

Are You an Agent of Change?


One of the top ten skills needed to be an effective leader is managing change. The day-to-day operations command our attention but this can become the death spiral of our small businesses.

Would You Really Do That?


What would you do for a million euros? Not only does this raise questions about one's value system but it opens the floodgates of our imagination and our fears.