I've been spending most of this week clearing up projects getting ready for a new year. I'm so excited about the plans I have for Good Morning Gwinnett. I will be moving going into the studio to broadcast the show live from there starting on Monday. This is a big move for me, because I've gotten so comfortable working from home, now I have to create a new habit of getting out of the house by 8:30 so that I will have time to set the show up, but I'm ready to do that.
Some of the things I have planned is to grow a community around Good Morning Gwinnett, that's why I launched the Gwinnett Business Breakfast Club. We will meet the 2nd & 4th Fridays of the month to get together and mastermind over breakfast. I will do a live broadcast to introduce some of the members before we go live on our mastermind. This is exciting to me, because it gives me the opportunity to expand the awareness of the show.
The next thing I'm doing is launching the Monthly Morning Star Award. This gives people the opportunity to nominate someone who brightens their day for a $25 breakfast gift certificate. The next thing I'm launching is the 1st Annual Cereal Eating Contest. I think this will be so fun. The winner of the contest will win $200 and a trophy. The contest will take place on April 23, 2022 at Rhodes Jordan Park in Lawrenceville.
Normally I talk business on the show only on Tuesday, starting in 2022 I will be talking business on each episode in the second segment which starts about 10:45. That segment is called #MillionDollarYear. Some days I will have guest, so that segment will be dedicated to the guest after I read the daily horoscopes.
In this podcast episode I talk to Attorney LeTonya F. Moore and she shares with us how we can go about structuring our business so that we will be able to leave behind a legacy for our family. This interview was so good that LeTonya will b joining me again next week for part two of Creating A Legacy Business.
More About LeTonya:
LeTonya F. Moore, JD is an American attorney-entrepreneur, author, and media personality. She boasts more than 15 years of professional experience and has leveraged what she has learned to show others how to create a legacy and protect their brand. She is affectionately called the Global Brand Protector™. She earned that moniker by assisting emerging companies with expanding their message into the global marketplace using her 360° Brand Protection Methodology™. The 360° Brand Protection Methodology™ is a process that combines several aspects of business and legal principles that go beyond traditional methods to assist entrepreneurs in creating a legacy that benefits multiple generations.
She has spent several years advocating for both family and business success. LeTonya Moore served as a federal defense attorney with the Departments of Housing & Urban Development, Veterans Affairs, and Health & Human Services prior to striking out on her own. During that time, she served an advisor to top agency officials and managers. Her areas of expertise were employment discrimination, sexual harassment, regulatory law, ethics, whistleblower, wrongful termination, employee grievances, arbitrations, and mediations. This experience fueled her passion to help businesses and families succeed. LeTonya is a licensed attorney with focal areas in tax resolution, intellectual property, business & entrepreneurship, and family law. For more information about LeTonya Moore visit www.letonyamoore.com
Make sure to tune in next Thursday at 11am est. for part two of Creating A Legacy Business.
Until Next Time
Make It A Great Day!
My guest today is Jennifer Rusz, CEO of Sterling Rose Corporation located in Gwinnett County, Georgia. Jennifer and her team offer an array of services which includes business planning, business consulting, technology consulting and marketing. The company is very accomplished. Sterling Rose Consulting Corp was accepted earlier this year to become members of the Forbes Finance Council, an invitation-only organization for executives in accounting, financial planning, wealth and asset management, and investment firms.
In order to qualify as a member of the Forbes Finance Council, a candidate must hold an executive role at an accounting, financial planning, wealth and asset management, or investment firm with a headquarters or office located in North America with a minimum of $1 million in annual revenue. The Forbes Finance Council looks for executives whose success in the financial services industry has been recognized publicly and who give back to the community.
Listen to my interview with Jennifer.
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