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Brittany S. Collins Consulting Helping Businesses Get their Power Back

Feeling lost is a perfectly understandable human experience. At least once in one’s lifetime, figuring out where to go and what to do can be a struggle. However, as Coach Brittany Collins rightly puts it, being lost is not fatal. However, instead, a unique opportunity to look inward for a solution or, in most cases, reach out to people with the experience who can help identify challenges, face them head-on and become unstoppable.

Brittany S. Collins is a serial entrepreneur, writer, author, marketing coach, and program manager for a Detroit-based Public School Community District reading and literacy-based non-profit organization. She is also the founder and CEO of Brittany S. Collins Consulting, a home-based, virtual coaching business specializing in helping start-up, service-based entrepreneurs retain and increase profits through identifying their Perfect Client and Power Message.  

Coach Brittany is a master of her craft and has spent the last few years honing her skills practically and with the required certifications, including an Associate’s degree in business and a bachelor’s degree in business administration with a marketing concentration. In addition, she holds a Master’s degree in management with a leadership concentration. She is currently pursuing her Doctoral degree in Education.  

Armed with over a decade of experience working in retail, customer service, management, marketing, and entrepreneurship, Coach Brittany founded Brittany S. Collins Consulting to help her clients identify where they are currently in their business and where they need to be. Through several proven strategies and evaluations, the firm helps them identify struggles that keep them from marketing their business effectively and ways to overcome these struggles. At the same time, they forge forward to reach their goal of becoming visible in the marketplace. 

With offers including one-on-one and group coaching, Brittany S. Collins Consulting recognizes each client’s challenges and peculiarities in defining their target audience and crafting a marketing message. “Your marketing objectives can be met with assistance by developing a plan of action to overcome hurdles that are blocking you from your “Why.” Your “why” is a feeling that drives you to perform the work you want to do and gives you a reason to do what you do. It is your goal, and it is what propels you to move. Your “why” also encourages others to act. When you place your “why” in your message, it motivates prospects to do business with you because they identify with your purpose. People are attracted to businesses they believe in. Nothing can stop you from achieving your marketing objectives if you are solid in your “Why.” Brittany, the CEO, shared.

Thanks to advancing technology, Brittany S. Collins Consulting has adopted a mode of operation that allows beneficiaries from around the world to benefit from the firm’s virtual coaching, strategic planning, and solution development, with a particular focus on helping each client build up confidence, authenticity, and visibility in the marketplace. 

Coach Brittany considers herself unstoppable not only because of her services but because of how the services are delivered, “My services are not for everyone. I cater to a specific group of people who can benefit from my coaching. My marketing and message will not speak to anyone if I attempt to cater to everyone. I have a niche that is far more likely to be remembered. By having a niche, I can speak directly to my ideal client. I go above and beyond, from personable marketing coaching to quality service, providing clients with the best marketing solutions for their business versus the cookie-cutter strategies out there. Experience, expertise, my niche, and value set me apart from the competition.” She gushed. 

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