Success – Completing The Puzzle S3 Ep. 40
“Add This Value To Your Life & Business” S3. Ep. 7
Do you want to go from Self Employed to Business Owner?
Would you like more than a “Lifestyle Business”?
Scaling a business is not a mission for a team of one. However, most small business owners do not know how to leverage human capital to create a business larger than themselves and their reach.
On this episode of BOSS Talk Radio, Serial Entrepreneur and Business Strategist Terry Simmons joins hosts George Dandridge Jr. EA and Sharita Humphrey CFEI to show you how to place the missing pieces to your businesses puzzle.
Terry G. Simmons, Jr. is the Founder and CEO of T Simmons & Company. T. Simmons and Company is a brand development, organizational development, and workforce development consulting firm. T. Simmons and Company has consulted organizations like Dow Chemical, United Healthcare, Essential Federal Credit Union, Louisiana Workforce Commission, National Institute on Health, and countless Workforce Investment Boards.
Mr. Simmons is also considered one of the top Small and Medium Business Consultants in the United States. Since 2004 Terry has helped 120+ businesses to grow their revenues to 6 and 7 figures by helping them to build compelling brands, innovative strategies, robust systems, and world class teams.
Outside of leading his companies, Mr. Simmons is most passionate about building strong communities, creating jobs, and developing young people.
Terry was raised in Reserve, LA. where he learned the merits of education, hard work, and a strong sense of community.
Entrepreneurship has always run through his veins, having started his first company at ripe young age of 19 years old. After experiencing modest success from 1994-2003, Terry had his first major breakthrough in 2004 after forging a partnership that would ultimately grow a small practice with 5 figure revenue into a multi-million-dollar enterprise in 3 short years. By using his sharp instincts to identify trends, his ability to develop talent, and his eye for building compelling brands, by 2006 Simmons had watched his company balloon to 5 offices and 35 employees.