Meet Your Merchant: Helping people achieve their dreams
Meet Your Merchant
Name of business: LifeSuccess Thinking Into Results
Description: Working with Bob Proctor, the No. 1 success educator in the world, I offer a 12-lesson course instructing people on how to increase their confidence and their income, and define and reach goals and dreams in their personal and professional lives.
Owner: Trisha Evans, partnered with the Proctor Gallagher Institute
City: Glenwood Springs
Date business opened: January 2015
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How did your business start?
I have studied personal growth and success for over 20 years. But when I saw this program, I realized it was the best I’d ever seen, and I had to be a part of it. And, of course, working with Bob Proctor and Sandy Gallagher is such an honor.
What do you sell?
We’ve all had dreams. But it’s so easy to lose sight of them. We get distracted by doubt, fear and life in general, and before we know it weeks, months, years and even a lifetime have passed us by, and we’ve lost our focus. We all have within us everything we need to move into the life we crave. This 12-week program helps people uncover what’s needed to move forward and come up with the step-by-step plan to do it. Before someone signs up for the program, I offer a complimentary consultation. We discuss a little about who they are, where they are now, where they want to be in five years, 10 years, etc. We talk about what they are doing now to reach goals and decide if this program is a good fit for them.
Why do you like what you do?
It is fascinating to watch my clients define their goals. It is so rewarding to then help them move towards dreams that sometimes have been put aside for a good part of their lives. And then watch them achieve them or even surpass them. I can’t think of anything better.
What strategy do you use to hire good people?
I work alone.
What is your strategy for growth in the next year?
To continue to share this program with everyone that is interested. I would like to get to know better the business community on the Western Slope and their needs, and how I can help them to continue to move forward. This program also works for any area of a person’s life, not just business.
What is the best thing about running a business here?
The people on the Western Slope are so varied and diverse, they always keep you guessing and interested. And they are very supportive of each other. This program really changes lives. It’s an honor to assist in that process.
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