BellTower Consulting Group’s CEO, LaKeesha, recently appeared as a guest on the Six Figures Lab hosted by Natalie Eckdahl. In this session, LaKeesha shared her journey toward starting her own business, the impact of grant writing on the community, and the importance of having a dream team.
When LaKeesha first began her grant consultancy firm, she was a generalist. Working with many different types of grant-seeking agencies. Eventually, BellTower transitioned into its current nice of helping Cities and Counties Win Grants. This move helped her narrow her focus and expertise, and as a result, her business grew. LaKeesha talked about how her work has positively impacted the community and how she feels that her business is fulfilling a bigger purpose.
LaKeesha also emphasized the importance of having a dream team. She discussed her team’s role in the growth of her business and how she has built a culture of collaboration and mutual support. She believes this has been critical to the success of BellTower Consulting Group.
Another key topic LaKeesha touched upon was implementing Asana into the project management system. She shared her experience of how this helped her team to stay organized, efficient, and focused on the most important tasks. LaKeesha also highlighted the importance of setting expectations early to avoid misunderstandings and ensure everyone is on the same page.
Finally, LaKeesha talked about BellTower Consulting Group’s word of the year, THRIVE. She explained how this word represents the company’s commitment to growing, evolving, and making a positive impact. LaKeesha shared her vision for the future of her business and how she plans to continue thriving in the years to come.
Overall, LaKeesha’s appearance on Six Figures Lab was a testament to her journey toward success. Her insights and experiences are valuable for anyone looking to start a business, build a team, or positively impact their community. We wish her all the best in her future endeavors.
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