Coach Re has been leading others to find prosperity like leaves on the tree through her Mind Your Business Now Program. The most successful people in the world had to start somewhere, and contrary to popular belief, it’s never too late to dust off your path to success. However, the road towards success is never easy, and business coaching is often a must, especially in the cutthroat world of business.
Fortunately, Renzie Richardson is here to help transform entrepreneurs into CEOs, a successful task that she has done for over two decades and counting. Richardson is the founder and CEO of the BHFL Group, impacting over 500 lives and organizations through the work that she has been putting out over the years. With the immense experience, knowledge, and expertise that she has gathered, she is now branching from one-on-one consulting into more group coaching-style programs.
Dubbed as Coach Re, Renzie Richardson is introducing her own tried and tested Mind Your Business Now! “12-Step Signature Coaching Program.” Through the program, she pairs her years of experience with a focus on uplifting women and minority-owned businesses with a formula to grow because that is what she wished she had when she first left her 9-to-5 job.
Richardson is soft spoken and has a warm, no-nonsense tone that she uses to help business owners, CEOs, and entrepreneurs be leaders with a vision to win. A common issue among many entrepreneurs and business owners is that they tend to give up when the going gets tough. They often feel stuck within their current stage of their businesses and give up on building a $MM enterprise. Coach Re hopes to remedy that by helping her clients understand how their mindset relates to their growth potential.
“Your business is you, and you are your business,” said Renzie Richardson. “How do the two link together? If you have a limiting mindset, your business growth is going to be limited.” The next piece of Richardson’s puzzle is leadership. “A lot of small businesses are great at what they do,” she added. “But they lack a foundation in leadership, and that can make or break their venture.”
Aspiring entrepreneurs can take Richardson’s online assessment to begin the process by booking a call. This assessment vets her potential clients to ensure that they are a good fit for her program and help them feel confident that her services are a good fit for them as well.
“From starting an entrepreneur journey to shifting into being the CEO of an enterprise—knowing how to grow and scale a business—there’s a huge void in that space,” she said. “That void is the space that I’m in. I help people understand how to go from working a gig to being a real CEO.”
Ultimately, Renzie Richardson aims to help small businesses in sidewalk communities sustain their businesses since these types of businesses tend to support the infrastructure, economics, churches, and schools therein. She maintains that creating jobs gives minority business owners an opportunity to change institutional policies that affect black and brown business owners.
“I love what I do. It’s my passion. At the end of the day, for me, it’s about creating jobs and sustaining a community ecosystem. I love helping minorities and women. When you create jobs, you have a seat at the table to invoke change and a ripple effect of good outcomes. All businesses are not cookie-cutters, and all people are not wired the same. I tap into understanding human behavior and use that leverage to tap into their strengths,” she said.