For almost 15 years, she has been helping countless professionals and businesses to “up their game” specifically in sales and leadership. With a high dose of expressive energy and emotional intelligence, she brings out the best in those around her through transformative coaching, speaking, and writing. You can find her latest book on Amazon – You’re Leading Now – which helps leaders coach their own teams to achieve the big vision. Living in Scottsdale with her husband, and three kids. She enjoys cooking, working out, watching her kids “get it” and spending time with lots of extended family in the area. It’s time to talk Leadership with my friend, Tiffany Timmons-Saab!
- Brings out the best in leaders through transformative coaching, speaking, and writing.
- She had a background in coaching and motivational speaking prior to starting her own business and writing her book.
- Her driving motivation was time. Leadership teams didn’t have the time or motivation to devour all the books needed to fully absorb the concepts Tiffany needed to get across. So she found herself putting those key concepts to rhyme, rhythm, and visuals, and from there the book was born.
- If you think about it, you can remember songs from decades ago because they use rhyme, song, and rhythm. It’s this exact concept that Tiffany uses in her book to help get the information to stick.
- Tiffany was working with a client who had some difficult conversations that needed to happen. She gave her client the rhyme; Dig for solutions empathetic to feelings, but don’t let attitudes run away with the dealings.
- Tiffany has a formula for this type of conversation for anyone who is interested, they just need to reach out to Tiffany to get it.
- Although Tiffany hasn’t replaced the income of her corporate job, the satisfaction she derives out of helping people realize their potential. That additional measure of what success looked like for her has made up for any loss in income. Tiffany was no longer ‘going home from work mad,’ and that made it worth it for her.
- Biggest trap (in family and business) – There isn’t one big trap you can fall into, but there are a lot of little ones. The key is understanding that there are exchanges that you will make in order to have both a business and a family. The key is to understand your vision, and then ensuring your choices align with your vision.
- It took a day for Tiffany to write 80% of it, and another *two years* to actually be able to finish it. So keep going and take solace that even when you are making only a little progress, you are making progress. Record your progress so you can see it, that will help you appreciate just how far you’ve come.
- Tiffany is a true believer in the family dinner. She believes that it is where values are instilled and passed on not just parent to child, but also child to parent. It instills how we communicate, how they learn to communicate and that carries over to business as well. It’s how people learn how to make decisions.
- Free audio version of the book for my listeners, just tell Tiffany you’re a listener of the Familypreneur podcast at www.tiffanytimmons.com
- You can buy her book, hardcover or paperback, on Amazon and is also available on Kindle
- Tiffany Timmons-Saab is most active on LinkedIn and Facebook and is excited to connect via either, or even in person if they’re local to the Phoenix area!
Meet Tiffany Timmons-Saab
For almost 15 years, Tiffany has been helping countless professionals and businesses to “up their game” specifically in sales and leadership. With a high dose of expressive energy and emotional intelligence, Tiffany brings out the best in those around her through transformative coaching, speaking, and writing. You can find her latest book on Amazon – You’re Leading Now – which helps leaders coach their own teams to achieve the big vision. Tiffany lives in Scottsdale with her husband, and three kids. She enjoys cooking, working out, watching her kids “get it” and spending time with lots of extended family in the area.
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Receive the FREE audio & ebook of “Top 10 Leadership Pitfalls and How to Avoid Them” – email Tiffany at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “MEG”, or text “MEG” and your email address to 614-668-5585.
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About The Host
Meg Brunson has been marketing to moms for over 7 years. She is the founder and CEO of EIEIO Marketing, a digital marketing agency focused on Facebook Marketing for family-focused businesses.
Meg is also a former Facebook employee with a passion for helping bootstrapped businesses figure out Facebook so that they can promote like the pros! She left the 9-5 in 2017, so that she could be the mom she wanted to be to her 4 young daughters.
After helping her daughter launch her first business, Storytime With Kiki, at the age of 10, Meg began hosting the FamilyPreneur Podcast: an interview-style podcast for parent entrepreneurs, raising entrepreneurial children.