Beate Chelette is the Growth Architect and Founder of The Women’s Code and provides visionaries and leaders with proven strategies, blueprints and growth maps that provide clear steps to improve business systems, strengthen leadership skills and teams so that our clients and audiences can maximize profits and scale their impact.
Beate went on a entrepreneurial journey that was a crazy transition from being a broke single mom and immigrant who was $135,000 in debt to cracking the code and then selling her business to Bill Gates for millions during a prolonged recession. Her super skill is finding the hidden opportunity and creating an executable strategy to achieve it.
Her clients are consultants, coaches, and service providers who want to grow their authority to scale their impact. They know there are hidden opportunities in this market and they know they cannot “wait this recession out.” She helps them first to figure out how to articulate their unique value and that thing that sets them apart. Then she designs the framework, strategy, and system to streamline operations and workflows. Using her 5-Star Success Blueprint, her team can diagnose in 30 minutes where a business is stuck, if it has missing elements, or needs optimal alignment.
Beate’s goal is to help my audience to understand that they need a strategy to find the hidden opportunity, get unstuck, and instill confidence that they can build a sustainable and strategic business model. In the area of “nitchesizing” (her word), it’s easy to get caught in the details and not see the big picture. In a recession you can’t back off you have to double down.
Beate is passionate about building structure for overwhelmed and frustrated business owners who can’t squeeze any more time out of their busy day.
There is a simple way to stop things from falling through the cracks and team members not being fully utilized and supported. Very little excites her as much as designing a strategy, building a repeatable structure, and process mapping.
In so many words – She doesnt sell the dream; but rather provides the strategy to grow your authority and scale your impact. Beate has worked with giants like Amazon, Reckitt –the maker of Lysol, Los Angeles Philharmonic, and many, many small businesses Beate courses on CreativeLive (now acquired by Fiverr) have over 40K buyers. She is the Podcast host of The Business Growth Architect Show and listed amongst the “Top 100 Global Thought Leaders” by PeopleHum and “One of 50 Must Follow Women Entrepreneurs” by HuffPost.
A sneak peek of the things you'll learn:
- Beate Chelette tells us about her business and what lead her to start her own business
- What were some of the mental hurdles or maybe fears she had to overcome to get started
- What was the ultimate tipping point that made her decide to go all in and bet on herself
- What key decisions she made that had the biggest impact to her success
- What quotes/advice/practices has helped her most to motivate her to keep moving forward
- What is she learning right now as a “life-long learner”
- What would be some advice she would like to share with our listeners who are on the fence considering owning their own business
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