Tiffaney Williams is the CEO of The Wealth Concierge. Ms. Williams is a financial strategist, author, and entrepreneur. Tiffaney has her Master’s degree in accounting and economics.
She teaches individuals how to find money they didn’t know they could access. Teaching wealth building and financial increase is her purpose and passion.
What motivated and inspired you to start your own business?
What motivated me and inspired me to start my business was based on a need I had, and the lack of resources to find a solution for it.
I wanted to solve the problem at which I had myself, for those facing the same economic hardship. 10 years later I’ve now changed the lives of thousands.
Tell us about your business.
My business is a financial concierge service.
We provide accounting services, tax preparation services, credit restoration, incorporating businesses, entity development, business credit builder programs, financial literacy, entrepreneurship development, and credit education for youth and felons.
We teach you how to build wealth and maximize on capital gains. My business is a one-stop shop for repairing, restoring, rebuilding, and educating you on the fundamental principles of building wealth with credit education.
Are you currently running any promos/contests/giveaways that you would like our readers to know about?
I have a few promotions.
Purchase my book The Bible to Business Credit and a 30-minute business session with me for $99 the sessions is valued at $199.
Every client who sign-ups for a platinum business credit program, or black card program, you’ll receive a free vacation voucher for 2 flight/hotel (taxes aren’t included).
- 2016 Business Woman of the year.
- Voted #1 Credit Repair Company 2015, 2016, 2017
- Bachelor’s degree in Accounting
- Master’s degree in Economics
- Certified CPA
- Certified Credit Analysis
- 3x Author
Where is your business based?
My business is based in Nashville, Tennessee, and Atlanta, Georgia.
What were the first few steps you took to get your business up and running?
The first steps I took to get my business up and running was just to do it and worry about the logistics later. I built a list of clientele, started obtaining results, and changing lives.
I wish I would have structured it right from the very beginning, but time is your biggest lesson and educator. I had no idea how to run a business, I decided I was going to let the business teach me.
What has been the most effective way of raising awareness of your business and getting new customers?
I produce results. I execute in excellence without excuses. I believe referrals and money is exchanged when problems are solved.
I learned how to solve the majority of most people’s problems, by dominating in a field where people lack resources, knowledge, tools and accountability. In studying economic empowerment I’ve produced programs to assist all demographics.
I’m only looking for people that are looking for me. When you do good, good comes back. That’s what my business has reciprocated over the years.
What have been your biggest challenges so far?
My greatest challenge has been compartmentalizing my emotions and the needs of my students, mentees, and clients.
I exceed the expectations and sometimes I get emotionally attached to the people and their circumstances and that’s not always a good thing.
Another great challenge is time management. Finding the right balance is hard for me – I’m a workaholic, therefore I didn’t think anything else was fun until I realized you have to live and be alive.
How did you overcome these challenges?
I overcame these challenges by writing my daily plan of execution down. Writing out a system and following it, no matter whom it pertains too, I live by my mission!
I also have a calendar that has a mixture of living, working, self-time, family time, and fun.
How do you keep motivated through difficult times?
I keep motivated by always referencing back to my “why”. It has to stay big enough for me to get up daily.
My “why” is big and it keeps me scared and motivated at the same time.
How do you distinguish yourself from your competitors?
I separate myself from my competitors by giving value, excellence, and being an accessible solution.
My clients feel like family. It’s personalized, it’s intense but they never say what they received or are getting isn’t valuable and worth the investment.
I pride myself on giving each person individual attention and programs to meet their perspective need. Everyone doesn’t have the same needs. We’re not robotic here. We create!
What is the best advice you have received recently?
The best advice I received was to shine! That’s all she said. That resonated with every bean in my body. Something so little can be so powerful.
What advice would you give to other entrepreneurs?
The advice I would give to other entrepreneurs would be to never give up!
Use the weapons thrown at your goals and dreams by those you know and don’t know as leverage! Increase your passion, introduce yourself to your purpose and execute to dominate with a purpose! Soar like an eagle!
What are your favorite business tools/resources and why?
I love to read, I invest in myself by investing in others.
I believe everyone needs a coach, therefore I pride myself on being taught by the best to increase my worth.
What is a good article or book you have read recently?
The last book I just read was by Robert Greene, The 33 Strategies of War.
What are you currently learning about for your business or looking for help with?
I am currently learning how to automate and elevate my social media and internet presence.
I am always looking for people who have mastered what I have not.
What are your goals for the next few months and how are you striving to achieve them?
My goals for the next few months is to take my courses globally. I’m working with a company in South Africa who is speaking on my behalf to get licensing in the schools for my financial literacy program. I am also creating an app that I want to be like no other.
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