Today we continue our “spotlight” on a woman entrepreneur who is making her mark by setting goals and creating plans to accomplish them. In today’s spotlight, notice how Anne Hancock, founder of The Wellness Counseling Center, a center to help couples heal a distressed relationship, has used three important strategies to expand her business:
1. Tell us about your work – what you do, where you do it and who you serve.
I think of myself as a Social Entrepreneur but technically, I’m a Marriage and Family Therapist licensed in California and North Carolina and work exclusively with couples in distress. My ideal client is a couple, often a dual career couple – but not always — age 35-50, either married or in a committed relationship. Usually there are children in the mix. They love each other and their life is good in many ways – but things are not so good in their relationship. These couples have the same argument over and over again and get caught in a negative loop – sometimes for years – and it can take their relationship down despite the fact that they love each other.