Yolanda K. Churchwell is a best-selling author, a speaker, and the founder of The Business Assistance Group LLC (The BAG). She used her professional skillset to create a company that helps women entrepreneurs take the hassle out of their hustle so they can make more money and have more free
time. She provides coaching and support to service-based businesses to streamline their operations for maximum profitability. As The System Solutionist, Yolanda partners with entrepreneurs to create standard operating procedures and recommend and implement systems to create a foundation to support their business for growth and streamline their operations. In short, her clients get The BAG to help them secure their bags!
Yolanda resides in Erie County, Ohio, where she enjoys spending time with family and friends and being a Contributing Writer for OWN It! magazine.
Can I share with you the best move I ever made as a CEO? I made room for God in my boardroom and I collaborate with Him on a daily basis. I welcome Him to use me to bring glory to His kingdom. To keep it real, I get out of the way so He can have His way. I want to share with you how I invited Him into all the areas of my business, especially the ones where I have it under control. If I am doing ok, I love it when He does exceedingly and abundantly above all I can think or ask. I make my best moves when I have my partner by my side, so come on in and get comfy as I, along with my co-authors, share the moves that make us the best CEOs.
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