How Becoming Unconventional Transformed My Life & Business
Nonfiction / Business / Management
Date Published: October 11, 2022
Publisher: MindStir Media
Don’t dress for the job you want. Create your own job and dress in a way that matches your personality.
Have a heart-to-heart talk with Donald Williams about what your new business needs to thrive.
A visionary. A wealth builder. A money expert. Donald Williams is passionate about helping individuals, small business owners, and entrepreneurs find and build the financial foundation they need to succeed. Founder of multiple successful businesses and nonprofits, he understands the struggles of small business owners.
Donald gives you the benefit of the lessons he’s learned from his humble beginnings and his rise to the top. From money matters to leadership, marketing tips to overcoming crises, this book takes you through all the key parts of a business, helping you make the most of your business and your business life.
Get an exclusive seat in the executive suite of one of Atlanta’s most successful business people, and be prepared for insights and truths you won’t get anywhere else.
About the Author
A visionary. A wealth builder. A money expert. Donald Williams is passionate about helping individuals, small businesses owners and entrepreneurs find and build the financial foundation they need to succeed. With a Bachelor of Arts degree from the Southern University of New Orleans and a Masters of Arts honors degree from Clark Atlanta University, both in accounting, Mr. Williams’ career has been fueled by an industry he loves. In 2005, he launched Williams Accounting and Consulting in New Orleans. Just one year later, he successfully opened his second location in Atlanta. To date, he has grown his clientele to more than 1,000 individuals and businesses along the U.S.
Outside of the business, Mr. Williams is actively engaged in his community. He has developed on-the-job training for disadvantaged individuals seeking to enter the field of accounting. He also provides for families in need during the holiday season. Committed to uplifting his community, Mr. Wiliams opened a not-for-profit organization in 2006 called Ordinaire, with the mission to promote health, wellness, and economic stability to disadvantaged individuals through education, training, and empowerment.
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