“Franklin Taggart has pragmatically changed my professional identity more than anyone else—and in a fraction of the time. His genius is his attention and perception, his art of listening underneath my desires and frustrations to discern my unique service, aligned with my core human values. This clarity of professional self—inextricable, really, from personal self—has streamlined my marketing efforts, from website presentation to social media presence to product offerings. Franklin is truly a champion of others’ grandest expressions in the world.”
Marj Hahne, Poet, Writer, Editor, Teacher https://marjhahne.com/
Here are some nice things people are saying:
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Northern Colorado Community
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Behind a microphone.
“As a coach and advisor, Franklin Taggart is as wise as he is supportive. He has a unique ability to see the various sides to any business or career option and to help you discern from discussion which of those directions might be best to pursue. He never dictates your course of action, rather he listens carefully to what motivates you and digs deep to uncover your personal strengths and then offers suggestions for how you might meet your goals based on what he hears. It’s all quite encouraging and empowering. As a solopreneur, most decisions and strategies fall squarely on my shoulders, as does most of the work. It’s been a huge benefit to work with someone who can help steer me in the right direction by offering astute observations and creative solutions to keep me focused on doing my best and most efficient work.”
Watching people come up to our business and checking our class calendar with the QR code is so great! Before this, we had to direct them to type in the website address on their phone and then find the class calendar link. Scanning the code and getting directly to the classes makes people smile every time!"
Trish ONeill, Founder & Owner, The Cooking Studio Fort Collins
What's the story with the glasses?
Zoom, I found my glasses were a talking point. I'd wear a different color for every call and people started remarking on all the colors. It's become an unintentional part of my brand after I've spent hours figuring out logos, colors, etc. Go figure!