About Rhonda Ulrich

If you’re an achievement-driven risk taker I think you’ll see a lot of “you” in my story – both the highs and the lows.

 

Over 20+ years, I’ve helped to empower my clients and customers using the practical skills and tools I’ve personally developed to build a thriving career.

How did I make this happen? It wasn’t always clear-cut.

Like many of my clients, I was hungry to achieve. With no silver spoon in sight, I pursued my dreams – hard. I worked through college and law school. I became a practicing attorney. I pushed myself to do great work, gain credibility and take risks, even if that meant moving to different, new-to-me roles.

And I did. I dumped a perfectly fine career as a practicing attorney to sell to law firms. And as a senior corporate sales rep, I exceeded quotas. As an in-house business developer at a global law firm, I helped attorneys land new opportunities, even double their book of business (and save client relationships about to go off the rails).

But something was missing. I wasn’t bored (exactly). Just . . . stuck. My gut said it best.

Stop climbing. S T R E T C H.

I had been trying to push my way up some sort of ladder. I was doing all the right things, but I wanted more.

I wanted to expand my skill set and I craved time to learn.

So I made the risky decision to leave that in-house marketing job – and the paycheck – to open my own consultancy.

I made-over my career. I added new skills to my marketing and business development arsenal. I learned new technologies. Mastered new skills in web design, social, podcasting and video. I took on large-scale communications initiatives. Talked to people. Joined Masterminds. Found a guide. Stretched.

I tell clients: Never stop learning. And I practice what I preach. (I’m jumping on a webinar when I finish writing this!) After all, I need to bring fresh insights to my clients to help them become the next success stories.

 

Let’s make it happen.

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