Success Is Just The Beginning
Say goodbye to the status quo.
Gone are the days of believing we have to choose between business and family, impact and income, or even quality and rapid growth. The real question is:
How does one go about creating a life of sustained success?
The same year Stephanie P. Kemp launched her first business and set out to establish a new industry standard, she married her high school sweetheart and committed herself to success in her professional and personal endeavors. Drawing on the hard-earned lessons of others’ failures and successes, she developed a unique approach that made it possible for her to grow one of the largest and most successful dance studios in the country, and three other thriving businesses, without sacrificing her family or her sanity.
In Success is Just the Beginning, this celebrated CEO, coach, mentor, and educator reveals the six timeless lessons that have enabled her to build what she calls a Wealth-oiled Machine.
Get ready to learn how to:
- cultivate a company culture that unleashes everyone’s highest potential
- leverage your time and talent to stop sacrificing what’s important to you
- face inevitable challenges with confidence and clarity
Kemp’s no-nonsense approach will light your path to a well-balanced life of outstanding achievement. If you are ready to defy the status quo and live a life that aligns your purpose, passion, and paycheck, this book is for you.
Don’t settle for anything less.
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Stephanie P. Kemp
Stephanie Kemp is an award-winning choreographer, teacher, mentor, author, and no-nonsense CEO. A self-proclaimed business junky, her obsession with the service industry catapulted her early success from start-up to scale-up, proving service—great service—is relationship driven. She believes it is the responsibility of mentors, coaches, and business owners alike to help everyone in their organization see past limitations, set high expectations, and earn their worth.
Not a fan of the "everyone gets a trophy generation," she is outspoken and direct about her views on competition and complacency. Her motto "Do Better" is her personal and professional theme song—a song that she plays on loop in her daily life.
A serial entrepreneur, she has used her time-tested techniques, strategies, and lessons to not only sustain her seven- and eight-figure businesses but endure and thrive for over three decades. Her specialized "Wealth" formula has allowed her to live a life of abundance on her terms in alignment with her goals and her dreams.
Not a mathematician, scholar, or MBA, she is proof positive that you too can build a successful life filled with passion and purpose, and her message to fellow entrepreneurs is, "You're not selfish." A life showered with personal and professional achievements is not only possible—it's imperative.