The Learn. Thrive. Grow. Collective is a school for entrepreneurs and non-profit leaders to learn skills and shortcuts that build confidence, save time, and focus on making a big impact.
This is the only place you can learn how to take care of yourself so you can take care of others. You'll successfully implement the ideas in your head with confidence after you've learned these new skills and strategies.
"Everything that comes out of your mouth is like a golden nugget."
- Abi Levine, DEP Ministries
Social impact work requires money.
The problem is, funding is competitive.
That's why you need to know how to stand out, what funders are looking for, and how to structure your organization's funding strategy.
Sustainable social change is our #1 priority.
But how do you do it?
The key to sustainability is you! Sustainability is dependent on how you do your work and grow your organization.
You need someone to help you make the right decisions with the right shortcuts.
You can't take care of others if you're not well.
There's just never enough time for both.
Or have you just prioritized everyone else?
Let's face it, you can't keep showing up the way you want if you're burnt out. You need to be well to do all the awesome things you're meant to do.
Hi, I’m Wendie V.
I'm executive coach for entrepreneurs with a socially conscious mission. I help social businesses and non-profits plan, scale, and fund their efforts using over 15 years of experience in local, state, and federal government agencies.
I have a deep passion for changing how community members and service systems interact by establishing partnerships, measuring success, and leveraging funding for a sustainable future.
I enjoy international travel, teaching indoor cycle, and sharing diverse wellness and health perspectives on WellnessGrind.com. I'm also a level 2 certified SPIN instructor and certified Reiki practitioner.
Learn.Grow.Thrive With Me!
Here are a few ways that you can start learning, growing, and thriving immediately! Take a course or sign up for 1:1 coaching.