Magnolia Small Business and Real Estate Coaching Services
Magnolia, Texas Small Business and Real Estate Coaching Services
Are you a Magnolia, Texas small business owner or a real estate agent looking to soar both in business in life. Coach Jeremy Williams, Head Coach and Owner of Red Hawk Coaching has helped many small business owners and real estate agents build successful businesses since 2010.
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Hear What Will Schulze Shares About Red Hawk Coaching
Will Schulze, REALTOR® brokered by Keller Williams Realty shares why he chose to hire Coach Jeremy Williams of Red Hawk Coaching.
I Have Literally Quadrupled My Business
Hiring a business coach has played a positive role in the success of my startup. As a first-time business owner, you face many challenges that you anticipate and some that you don’t. My business coach is a sounding board and helps to keep me grounded and focused in all of the stages of the growth of my business. Since I began using a business coach, I have literally quadrupled my business!
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Learn More About Magnolia, Texas
Prior to being named Magnolia, Texas, the area was known at Mink Prairie named after a farmer that settled the area in 1845. A post office was built in 1885 after a population increase from settlers originating from Kentucky Tennessee. As the area began to develop, the International-Great Northern Railroad built a railroad near the town of Mink. (Note: International-Great Northern Railwood is now Union Pacific). Mink residents began to move closer to the railroad, and the new town that formed was named Melton. Due to the post office confusing Mink and Melton, the local officials changed the name to Magnolia. The post office would eventually move from Mink to downtown Magnolia, and Mink would eventually be abandoned.
The educational opportunities include the Magnolia Independent School District, private schools (Concordia Lutheran High School, Rosehill Christian School, St. Anne Catholic School, Salen Lutheran School, Cypress Chirstian School, and Great Oak School a Waldorf School.