As her clients call her: The Success Magnifier Business Strategist, Tsvetanka Petrova-Sue has a black belt in discovering talents and passions and turning them into lucrative businesses which align the wish to live life on your terms with the desire to have more than enough.
Tsvetanka brings in end to end strategies for finding the right words to express your talent and then spicing those words into attracting money campaigns. Her background in Economics and Psychology brings in the right mixture of strength and perseverance when it comes to overcoming difficulties in business and in life, including self-sabotage, negativity and perfectionism.
After years of getting insane returns on the few bugs invested in small business ventures and masterfully picking up on what a person really needs to hear in order to Step UP she surrendered to her calling to move men and women who choose to express their essence with a business and choose to become financially free, escaping from the rat-race game and going into the fast track.
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Even though I firmly believe that there’s no better school than the on the job training, I DO honor formal schooling. There is a reason that for thousands of years education has been key to success. And I do believe in both: Education and Experience. They make a powerful combination. See below:
2006 – Bachelor in Psychology, New Bulgarian University
2006 – Bachelor in Economics, Sofia University
2006 – Pricing Executive, BOR (online marketing company)
2008 – Sales and Executive assistant, Hilton, NJ
2009 – Professional Certified Coach, International Coach Academy
2010 – Ezine Articles, elected platinum Expert
2010 – MBA Strategic Planning – in progress
Frequently Asked Questions
1. WHAT BROUGHT YOU INTO COACHING START-UP SOLO PRACTICES?
I was in coaching for some time eventually planning to shift from the corporate world to coaching when one day they let me go. That day I was grasping for my breath for hours. I felt like the air was knocked out of my lungs and they just didn’t want to work again. I just couldn’t believe this was happening to me. I had so many plans and it felt like they were all taken away from me. The next day I cried for hours even when I went to the grocery store I started crying out of the blue. I felt like a complete failure.
Until then, coaching was my favorite hobby -it was making me smile and it felt good to be the catalyst of change. On the 3rd day of chocolate and ice cream therapy (the Monday after my unfortunate Friday) I woke up early (I’m a night owl so for me 8am is way early) and I said to myself: “Enough”. I created my Two Golden Rules: #1 Failure is not an option and #2 Go back to #1.
I quickly discovered that there is a lot of information out there for sole practitioners who are overworked and want to create more space for their private life but nothing for the starting up professional who needs to create structures and systems to support the business and also to start getting money to flow in. But I kept moving and soon what seemed to be a huge Quantum Leap yesterday started to be just a simple jump to the next leap today.