Kirstin Fulton

Written by Kirstin Fulton

Kirstin Fulton is a Content Creator for EMyth, where she partners with every department to develop content that inspires and educates business owners on their entrepreneurial journey. She has a background as a teacher, storyteller, and writing and editing for corporate events, digital and print media, and both business and academic curriculum. She’s passionate about serving the EMyth community—our clients, Coaches, and colleagues—through writing that brings clarity, guidance, and enthusiasm to the everyday.

6 Entrepreneurial Lessons From Great Leaders

Few business owners start out as entrepreneurs. Just like building a company, becoming an entrepreneur is a process full of growth, both personal and professional. And the truth is, no one can do it alone. We all need guidance, mentorship, and inspiration. So here are six lessons from great leaders that will help any owner on their path to becoming a true entrepreneur and creating a sustainable, profitable, and thriving business.

Topics: EMyth, Coaching, Leadership

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Three Essential Ways to Get Comfortable With Finance

As a business owner, you’re the person primarily responsible for your company’s finances. Not your bookkeeper. Not your accountant. You.

Topics: Managing Money, Leadership, Finance

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Position Agreements Will Transform the Way Your Team Works—Here’s How

How do you create a company that produces consistent and desirable results? It’s a question every business owner asks, and the answer is simple: Create systems that support the outcomes you want to achieve—from the customer experience and team culture you want to promote, to the product you deliver and your annual revenue goals.

Topics: Managing Employees, Company Culture, Management

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7 Organizational Tools Every Business Owner Needs

Business owners often face a frustrating dilemma: They’re so busy with the tactical work of their business, they can’t find time to create the structure needed to escape that tactical work. It’s an overwhelming cycle that—for many—feels inescapable. But I promise it’s not. It’s not easy to escape it, but it’s not impossible.

Topics: Strategic Planning, Leadership, Management

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