Rebecca McClain Speaks


On June 18, 2010, Rebecca McClain, Atlanta’s top Business and Personal Coach will be speaking at the Hilton Garden Inn – West Atlanta/Lithia Springs 110 Interstate West Parkway. The Women Entrepreneurs of West Georgia, an affiliated group of the Association of Women Entrepreneurs is hosting this event.

For more information, visit their website or call Grete Carder at 404-805-7206.

Rebecca McClain will be speaking on …

Busting the Performance Myth:

Seven Keys to Creating an Unfair Advantage
On The Playing Field

In this amazingly informative speech , Rebecca McClain re-visits the myth we were always taught that if we go to school, get a good education and work hard we would get ahead. In her assertion that it is only in sports that out-performing the competition guarantees an advantage, she reveals the real weight performance holds and underscores the more prevailing factors that will set you apart from your competition and determine your long-term success.

You will discover how to:

1. Create buzz and get noticed
2. Avoid the common mistake that causes
many businesses to lose ground
3. Establish a unique “aka” that sets you apart
4. Get the sale without the “salesy” pitch
5. Execute using your expertise
6. Gain a loyal customer base
7. Generate repeat business

These seven rules of engagement will change the way you do business forever!!


As an entrepreneur, author, speaker and professional coach, Rebecca McClain provides expert solutions to people all across the nation and internationally. She collaborates with individuals and entrepreneurs to confront their challenges and achieve extraordinary outcomes.

Rebecca is committed to helping people find their passion and calling, and inspiring them to exploit their un-tapped potential. Having made a bold move to quit her six-figure corporate job to pursue her passion, she knows the frustration of being suspended in reality while longing for a sense of purpose.

In November, 2009 she launched the online platform, Build A Thriving Business Network,  for women and minorities in business. She also hosts a Self-employed Women’s Teleforum on the first Tuesday of each month. This call gives female (men are also welcome) entrepreneurs a voice to help build thriving businesses. It is a safe place to talk about challenges, successes and to brainstorm solutions. Women leave the call feeling supported and inspired to do more and think bigger than ever before.

The small business development plan, BATBOY™ (Build A Thriving Business in One Year), was created to give entrepreneurs, and aspiring entrepreneurs, an all-encompassing program to strategically grow their business.

Rebecca is the author of three books including her latest release, Redesign Your Reality: A Blueprint for How to Transform Your Life from Surviving to Thriving, a transformational book that combines practicality and inspiration to empower readers to take control of their lives and shows them how to purposefully move forward as designers of their own lives.

She is a keynote speaker and regularly presents workshops, seminars and tele-seminars. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, an MBA in Accounting & Taxation and professional coach certification.

As a business consultant during the 1990’s, she served as advisor to small businesses and non-profit organizations. For ten years she was owner of McClain Tax & Management Services, which prepared financial statements, provided accounting solutions and tax planning for individuals and small businesses, prior to forming her current venture. She has also formed non-profit organizations 501(c)3 for ministry-affiliated groups and conducted workshops for these organizations.

Rebecca balances her life with social and cultural activities, travel and reading.


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