Successful Business

Let’s get one thing straight: Your success depends on the people around you.

Over the years, here’s what I’ve seen time and again — if you want people to value the work you do, you must first value people.

To me, no person is any more or less important than another. My team and I understand and value what makes each of us unique and how it strengthens us as an organization. We also understand how it impacts a client’s team, company, industry, and community.

Over the years, I’ve seen how putting this into practice and culture improves performance and measurable outcomes when people feel supported, included, and encouraged to be an equal part of the team.

Together, we’ll help you create and implement steps to do the same.

Here’s more good news: I have an uncanny ability to cut through the fluff and identify what’s holding you (and your business) back from reaching your goals and desires. I also know where you’ll be able to deepen and strengthen your communities and team.

Together, we’ll implement the strategies and practices that will help you get there.

The result? There’s no stopping you!

We capitalize on what’s working and restructuring what’s not working to strengthen your internal operations and celebrate the positive results that are sure to follow.

With the right support and tools in place, you’ll be able to move forward with confidence and build even stronger relationships in all areas of your life. Your personal life and business bottom line will both thank you.

Maybe you’ve done well, and you’re ready to raise the bar and go bigger.

Perhaps you know something isn’t working, but you haven’t figured out how to fix it.

Or…maybe you understand what you need to do, but haven’t implemented it yet.

Enjoying Work

When we meet, I’m listening for what you’re not telling me, and I’m looking for the hidden issues and a long-term fix that will best position you moving forward.

Sounds good, right? 

If you’re ready to discover how you can work with my team and me to get the results you’re looking for (and the support you need), learn more about how we can work together below.

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If you want to check out my formal bio, the one that I roll out on a scroll at fancy dinner parties, here you go!

Meet Gina

Gina Gomez is a Business Strategist & Advisor working with some of the most well-known and well-respected professionals and public figures in the online business world and entertainment industry.

Along with her degree in Business Management from Pepperdine University, Gina has a certificate in Diversity & Inclusion from Cornell University, is a Forbes contributor, has been featured on Red Table Talk, Hay House Radio, KateNorthrup.com, DanielleLaPorte.com, and is a mentor for Marie Forleo’s B-School. Gina was also a featured speaker at Amy Porterfield’s Entrepreneur Experience in 2019.

Due to the emerging needs arising in the marketplace, Gina has become a prominent voice in the field of Diversity & Inclusion, one that garners a great deal of respect and trust.

Gina utilizes her past corporate experience working at Fortune 500 companies with diverse communities and leading top talent to help established online companies build the infrastructure they need to sustain a profitable business. A business that is deliberately conscious of the impact and opportunities that come with running an inclusive company.

With a proven track record and experience, Gina works with clients to create profitable and sustainable businesses, where everyone feels welcome, respected, and included.

If we were having coffee, here’s what you’d learn about me:

Music is my oxygen. I can’t live without it. From every decade and nearly every genre, I’ve got a fave. (I also have a weakness for showtunes.) have crazy detailed dreams.

Growing up, I had recurring dreams where celebrities and other public figures would ask me for business advice. (Super weird for a 12-year-old.)

I learned about critical thinking from my first business coach, my dad. A couple of really wonderful bosses, mentors, and professors gave me opportunities to strengthen it even further. It’s been a tool I’ve used throughout my career.

• Early on in my career, I used to get feedback like, “Gina, don’t worry about the people. Worry about the bottom line.” or “People aside, what do we need to do to meet the goals?” It never quite sat right with me, and now my company’s bottom line is focused on putting people first.

• I never thought I wanted my own business. Nor did I think I would have one. It’s the hardest thing I’ve ever done and the most rewarding.

• I believe in equality, standing up for what’s right, and standing up for others – even if they may not stand up for me. I’m committed to this work because I’m committed to doing everything I can to create opportunities for others.

I also believe in having a lot of fun, especially at work. If that’s not your thing, I’m probably not your thing. (I’m not your thing. Didn’t you read anything I said about people? People, not things.)

"When you treat people like they matter, it's amazing how it changes an experience."

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