Tiffiney L. Hall is the founder of PosiTiff and she resides in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. She is a sought-after international speaker, author, and coach, empowering women with truth, authenticity, and the power of positive thinking. Keep reading to learn more about Tiffiney’s journey.
What does your dream life look like? Are you currently living your dream or still working on it?
The best way to describe what my dream like looks like is one word, happiness. I can honestly say that yes I am living it and every day I am striving to seek new levels of happiness.
Tell me more about what you do and who you help.
I am a survivor of domestic violence. In June 2005, I nearly lost my life after being stabbed seven times. I now used my experiences to empower other women to relinquish the doubt, fear, and shame associated with past experiences.
What inspired you to start this business?
My husband said to me “People are drawn to you, I’ve seen it myself.”
I had a friend, who didn’t know my story, say to me I should be doing something that empowers women. “You’re always so positive.” As I began to pray and seek guidance, it became clear to name my business PosiTiff, a combination of the word positive and my name Tiffiney.
What’s a challenge you’ve faced along your entrepreneurial journey?
I didn’t realize how many people actually follow and want to hear what I say. It’s encouraging. My biggest issue has been remaining consistent in my messages.
Has being an introvert affected your business?
No, what it has done is allowed me to create boundaries that are clear and present. When I need to shut down, I do it unapologetically.
What methods do you use to bring in new clients?
I engage with others via social media. I attend events with like-minded women who are seeking safe feminine-created spaces. And I serve by going above and beyond for my clients. Business is about relationships and it’s important how you treat people because they become your reference and tell other people.
Is attending networking events a part of your marketing strategy?
Yes, it’s necessary to remain a student of your craft. You can never know so much that you have no room to learn more.
How do you define success for yourself and your business?
Sharing the truth that might be fearful for someone else. I am not ashamed of anything I have gone through; it’s what makes my journey unique. Using that as a means to serve another, that’s success for me.
What advice would you give to other introverted women who are just starting their own businesses?
Be open to new possibilities. Even if you have to go alone, go!
Know that anything is possible. Simply begin with the end in mind. See yourself where you want to be and do the work to make it happen, unapologetically!
Thank you for taking the time to share your story.
If you want to learn more about Tiffiney L. Hall, you can find her online via these platforms:
PostiffnurseTiff – IG
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