I want to start a business or non-profit, but I have questions. Help!
This is absolutely my most Frequently Asked Question (or Statement!).
I'd love to work with you to create a plan for your organization and walk you through the implementation process. I suggest starting with a one-hour mentoring session. Learn more about the options and fill out our contact form here.
I have questions about whether Mentoring Sessions or Special Projects may be right for me/my organization. How can I get them answered?
Of course! I'm happy to answer any questions you may have about Mentoring Sessions or Special Projects via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. For Special Projects, we typically schedule a call (or multiple calls!) to discuss the details of the project, budget and whether or not we'd be a good fit before we get started!
What does "Dot" stand for?
Dot is my (Hallie Brand's) grandmother's name! I named the company after her as a daily reminder to live like she and my other grandmother Irma have lived their lives - with courage, hope, and dedication to Jesus.
As a company, Dot stands for Do One Thing. We believe (and have seen!) that we can ALL make the impact we want to see in the world. It's not up to one individual person or group, and we can't wait for someone else to make the changes we hope for. We believe that little by little, each one of us doing the small things we are equipped and called to do, we make positive impacts on our communities. It's not easy, but done together, it's so very good.
How did you get started in business mentoring?
Does Hallie speak to groups? Will she come tell the story of Dot to my (insert group name here) on (insert date)?
I love telling the story of Dot and sharing the faithfulness of God in my life in order to help people see how He’s been faithful in their everyday too. In this season of juggling life, work and grad school, my availability to travel outside of Nashville, TN may be limited, but I’d love to talk with you about visiting your group. Please email email@example.com with information about your event/group and any specific details such as date, time, and topic. The more details you can give me, the more likely I’ll be able to give you a clear picture of whether or not I’ll be a good fit for your event.