About Terri S. Turner

Hi. I’m Terri S. Turner, founder of TST Business Strategies, LLC, a boutique marketing and communications firm that specializes in business coaching for visionary business professionals and entrepreneur-thinking organizational teams. My clients seek to build their businesses through efficient, profit-making practices both online and offline. My passion is to shine a light on you and your successes. I do this by fulfilling a business mission to support, inform and coach clients to acquire and use proven marketing and communications methods that build organizational efficiencies and generate increased profits. With more than 30 years of experience boosting sales and business growth through developing outcome-based marketing and communications programs, I have been privileged to work with 100s of businesses, entrepreneurs, independent consultants (employee-preneurs), organizational leaders and boards of directors to streamline their online communication and craft marketing messages that speak to customers and prospects. I also serve as a founding member of EnCorps45, a members-based movement for professionals 45 and older. A graduate of the University of Missouri-Columbia, I hold a Bachelor of Journalism with a minor in Consumer Marketing. I am a certified management consultant and recipient of numerous Omni Awards for strategic marketing campaigns. To learn more about TST Business Strategies, LLC, check out my LinkedIn (www.linkedin.com/in/terristurner/) page.

Five Ways Small Business Can Emulate Big Business

Each year I make an effort to learn from big business acquisitions. When Facebook bought Instagram, I coached clients to prepare for more visual communication. When Microsoft bought LinkedIn, I focused on the importance of developing leads online.

Now I’m intrigued by the  Amazon-Whole Foods mega-merger.

On the surface, most entrepreneurs can’t relate to […]

2018-03-22T11:36:36-05:00September 18th, 2017|Business Growth|

Habits of Wealthy, Successful People

Why do the rich find success year after year? It’s not because they are lucky. It’s not because they were born into money. And, it’s not because they won the lottery.

According to Entrepreneur.com, the rich keep getting richer because they simply do things differently. They have five habits that helped them get […]

2018-03-22T11:36:59-05:00July 10th, 2017|Business Growth, Entrepreneur|

Why Fuss Over Millennial Behavior

July 2017

Dear Bettie:

I’m in my 30s. I work for a technology company in the Midwest. I’m intrigued by all the research that is being done on my generation.

Why is it so important to understand our buying habits, what makes us tick and the reasons behind our quest for work-life balance?

It seems as if every other generation thinks Millennials are aliens […]

2018-03-16T11:05:23-05:00July 10th, 2017|Multigenerational Workforce|

Reflecting on Positive Living

June 2017

Dear Readers:

The first Bettie Boomer column was published fall of 2015. Each month I delve into the commonalities, the differences and the ways to bridge Millennials, Gen X, Boomers and Traditionalists. Truly, it’s been a thrill.

I’ve learned that while our lives experiences vary, we share common goals: recognize, reward and engage.

  • We all want to be recognized as individuals […]
2018-03-16T11:07:48-05:00June 5th, 2017|Multigenerational Workforce|

What’s Up With New Grads Looking For No or Low Paying Jobs

Dear Bettie:

I’m founder and hiring manager at a tech startup company. We are looking for talented college graduates interested in making a difference. Strangely enough, while most workers in our industry are recently graduated young adults, I am not. I started this company with my two 30-something children and am charged with growing our staff by recruiting and hiring talented IT […]

2018-03-16T11:08:52-05:00May 5th, 2017|Multigenerational Workforce|