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More About WP Business Network
Stephen B. Henry is known by many online as the Coach's Coach and the WordPress Wizard (the Wiz). Despite living in Kansas, that WordPress Wizard nickname has nothing to do with Oz. It comes from Wizard Mithrandir, the elfin name of Gandolf, the wise old wizard in author J. R. R. Tolkien's fantastic trilogy, The Lord of the Rings. Long before the movie was even a dream in Peter Jackson's imaginings, Steve was an avid fan of the books and used the name in role-playing games, both online and off. Oh, and you can just call him Steve if you prefer.
Steve's story isn't much different than many others. He grew up on a small hobby farm in rural Ontario, Canada. He learned about hard work and business at an early age. He helped with his older sister's newspaper route before he was 12. By age 14 he had his own 123 customer route that took him trudging through miles of country roads in winter snow and summer heat.
As a young teen he ran a greenhouse, growing vegetables to sell in the neighborhood. During his high school years he drove hundreds of miles on weekends to attend antique shows as a vendor. Later, in his 20s, this experience would lead him to organize and run three major multi-dealer antique shows of his own. Business was, it seemed, in his blood.
Steve owned and operated many diverse businesses; a rock shop and hobby store, a used book store and a book search service, a security alarm business, a jewelry manufacturing business, a retail gift business, a private investigation firm, a computer sales and service business, and an antique store. He was also an Internet service provider, a website developer, a programmer, and several others. Many were great successes. Some were sold. Some were just closed. Some were miserable failures.
And along the way, working for others from time to time, he was a new car salesman, a security sales manager, a corporate facilities administrator, a corporate security director, a roofer (you know, shingles and tar!), and elementary school special education instructor, a high school teacher, a college instructor, a retail manager, and a communications consultant, and a Vice President of Information Services. Steve probably still doesn't know what he wants to be when he grows up.
Along the way Steve discovered books and computers, two things he has always embraced and which now form the spine of his current activities. Building on what others might call a mismatched, ramshackle resume, but what he sees as significant and important experience, Steve now coaches, consults, and mentors online business professionals from a wide array of disciplines. No matter what they are doing, they feel Steve understands their business problems and needs; because he's been there!
Drawing from his successes, and his failures too, and building upon his hard-won experience and expertise, Steve is now a published author, online business consultant, web presence developer, and guide/mentor to many current clients. Steve works with individuals, including both home-based and traditional small businesses, providing assistance with planning, marketing, product development, launches, and web presence. Steve is proficient with business planning, website development, search engine optimization, social media communication, spiritual marketing, and personal success strategies.
You can contact Steve by email: email@example.com, or
by phone: 620-322-1532 (afternoons and evenings Kansas time are best). Some of his other websites include:
- From Website To Wealth - Business development and personal growth.
- WizardsPlace - Website and other online presence support.
- 30 Day Formula - Self-study programs and training.
Here are a few of his books: