Tara McMullin (formerly Tara Gentile) is the founder and and CEO of CoCommercial, a platform that gives small business owners the ability to learn from each other. Early on, Tara saw the power in bringing people together and how making those connections results in success. From there Tara put her efforts into creating a community that allows small business owners the opportunity to connect and create.

On today’s episode, Tara talks about the power of building relationships and what that means to a small business owner. She also explains why it’s important to not only look at somebody’s business model for success, but analyze why it is successful. Tara also relates how making changes in her fitness and well-being allowed her to feel re-energized in her business.

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About Our Guest

Tara McMullin

Tara McMullin

Tara McMullin (formerly Tara Gentile) is on a mission to turn today’s small business owners into tomorrow’s economic powerhouses. She’s the founder of CoCommercial, a support network where small business owners trade notes, share what’s working for them, and connect for support, opportunities, and camaraderie. She’s also the host of What Works, a podcast that takes you behind the scenes of successful small businesses and shows you what’s working in marketing, operations, time management, product development, and more. Entrepreneur named it one of 24 top women-hosted podcasts for business owners.
Tara is also a sought after speaker, educator, and a bestselling Money & Life expert on CreativeLive. Tara’s work has been featured in Fast Company, Inc, DailyWorth, Forbes, and The Huffington Post.

Find out more about her work at CoCommercial and request your invitation by going to cocommercial.co

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