Los Angeles Business Coach
Organic Blueprints offers Los Angeles business coaching to business owners and executives struggling to maintain a realistic schedule. Working with a Los Angeles business coach helps you develop better strategies for managing your time, avoiding anxiety, improving communication, and planning the next stage of your career.
Carroll King Schuller is a dedicated Los Angeles business coaching professional devoted to helping you identify your goals, crystallize your vision, and manage your resources, all while meeting life’s daily demands. Contact our office today and work toward a path that balances your work and personal life
Los Angeles Business Coaching from Carroll King Schuller
- Plan the next phase of your career with help from a Los Angeles business coaching professional
- Learn to maintain a business schedule that allows you the freedom to fully enjoy life
- Success can mask anxiety, which can lead to indecision, so mitigating stress is vital to ongoing business success
- Medical conditions like ADHD and dyslexia can contribute to anxiety, making time management even more important
- Contact an experienced Los Angeles business coaching professional today and develop a better strategy for tackling life
If you’re a business owner or executive in Los Angeles, you understand that stress and anxiety can rob you of your positive personal outlook. This negativity can seep into your personal life, making hard to maintain personal relationships or even enjoy life’s simpler pleasures.
Los Angeles Business Coaching
At Organic Blueprints, we offer Los Angeles business coaching designed to help you develop a better strategy for handling stress and the demands of a professional career, so that you can enjoy a balanced and rewarding life
The Benefits of Los Angeles Business Coaching
How can an experienced Los Angeles business coaching professional help you? Every aspect of your life is affected by how you manage your business, so your business coach will help you develop and implement strategies that focus on:
- Business Time Management
- Planning the Next Stage of Your Business Life
Anxiety and stress are often the root problem behind successful business management, and both can be hidden behind the mask of success. There are a number internal and external forces that cause anxiety, some of which can be genetic or biological in nature. These need to be identified by your Los Angeles business coach, in order to successfully mitigate their negative effects.
Your business coach will help you ascertain methods to better manage your schedule and bring balance to your personal and business life. To get started, contact Organic Blueprints today and speak with Los Angeles business coaching professional who can help you restore a positive outlook.
Los Angeles Tidbits
The human history of what is currently known as the city of Los Angeles starts around 6000 BC, when the Chumash and Gabrieleno occupied the area. In the late 1700’s, their hunter-gatherer existence ended when Spanish pioneers and missionaries arrived led by a Padre named Junipero Serra. The settlement was called El Pueblo de la Reina de Los Angeles, and was the first civilian settlement to become a flourishing farming community, although, for decades, remained an isolated outpost.
In 1821, once Spain lost its hold on the territory to Mexico, many of the Mexican residents wanted land in California. The Mexican governors secularized the missions and divided their land up into free land grants by the middle 1830’s. Eventually, this became the cattle rancho or rancho system.
Between 1846 and 1848, the Mexican-American War raged, and American soldiers encountered some resistance from some Mexican commanders, such as General Andres Pico. However, Los Angeles and the rest of California came under the rule of the United States. The year 1850 brought the incorporation of Los Angeles as a city.
By 1930, the population of Los Angeles had increased to two million people as the result of a series of seminal events, that included the 1913 opening of the Los Angeles Aqueduct, the 1908 birth of the movie industry, the 1907 the launch of the Los Angeles port, the 1892 the discovery of oil, the birth of the citrus industry in the late 1800s, the arrival of the transcontinental railroad during the 1870’s, and the 1850’s, collapse of the Northern California Gold Rush.
With the exception of the film industry, there haven’t been many industries that have had as much of an impact on the economics in Los Angeles than the aviation industry. During WW I, the Lockheed brothers and Donald Douglas established aviation manufacturing facilities in Los Angles. With the help of billions of dollars’ worth of military contracts, some 20 years later, the aviation industry helped the economy of Los Angeles during the Great Depression. The economy of Los Angeles was driven by defense contracts, up until the end of the Cold War in 1990.
There was an influx of newcomers that arrived in Los Angeles after WW II, which transformed Los Angeles into the current megalopolis that is today. However, it had its attendant problems, such as suburban sprawl, air pollution, and racial strife. In 1965 and 1992, there were some major riots that created a significant amount of distrust between various ethnic groups and the Los Angeles police department. In the late 1990’s, a police corruption scandal certainly didn’t alleviate tensions, while the arrival of a new police chief in 2002 named William Bratton from New York, did. While on his watch, violent crime decreased considerable in spite of some isolated incidents of police brutality. Chief Bratton has earned the respect of most ethnic groups.
Continuing to plague Los Angeles are soaring real estate prices, traffic, pollution, and explosive population growth between 2000 and 2010. However, overall morale remains high as the result of a decreasing crime rate, low unemployment, and a strong economy. In May 2005, a man named Antonio Villaraigosa was elected as the mayor of Los Angeles. This is the first Latino elected in the city since 1872. Maybe someday soon, even racial tensions may become a thing of the past.
During the 1990’s the last of the automobile factories shut down. The steel mills and tire factories had shut down left earlier. The majority of the dairy and agricultural operations that were still thriving during the 1950’s, have relocated outlying counties while the furniture industry has moved to Mexico and other low-wage countries. Aerospace production has decreased considerably, or relocated to states that have better tax conditions. The movie producers oftentimes find less expensive locations to produce commercials, TV programs, and movies. However, the music, TV, and movie are still based in Los Angeles, which is home to numerous well-paid technicians, executives, and stars. Many studios still operate in Los Angeles, such 20th Century Fox in Century City and CBS Television City at the corner of Beverly Boulevard, Fairfax Avenue, and. Century Fox in Century City.
During the early 1900’s, the manufacture of clothing started on a large scale. During the 1920’s, the fashion industry emerged with an emphasis on leisure clothing and sportswear, and, in 1945, expanded to second place behind New York. In 1957, Toyota completed its first overseas office in Hollywood, and sold 257 cars in the United States. In 1982, it relocated its operations to Torrance as the result of easy access to LAX airport as well as port facilities. The company sold 2.2 million vehicles in the United States, and announced that it would relocate 3,000 of its employees to Plano, Texas, close to Dallas, to be nearer to its American factories. Many other Japanese companies followed Toyota to Los Angeles, because of its reputation as the national trendsetter as well as its location.
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