Helping Women Business Owners Generate More Revenue with Less Stress
In 2006, Patty founded The Block Group to empower women business owners who are experts in their fields.
As their trusted advisor, she brings a unique perspective, having experienced and solved many of the same complex issues women face, as leaders, as moms, daughters and sisters.
62% of women rely on their businesses for their primary income, yet 88% of these businesses generate less than $100,000 in annual revenue.
Having seen the same struggles time and again, Patty teaches women how to shift their mindset and build their confidence to generate more revenue with less stress by reimagining pricing and selling.
She’s a firm believer that, when women earn more, everyone around them benefits - their staff, their family and their community.
Her life journey--the good and the bad--allows her to course-correct clients by leading and advising with compassion, empathy and quiet resolve.
The result is a partnership of unbiased accountability, helping women position their companies--financially, operationally, technologically--for game-changing results.
Patty raised three fantastic kids, all of whom have launched their careers and also work in Patty’s company (she essentially raised her own workforce!)
Clients often refer to Patty as their “business therapist” and “secret weapon.”
By establishing long-term relationships and serving as a strategic sounding board, clients experience direct benefits to create real and lasting change, turning roadblocks into building blocks.
We are back today with Audrey, Lisa, and Patty talking about Service and Success and how to have both.
redefining humaning, stop settling for crumbs, unfulfilled overachievers, defining humaning, business problems are people problems and people problems are relationship problems, old-fashioned leadership, the patriarch, how women are portrayed in media, what society expects in us, what is your identity, happily ever after, being a realist, hope is not a strategy, false foundations, atlas of the heart, Brene Brown, never enough, not enough, generational trauma, Viktor Frankl, unwrapping who we really are, connecting the dots, as a woman how you play the game and what you’re willing to tolerate, accessing your own humanity, the way technology has changed business, wholeheartedness, neuro divergence, storytelling, what kind of impact are you making, a masterful monologue, service and success how to have both, the art of gathering, am I safe and do I belong.
Patty Block, Audrey Holst, and Lisa Pachence. Women in Strong Leadership.