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January 01, 2005

Bio: Tina Forsyth

Tina’s first foray into the business world was at age 8, when she used her trusty tape recorder to create a radio commercial for her family’s rental business. (Funnily enough they didn’t use it.)

Since then, she has been a ‘Jill of all Trades’ working in everything from marketing to recruiting for businesses big and small. For the past six years she has helped to launch, build and manage over seven 6-figure online businesses.

She is co-author of Money Meaning and Beyond and Pink Spoon Marketing (both with Andrea Lee) and a Partner in Multiple Streams of Coaching Income and the Multiple Streams Team.

Now CEO of OnlineBusinessManager.com, Tina writes and consults in advanced online marketing and business systems for business owners and their support teams.

When you can drag her away from her computer you can find Tina at home in Lethbridge, Alberta with her husband Dan, daughter Samantha and noisy cat Shadow.

You can reach Tina at tina@onlinebusinessmanager.com or read her blog at www.OnlineBusinessManager.com.

"Tina jam packs her coaching sessions with so much no-nonsense, solid information it's almost overwhelmingly inspiring. After talking to her, I have a clear action plan to follow, and I'm totally confident I can accomplish my online marketing goals!"
-- Stacey Morris, www.ServiceBusinessCoaching.com

"Tina is like a breath of fresh air. No B.S. No ego to work through. Just a dedication to doing a fantastic job, all the while having a blast. Honored to consider her a friend."
-- Susan T. Austin, www.CoachingInnovation.com

"I am always amazed at the amount of information and value Tina holds. Whether it be an online resource I'm looking for, suggestion in how to continue with building my business, or general feedback related to the online world, Tina always amazes me with her brilliant ideas and suggestions. Her openness to sharing her knowledge and expertise is invaluable. She is truly my 'google'."
-- Cindy Greenway, www.VictoriaBusinessSolutions.com

Posted by Tina at January 1, 2005 03:18 PM