• "In the two years I worked with Linda, I have diversified my clients, mastered sales & networking and am experiencing wonderful growth!"
    —Andrea Herran
    Founder; Focus HR & Focus Leadership

  • "I was getting frustrated and didn’t know what to do. I started working with Linda … and magically things started to turn around."
    —Dr. Jamie Tripp
    DrJamieTripp.com

  • "Optimal Level helped make my passion a successful company."
    —Pamela Self
    Pamela Self Landscape Architecture, ltd.

How Will Your Business Reach Its Optimal Level?

You’ve envisioned it many times over. It’s that special point in the future where everything in your business seems to click. What does it look like? It’s sure to have some of these qualities:

  • Amazing revenue and profits
  • A confidence level that’s soaring to new heights
  • Fantastic results for clients who are singing your praises
  • Goals that are achieved, not dreamed about
  • Sharpened business skills that continually empower you
  • New business development that’s humming along at a consistent clip

This is your Optimal Level.

It doesn’t happen by accident, magic or luck. It begins with knowing your true purpose and cause for why you exist as a business. It continues with putting processes and systems in place to help you deliver on your promise. And as these reasonable changes are implemented, you can breathe again. You understand how to work your business without your business working you.

Are you ready to reach your Optimal Level?

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One-On-One Coaching

Business Development Personal Development and Success Leadership I believe coaching is guiding clients to achieve their goals. A coach can see your blind spots, hold you accountable, be a source of new and creative ideas, celebrate your successes with you, be a source of strength when you feel defeated, and in my case, bring over thirty years of business experience. Many of my clients feel that they know what they want to do, but don’t know how to do it. A coach provides the “how-to.” Then, there are some clients who feel lost because they don’t know what to do. A coach helps them uncover

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Special Programs

Speaking Engagements Corporate Inspired U To support our members and introduce Optimal Level to others, we offer a variety of special programs that demonstrate our philosophy and illustrate our methods for helping people get insights that lead to their Optimal Level. Through our speaking engagements, corporate programs, one-on-one coaching and InspiredU, we present to larger corporations, smaller businesses, and associations.  We customize content to meet the needs of these individual groups. Whether you seek leadership development, team building, networking skills or motivational development for your employees or members, Optimal Level’s special programs provide the solution.

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Books

Current: Optimal Level: A Woman’s Guide to Meeting Life’s Challenges By Linda McCabe and Liz Peterson Available for purchase through Amazon. Upcoming: Sanity and Success for Working Women, A Quick Guide to Survive and Thrive in the Corporate World By Marilyn Fettner and Linda McCabe From finding balance, to getting raises, to being heard, to dealing with office politics, Sanity and Success for Working Women is the best resource for quick answers women in the workplace have been searching for. This book is dedicated to women who’ve forged the way for females in the workplace to fight for leadership roles, equitable pay and benefits, and

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How to Quit What You're Doing and Act

May 24, 2016 1:05 pm

Talking recently with a successful colleague of mine, we readily agreed that we recognize a habit that is detrimental to many of our clients. That habit is, to borrow a dated phrase, putting the cart before the horse. Specifically, they worry about and make plans to spend money on projects for their businesses before they actually have the income from existing clients. The familiar adage is true here: “It’s not a business unless you have a client!” My colleague and I both started our own businesses, and now being in the business of coaching professionals and business owners, we know that investment is necessary, in most cases, to start a business. However, unnecessary investment is ill-advised. Also, I am all for planning and I advocate having a business plan, a financial plan, a marketing

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