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Gratitude and Celebration: Honoring the Inspirational Clients Who Shape My Journey

Amy Finefrock, Founder/Owner of Essential Admin Services

As a small business owner, I sincerely appreciate the unwavering support I receive from my community, as well as the invaluable connections I've made with fellow small business owners and entrepreneurs. These connections form the backbone of my business and provide personal fulfillment.

As November, a month synonymous with gratitude, unfolds, I want to take this opportunity to shine a light on some remarkable clients, both past and present, who have been instrumental in my journey. These are extraordinary women who exemplify boundless passion and a commitment to making a positive impact on the world. They are not just clients; they have become cherished friends, trusted colleagues, and inspiring mentors.

Branding Photographer
Heike Martin of Heike Martin Photography (*image by Jennifer Stork)

First on our list is the remarkable Heike Martin. My partnership with Heike spans almost a year, and it has been an incredible journey. The moment we connected, I recognized a shared dedication to empowering women to realize their full potential and understand that their true power resides within. Heike is the force behind Heike Martin Photography, a branding photography company with a mission to help professionals step into the spotlight with unwavering confidence and intention. Her unique talent lies in capturing your personality through your branding images, both in front of and behind the camera. Heike is the creative genius behind my branding images, which have significantly elevated my brand's presence. Additionally, I've had the privilege of collaborating with Heike as a project manager, assisting her in bringing several exciting projects to fruition. Last but certainly not least, this year, we collaborated with another phenomenal woman in business and co-hosted a women's retreat aimed at helping women embrace their authentic selves and discover their inner strength.

Suppose you need branding images that will elevate your brand and set you apart from your competitors. In that case, I wholeheartedly recommend connecting with Heike. She approaches every project with your brand's best interests at heart. You can reach out to Heike at, or email her at, or call her at 717-342-3369 to schedule a consultation.

Licensed Medicare Broker
Stephanie Yarberough of Next Steps Insurance (*Image by Heike Martin)

Next, let's spotlight Stephanie Yarberough, a formidable entrepreneur who owns Next Steps Insurance. Stephanie specializes predominantly in Medicare as an insurance broker. Her dedication is unparalleled; she takes the time to listen to her client's unique needs and goes the extra mile to ensure they are on the perfect plan to meet those needs. Stephanie works tirelessly during the Medicare open enrollment period, ensuring her clients receive prompt and thorough communication. I have the privilege of assisting Stephanie during this year's Medicare open enrollment, streamlining various processes such as her newsletter, organizing client lists, and enhancing customer service. Her genuine concern for their well-being drives Stephanie's commitment to helping others.

If you or someone you know is navigating the complex terrain of Medicare, I strongly urge you to contact Stephanie. You can find her at, email her at, or call her at 717-271-2326 to schedule an appointment.

In closing, I'd like to support your small business or entrepreneurial journey. As we approach the year's end, the holiday season can become overwhelmingly busy. I aim to help you reclaim valuable time with your family and plan for the new year with a clear focus on your company's growth and success. Refrain from allowing administrative tasks or projects to detract from the joy of these precious holiday moments. Please don't hesitate to reach out to me for a complimentary consultation. I am here to assist you in any way I can. Wishing you an excellent November, and I look forward to speaking with you soon!

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