Introduction & Mission: Abigail Kuhn is mom to twin girls, proud wife of a minister and History Major graduate. She also runs iPlanner and Company where she is a freedom lifestyle business coach who helps stay-at-home moms get their dream businesses started successfully using the skills they already possess, as well as helping those who already are running businesses to up-level them by using systems, processes and organization.
Experience: Abigail has a wide range of experience with many software programs and is always on the hunt for new ones to learn. As a child, she always dreamed of running her own business and office, so in her mid and late teens, she often assisted her father with his small lawn and landscaping business by helping him organize his files, total up receipts for tax time, create flyers and business cards as well as his company logo. She always enjoyed doing the paperwork and designing forms and documents that were needed for running the business.
Education: Abigail holds an Associates of Arts Degree in Early Childhood education along with coursework in small business management, fine arts, accounting, theater, Christian Missions, and medical billing specialist. She is always seeking to learn and continues her education by reading many books, and experimenting with new software and programs as well as designing projects. Another dream of hers was to become an author and that dream was realized in 2016 with the release of her very first book “The Work-At-Home Mom’s Ultimate Planner.
Successes & Proud Moments: Some other successes that she has had in her business have been partnering with a fellow mentor and coach to teach a course on Email Marketing that will be happening in August of 2017. She has also been a speaker on a few online summits held in 2016. Her clients are noticing steady growth in their social media and recently one of her clients told her that she is the 6th virtual assistant that she has had and she finally feels like she has found the one who finally gets her! Abigail loves being able to get excited along with her clients when they pitch their ideas to her in hopes that she can help them visualize and bring them to completion. Another success was that she launched her Virtual Assistant Dream Team Academy just this spring and already has enrolled women and is currently coaching and mentoring them in their journey to successful businesses as Virtual Assistants.