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Give with Me

Counter Talks w/Beth is a passion business of mine but not the only passion that drives me. Over the years, I've been fortunate to engage with many non-profits that are meaningful and impactful to the world they serve. Giving children a jump-start on a successful future is one way I give back to my community, fill my soul, and share a legacy with other leaders. 

Charleston Leaders and their Leader in MeTM initiative are at the top of the list!  I have been with Charleston Leaders since the very beginning. I love their mission of implementing Stephen Covey's Leader In MeTM platform in as many local elementary schools as possible. So, a portion of every dollar Loose-Leafed generates is donated to Charleston Leaders.


What better way to prepare for the future than to teach children to be thoughtful, intention-driven leaders right now?


If this program speaks to you, invest in our children's future by supporting Leader In MeTM.

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We believe anyone can be a leader by intentionally leading one’s own life and working well with and encouraging the greatness in others. Whether at the K-12 level or a leader in the community, we are focused on providing quality programs with that mission in mind.

Charleston Leaders offers emerging and community leaders a unique opportunity to be part of a group making a positive impact in the Charleston Metro area offering a range of forums, events and introductions that result in business and community opportunities.



Leader in Me™ is not just another program that schools are being asked to implement. Rather, it is a process of growing leaders. The Leader in Me™ model recognizes that all children have the potential to lead.

With an integrated approach to teaching leadership using Dr. Stephen Covey’s The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People®, The Leader in Me uses the 7 Habits throughout its model—incorporating the language and concepts into everyday life. Using this model allows all involved to “put first things first,” “be proactive” and “think win-win.”

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