DETROIT’S OWN: Longtime businesswoman Amanda Bryant’s solid professional experience leads to birth of ABcareerMatch LLC
A gift opens the way and ushers the giver into the presence of the great. (Proverbs 18:16 NIV)
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At one point in time, Amanda Bryant had become greatly inspired to take up martial arts.
Little did she know, such an adventure would ultimately change the overall landscape of her life.
“Prior to (becoming an entrepreneur), I practiced martial arts for 10 years,” Bryant during an interview this week with Making Headline News, said, recalling the memorable, life-altering developments that had contributed to her emerging as a successful businesswoman. “I learned confidence, discipline, to never stop learning and, without risks, there are no rewards.”
For Bryant, her rise as the founder of and chief executive officer of ABcareerMatch LLC comes amid humble beginnings, something by which the Detroit native doesn’t merely take lightly.
Bryant’s ABcareerMatch LLC went info full operations in 2017 and is accompanied by a career in which she’s compiled approximately a decade-and-a-half of professional experience.
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Formerly known as The Write Update, ABcareerMatch LLC is widely known for customarily showing jobseekers how to get what Bryant describes as “new high-paying jobs,” particularly those who haven’t searched in over 10 years and don’t know how to tell their story.
“I started out as a freelancer, writing resumes for family and friends,” Bryant said of her quest to delving off into the ever-so-competitive world of entrepreneurship. “In 2017, I asked God for a way to support my daughter and me as a single mother.”
Much to her delight, God has strategically given Bryant the desires of her heart, most notably through that by which she overwhelmingly passionate.
“I looked around and realized everyone would come to me for resume help and career support,” Bryant recalls. “They trusted me with their career. It was then that I established The Write Update…now ABcareerMatch LLC.”
And, the rest, as they say, was history.
Today, Bryant’s ABcareerMatch LLC has blossomed into a globally-acclaimed venture, considering she has been afforded the golden opportunity to service clients in such places as the United Kingdom and parts of Africa.
“One of my clients from Africa moved to the U. S. after working with me for a better way of life,” Bryant said. “When I first started this business, I really wanted to work with entry level professionals like myself at the time, but they couldn’t afford my services.”
Three years removed from having erected a full-fledged credible business, Bryant has not only been blessed her with the financial means to steadfastly expand her endeavor, but she’s created what is known as an inexpensive six-week group career coaching program that shows entry-level professionals how to acquire new high-paying jobs, many of which customarily earn between $100,000-to-$400,000 per annually.
This service through Bryant’s company typically cost consumers somewhere in the neighborhood of $2,500 for resume and career coaching services, she said. And, for a limited time, her company offers a new package for $197 with payment plans as low as $17 per week.
A graduate of Siena Heights University with a degree in Business Administration, Bryant earned a Master of Healthcare Administration with a concentration in Human Resources from the same institution.
WHAT ABOUT ABCAREERMATCH: https://abcareermatch.com/
Bryant’s supporting cast and greatest inspirations include her spiritual (Pauline Arrington) and biological mother (Belinda Jones) — both of whom suggested she should pursue a career as a career coach — as well late father (who recently passed away), Pastor Tony Evans, Pastor Les Feldick, Michelle Obama, Steve Harvey, Kevin Hart, and her martial arts instructor, Randy McGhee, among others.
“I’m happy he got a chance to see me as a successful business owner,” Bryant said of her father.
To her credit, those who deem it essential to consult Bryant for career advice, in all likelihood, will cross paths with a progressive businesswoman who exemplifies having a heart for people.
“My clients are some of the most amazing people you will ever meet, from U. S. Coast Guards, federal personnel to the janitor at the hospital,” Bryant said. “Everyone deserves to live the life of their dreams.”
Something to which she can greatly attest — for 15 years and counting.
“We’re going through a lot with the virus (COVID-19) and our loved ones are leaving us daily,” Bryant said. “It’s important for me to inspire as many people as I possibly can before it’s my turn. I want to inspire for generations to come.”
Because of the divine calling on her life, she’s doing just that, all the while enjoying global success in the process.
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For more information about Businesswoman Amanda Bryant of ABcareerMatch LLC, to inquire about her services, or to schedule her for a public appearance or speaking engagement, call 310.802.9792 or connect with her via social media at Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ABcareerMatch; Twitter: https://twitter.com/ABcareerMatch; LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/careermatch. Also, send email to: email@example.com.
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