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A Sharper You with Kim Pfieffer

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A Sharper You with Kim Pfieffer

Customer service is still a thing. And because Kim Pfieffer, owner of A Sharper You, puts so much into her clients, it's paid off tremendously. Because of this she's established a referral based marketing machine for her brand. Kim began A Sharper You in 2014 and went through a  few learning curves before building this strong brand presence. On this episode, she gives full detail about how she narrowed down her target audience, established great customer relationships, and how her flexibility as an entrepreneur means everything. 

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Kim has lived in the Austin area for 31 years and owns her own men’s clothing business with J.Hilburn Men’s clothier. A graduate of The University of Texas you can find her Saturdays watching, sometimes crying, her longhorns. She and her husband, Mac, have 3 boys, which they have loved raising in this greater Austin community.  She also serves in other voluntary apacities., as an ambassador with the Lake Travis Chamber of Commerce, is currently a therapy dog’s human for Divine Canines and volunteer with the Daughters of the American Revolution in Austin.



About :

Daniel Griggs is a savvy business guy with an approach that involves creating strategies that focuses on people first, then using digital platforms to connect those people with a solution to their problem. He is the founder and CEO of ATX Web Designs, a web design and digital marketing agency based in Austin, which he grew by 550% plus in one year, and went from a one man team to an agency of 11.

He's a country boy from a small town called Van Vleck, Texas, former professional football player, husband, father, boxer, and entrepreneur. Daniel also frequently blogs on his website - about his journey of both his success and failures that's helped shape him be an entrepreneur. Daniel considers himself an entrepreneur athlete - "I'm willing to grind and put in countless hours for a reward that'll only last a moment, but be remembered for a lifetime."