Holistic Coworking & Wellness in Stone Mountain Village

by | Jul 7, 2017 | SuiteStories

Historic downtown Stone Mountain has something else to brag about, besides German bakeries and quaint cottages. The CEO Factory provides holistic care and coaching for small business owners, backed up with beefy WiFi connections for entrepreneurs on the go.

Nestled in picturesque Stone Mountain Village (yes, we know it’s -City now) is the recently established CEO Factory. If you’ve ever chosen a meeting location based on its proximity to food and drink – this is a can’t miss option. Monica Parrot, of The Entrepreneur’s Midwife, and one of the Factory’s owners, stressed that the goal is to serve the whole entrepreneur, both their mental health and their professional success.¬†True to her word, those lucky enough to take advantage of their introductory pricing will find that in addition to the usual amenities found in coworking communities, there are memberships that include professional massages and personal coaching, along with bookkeeping and virtual assistant services.

The holistic view of the business owner as a whole person is likely due to the diversity of professions among the owner-partners: Monica’s Entrepreneur’s Midwife offers business planning and strategy; Monique Billingslea of Indigo Spa & Wellness offers healthy lifestyle guidance and brings licensed massage therapists in to serve members; Joan Pope of Butterfly Socials is an event planner; and Pam Dixon of Dixon Insurance & Financial Services delivers insurance and financial planning services. They certainly have all the bases covered!

The CEO Factory is actively recruiting new members, but Monica warns that the introductory deals won’t last forever. If you’re on the east side of town and looking for a great space to work with great positive energy for your inspiration, have a look at The CEO Factory.

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