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Isaac Business Services

Isaac Business Services

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Isaac Business ServicesCheryl IsaacBy Erika Pryor  Cheryl says she realized that she had the knowledge and skill set to operate a business basedupon the idea of “business planning made simple,” while helping her husband open his lawfirm. “We both knew we wanted to be entrepreneurs and initially bonded over that commongoal.” So, when husband, Kendall Isaac decided to start his own law firm, Cheryl went intobusiness planner mode.“I would literally give him homework to get him thinking about what would or could work,” Cherylremembers. From her nearly 10 years of experience in banking with Huntington National bankand Chase Manhattan Bank helping future small business owners secure funding, “I realizedmost people had no idea what the bank was really looking at,” in regards to approving a loan or line or credit.Although, Cheryl has found success in Columbus, first in the banking and now as a businessplanner and owner of Issac Business Services, she originally came to the Buckeye State tofollow her dream of becoming a lawyer. While living in New York with her immediate family,Cheryl and her sister began researching colleges and that’s when she discovered CapitalUniversity.“After contacting Capital, I began receiving correspondence from the admissions office andformer students. Everyone was so nice and welcoming.” So, it made the decision to attendschool there easier for her. Cheryl reveals that “the first time I came to Columbus, Ohio waswhen my family moved me into school.” Before her parents returned to New York, saysCheryl “they took me to look for a job. I started working at CVS on the weekends and by secondsemester was at a bank.”Cheryl spent much of her career as a full time undergrad, and law student at Capital LawSchool, also working her way up the ranks in the bank industry too. But, “part way through lawschool, I got really sick and had to take a medical leave of absence from Capital and work,”Cheryl recalls. “I was in pain, I would sit in through class in pain.”Cheryl was diagnosed with fibromyalgia -- a long term body-wide condition resulting in chronicpain, tender joints and muscles. Her recovery included the “right combination of prescriptions”and “physical therapy” immediately following her diagnosis.After receiving medical clearance to resume school and work, Cheryl says, “I realized I couldn’timagine myself working in a law firm. I went back to banking and began a dual role.” Whileworking as a financial advisor and with small business clients, Cheryl realized her passion. Sherecalls, “I really liked working with small business clients. They always had a goal, a purposeand an agenda that was always so appealing.”In her role as business planner, Cheryl says she tries to help developing entrepreneurs fullyembrace their big picture business ideas. For Cheryl, “the highlight of everything I do” is seeing

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