Eleanor Thompson

Eleanor Thompson



I am a tennis-playing and choir-singing wife, mother and grandmother who loves the flexibility of being self-employed. My favorite weekend is spent in a rustic cabin with a small lake that sits on a 200-acre piece of land and has no internet access.


Filling the Filing Cabinet Workshop 12/21/2020
Best Client Workshop 06/15/2020
Orientation Essentials 12/18/2017
InfoMinute Seminar 12/18/2017


ARTS Printing

ARTS Printing


470 Satellite Blvd. NE
Suite G
Suwanee, Ga 30024


Sarah is the organized owner of a service business in Duluth. She keeps a spreadsheet of the printed materials that she needs, including carbonless forms, envelopes, tags, brochures and note cards. An email to place an order makes her life easier.


Endorsement Letters I've Received

AlphaTester 12/07/2021


North Gwinnett Team

Joined on 11/21/2017


TeamCoOrdinator 12/07/2020
ParticipationCoOrdinator 09/27/2022
MembershipCoOrdinator 06/01/2023
Hand Pin 03/02/2021


5-year Pin 12/06/2022
3-year Pin 03/02/2021


Gold Star Pin 09/05/2023

Members I've Invited

Nick Beam

Nick Beam

Andrew  Young

Andrew Young

Meridith  Simes

Meridith Simes

Gary Willie

Gary Willie

Dr. Brandon Faieta

Dr. Brandon Faieta


When a referral opportunity happens during the week, and it needs prompt attention, I will always email or call my team member with the details so that they can respond as soon as possible. Some referrals just can't wait until Tuesday morning. But when something clicks with me during a PowerCore meeting, I will partially fill out the referral record to remind myself to follow up with the prospect during the week to make sure that it is a referral, and not a cold call. Many times, though, that partially-filled-out record will stay at my desk as a reminder until I am having a conversation with the potential referral about some other topic, and not just calling them out of the blue.

Referral Trigger Response