The Good Team

Like good friends, The Good Team seek to support their clients not only in word, but also deed.

Nathan Good

A dreamer by nature, a shrewd business owner by nurture. Having owned and operated his own coffeehouse for seven years, from the birth of a business plan to brewing the daily java, Nathan can speak to the needs of a proprietor like no one else. The beauty of what he does now is that he can walk alongside someone and understand what it feels like being in their shoes. This attitude of empathy is reflected in his position to “only make money when my clients make money” and to be extremely up-front about his own profits. Stemming from that is the belief that a business owner needs to spend their time running their business, not trouble-shooting the minute details of getting the money they earn. Like good friends, Nathan and the team seek to support their clients not only in

This attitude of empathy is reflected in his position to “only make money when my clients make money” and to be extremely up-front about his own profits. Stemming from that is the belief that a business owner needs to spend their time running their business, not trouble-shooting the minute details of getting the money they earn. Like good friends, Nathan and the team seek to support their clients not only in word, but also deed.

Meredith Good

The part she enjoyed the most about her ten-year career as a registered nurse was the patient interactions, and the ability to get creative in meeting their needs. Now, Meredith gets to exercise her God-given creative muscle in client support. Whether it is writing a press release for a client, or helping with marketing ideas, Meredith thrives in the ability to apply ingenuity to any situation.

Given that many business owners have limited advertising resources, Meredith enjoys exploring alternative methods of getting the word out about a business. She is also the presence that is often in the office, making sure things are running well for the Good Team behind-the-scenes

Abigail GoodEzra Bennett Good and Simeon Good are an essential part of the Good Team because “they are the reason we do what we do,” says their Mother. “We have made the choice to take the high road because of our desire to be a minute-by-minute influence on raising our children.” Plus, it’s Business 101 for children. Watch out, Shandon, for a lemonade stand coming soon (and I am sure it will take plastic).

Good Times

Although work actually is fun, there are a few things The Goods like that does not classify as labor. As a family, we enjoy walking around the neighborhood, reading books together, “having coloring contests,” and cooking. Meredith picks up her violin to attempt a little play-by-ear session and Abigail and Ezra like to play their harmonicas. Nate is in pure Heaven if he can go on a long run throughout downtown Columbia. Overall, we haven’t over-scheduled the kids with activities because we enjoy an old fashioned sit-down family dinner almost every night. Anything we can do as a family is our favorite thing to do.

A Few Of Our Awesome Clients

Charleston Repeats is owned and operated by three local moms: Elizabeth Barnhill, Heather Gilbert, and Amy Walters. Born and raised in the Lowcountry, we love raising our children here.

Charleston Repeats
Charleston Repeats

Alicia Yarbrough is the Chef and President of Yummie Creations, Inc. Alicia was born and raised in Saluda, South Carolina and graduated from Saluda High School in 1990.

Yummie Creations
Yummie Creations

In 1997, Kelly Graybill started Tot Trade, a business that she has seen grow from 36 consignors to now over 1300 consignors! “And things continue to get better and better, growing season after season!”

Tot Trade- SC
Tot Trade- SC