Nisha Goyal, Sr. Small Business Banker

Nisha Goyal

Vice President
Sr. Small Business Banker
3030 Windy Hill Rd
Marietta, GA 30067
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Welcome to Bank of America Small Business. With 13 years of banking experience, I work with businesses in the Marietta and West Cobb areas. I am committed to understanding what makes your business unique, so I can deliver financial solutions that help you grow, manage and protect your business while planning for the future.

I am a graduate of India and received a Masters of Business Administration from India. In my spare time I enjoy cooking, music, spending time with my family, and traveling. I am a member of the Leadership, Education, Advocacy and Development for Women Network at Bank of America, and supporter of the March of Dimes Foundation, St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, and United Way.

As a business owner, you need a Small Business Banker who understands your local market — someone who can provide you with the personal service you need to help protect and grow the business you've worked so hard to build.

June 2018

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    It’s good to get away. Your business will thank you — and so will your employees.
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Why you can — and should — take a vacation

In the first few years of starting a business, it may feel like the business owns you. Being a grinding workaholic may have been good for your business, but it’s also a great way to burn out. And if you can’t unplug, you may be passing that mind-set on to your employees.

Truth is, taking vacation time improves personal productivity and creativity. These four tips can help you better balance your life and de-stress your workplace — with the end result of delivering even better customer service.

  1. Plan ahead

    Let your clients and employees know when you plan on taking a vacation. Block your calendar, adding an “out of office notice” (with contact information for your delegates) and make sure that your business will be properly staffed while you’re away.
  2. Delegate

    Empower your employees to make decisions while you’re gone. Make sure they know who to contact for tasks you normally manage.
  3. Have an escalation plan

    There may be moments when you need to weigh in on a specific issue. Make sure your employees know the conditions under which they have authority to make decisions, and those where you need to be consulted. That way, you won’t be tethered to email and can rest assured they will call or text you to escalate an issue in the (hopefully) odd chance you need to be brought in.
  4. Be creative

    Not sure that a 2-week vacation is right for your business situation? Try adding a day or two to business travel to explore a new city. Or “unplug” during a series of 3-day weekends to give yourself a fresh perspective.

Bottom line, take those needed days off. You’ll come back recharged and more creative. Your business will thank you — and so will your employees.

Read additional tips on how you can, and why you should, take a break.

Source: Vacation: How Entrepreneurs Can, And Why They Should, Take A Break

Dinah Wisenberg Brin,, Jan. 31, 2018


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