Today's hot topic is all about the Mindset. If you've dreamed of starting your own business or if you've taken the leap into entrepreneurship I want to share some tips of how to prepare yourself to transition from employee to employer.
On today's episode we talk with Monisha Kapur a virtual personal brand style coach and founder of 344pm on how to find your personal style. She helps women entrepreneurs and executives increase their visibility by curating their unique signature style to showcase their personal brand. She’s the creator of the online Signature Style Group Coaching Program designed for women who are looking to find their personal style and dress effortlessly. Monisha first learned how to spot trends while working in NYC's fashion industry. Her style advice has been featured in publications such as Working Mother, Bustle, SWAAY, Mogul Mom, Not Now Mom's Busy and Red Tricycle Seattle. When Monisha is not catching up on the latest style information or working with her fabulous clients she can be found travelling, volunteering and spending time with her 12-year-old daughter- aka her assistant buyer.
On today's episode I talk with Amanda Watson Founder of styleforit.com. Amanda has 20 years in merchandising, buying, and fashion wholesale, most recently in Plus Size Dresses with IGIGI. Worked for the corporations of the major retailers and with start up brands out of NY and San Francisco. Let's talk fashion and being a women in tech!
On today's episode I talk with Simone Robinson-Ross about the changes children had to make this year and how to keep your kids entertained at home, especially in these times. Simone Robinson-Ross is a daughter, wife, mother, Best Selling published author, mentor & designer. Simone has worked in Education for over 20 years in various role teacher, counselor and mentor to name a few. She is the CEO/Founder of Lil’ Tux N’ Tiara’s Event Sitter & Entertainment, Inc. as well as several other business’ that empower fellow professionals, event hosts/producers, creative, adults and children alike to “Design Their Destiny”. In everything she does, she strives to provide information, resources, opportunities, & motivation by way of character, business, and community giveback.
On today's episode we are talking with Adana Austin about ways to increase your visibility and how important it is for your career and business.
Adanna Austin is a Business Coach and Consultant from the twin Island Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. She works 1 on 1 with entrepreneurs to develop a winning mindset to run their business, develop SMART goals, identify their ideal clients and develop strategies to generate revenue and grow their business. She is also an avid writer and blogger who has a weekly blog that shares valuable information about business for entrepreneurs. She runs her own business called Marketing Dynamics Business Solutions and manages an enthusiastic facebook group of over 4000 entrepreneurs called Dynamic Business Strategist.
On today's show we are talking with Trista Polo about her 13 years experience as an Entrepreneur and Business Owner. She is a speaker, trainer and host for podcasts, video and live events around the US. Trista’s mission is to help people win, whatever winning looks like to them. Through transforming conversations with self and others, she helps people access their true power. You can find out more about Trista as a Coach, Speaker and Host at www.IWokeUpAwesome.com.
We will explore 4 tips to build customer relationships with social media.
On today's show we are talking with J Haleem Washington on Highly Profitable Marketing Strategies for Small Business. J Haleem is the author of I Won't Starve, and a nationally published and award winning corporate and commercial photographer. With more than 15 years of experience as an entrepreneur, his company provides education and training focused on entrepreneurship and career development.
On today's show talk with Angelica Marnier Lassiter, the Founder of Corporate Countdown – a web based coaching system that helps women transition out of their 9 to 5 jobs and into careers that excite them.
Let's talk about the 8 signs you need to get out of corporate america. Are you ready to leave your 9 to 5?
On today's show talk with Katie Hornor, a best-selling author, women’s business coach and international speaker. After leaving all for a ministry opportunity overseas only to have it pulled out from under them, Tap & Katie Hornor built a business and a movement in their second language among the fastest growing market demographic in the world, changing the future of education for Hispanic families. In addition to the homeschool curriculum at Lemonahss.com, Katie has created 24 online courses, over 50 self-published books and teaches her business clients at KatieHornor.com to do the same so that they too can change the future for their clients.
It's the first episode of the season and I am so excited! Let's start the new season and roll into the new month with intention. Let's begin with a our hot topic. Today's hot topic is all about marketing.
Sis, don't let social media fool you. Entrepreneurship is a long lonely road and it's definitely not for the faint-heart. If you want to start a small business, don’t quit your day job—yet. Launching a successful startup is a process. Build your business in stages and gradually transition from employee to entrepreneur.
As a new business owner, it will take some time to earn a steady income. Keep your nine-to-five and work on the business during off hours so you can earn during those tough, first stages. Once you have a healthy inflow of cash from your company, you can tackle business ownership full time.