Women Entrepreneurs...Your Time is Now!
Women are starting more businesses than ever before, and for good reason: There's never been a better time to take control of your income, leverage low-cost technology, and create the freedom and life you've always wanted. The new economy is best suited for women who are ready to claim their success.
Meet Ali Brown — the voice for women's entrepreneurial success. Since starting her first business from scratch 11 years ago in her tiny NYC apartment, she's grown her enterprise into the millions and wants to show you how to grow a profitable business as well, no matter what level you want to take it to.
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Over the past two years alone, Ali has received the honor of being ranked on the Inc. 500 list of fastest growing companies in the nation and named one of Ernst & Young's Winning Women Entrepreneurs, one of the Enterprising Women of the Year, one of Forbes' Women to Watch, and more. She was also featured in the season finale of ABC's Secret Millionaire, during which she lived on welfare, volunteered in some hard situations, and then gave away $100,000 of her own money to some of her community's most deserving organizations.
So whether you're a new business owner or have been in business for years, a single gal or a home-based mom with a family, you're about to learn strategies and secrets from the woman named "The Entrepreneurial Guru for Women" by Business News Daily.
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Ali's simple and practical tips will help you build your business, increase your revenues, gain more free time, and create the extraordinary life you always wanted. She's created several dynamic products and programs to help you grow your business - and yourself - ranging from online marketing strategies to business building blocks to success mindsets for entrepreneurs.
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Posted on May 23, 2013 by Ali Brown
Whether you’re on a plane, the beach, or lounging in your hammock this summer, it’s a good time to enjoy some inspiring books written by and for ambitious entrepreneurs. Here’s my list of a few recommended reads for you to dig into during your downtime. They aren’t new, but they are some of the BEST and I try to re-read them every year!
1. Losing My Virginity: How I’ve Survived, Had Fun, and Made a Fortune Doing Business My Way by Sir Richard Branson
This one’s my favorite since you know I just returned from meeting with this amazing entrepreneur in a small group on his private island! His fun and feisty autobiography will give you a glimpse inside the head of one of the true mavericks of the business world. Branson’s stories will shock you, while reminding you to take risks in your life and your business, and never forget to enjoy the ride. (Click here to read more…)
Posted on May 22, 2013 by Ali Brown
I was able to pre-record a special call for the final week of the 4th Annual Inspiring Women Summit. It’s called, “Woman of Worth: Business Brilliance for Making a Living Doing What You Love“ and it will air tomorrow, May 23 at 8pm ET.
Here’s why I’m doing this… (Click here to read more…)
Posted on May 17, 2013 by Ali Brown
It makes complete sense that entrepreneurship is so attractive to women right now. The traditional work model has never been a good fit for women, especially for those raising families (or waiting for our family to arrive ;)), so for us, being able to custom-design a business that fits the lifestyle we want is the ultimate dream.
But, being an entrepreneur requires one KEY quality: the willingness to take risks. And this is where I see many promising entrepreneurs and new business owners struggle. Especially women.
You see, when I mentor a client, she always starts out saying she is finally ready to step up and build a wildly profitable business. (Click here to read more…)