One of the most daunting four-letter words for entrepreneurs—particularly women entrepreneurs—is the word D-E-B-T.
Most of us have had debt, or are in it right now and desperately trying to get out of it. We want to grow our businesses, but we cower under “tough love” financial advice from advisors like Suze Orman.
I love Suze’s advice on investing, and I’ve had the pleasure of speaking on stage with her. But she got my goat when she recommended that aspiring entrepreneurs should build impeccable credit first, and save TWELVE months of operating expenses… BEFORE starting a business at all! (Click here to read more…)
Posted on April 11, 2014 by Ali Brown
Denise Wilson, CEO of Desert Jet, this week on Glambition™ Radio
How do you go from being a professional oboist and music teacher to owning a jet company?
Fasten your seatbelts, because Denise Wilson’s entrepreneurial dream has taken flight… and Glambition Radio is taking you along for the ride!
Denise is the CEO of Desert Jet, an aircraft charter company that she founded in 2007. Desert Jet offers on-demand jet charters through its fleet of aircraft based in Palm Springs, California.
Denise led Desert Jet’s growth as one of the nation’s fastest growing, privately-owned companies, ranking the last three years on the Inc. 500 list with a growth rate of over 600%! (Click here to read more…)
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Posted on April 8, 2014 by Ali Brown
Manage your “business miracles”… free webinar!
If you’re spiritual by nature and know in your heart that you are meant to contribute to the world in a significant way, then you’re going to love this.
I’m writing to tell you about a free webinar that’s being hosted by a dynamic client of mine whom I mentor personally.
Heather Dominick has tapped into something very significant for specific entrepreneurs. She has found that many coaches, healing practitioners, and creatives are what she calls, highly sensitive entrepreneurs™. (Click here to read more…)
Posted on April 1, 2014 by Ali Brown
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