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5 Women Entrepreneurs Who Will Change The Way You Think About Work
When most of us think about ‘work’ we picture office jobs, working 9 to 5 and colleagues who inspire various levels of admiration or irritation. The concept of work, however, doesn’t have to be rigid and regular. These five women entrepreneurs have shaken things up for themselves and the people they work with. Read through and be inspired by their courage, vision and contradictory approach to career building.When most of us think about ‘work’ we picture office jobs, working 9 to 5 and colleagues who inspire various levels of admiration or irritation. The concept of work, however, doesn’t have to be rigid and regular. These five women entrepreneurs have shaken things up for themselves and the people they work with. Read through and be inspired by their courage, vision and contradictory approach to career building.
1. Carrie Green: Female Entrepreneur Association
Carrie Green – Female Entrepreneur Association
After building her own global mobile phone unlocking business to help her get through her law degree, Carrie Green realized that she wanted to continue down an entrepreneurial path. The isolation that she felt as an online entrepreneur inspired her to reach out to women looking to build their own business. A few years later, the Female Entrepreneur Association was alive and kicking!
Today, the Female Entrepreneur Association has over 140,000 followers, a monthly magazine, titled ‘This Girl Means Business,’ a membership platform and monthly training bundles for women entrepreneurs. Carrie has been featured in leading UK news publications and recently gave an immensely inspiring talk to TedX Manchester on ‘Programming Your Mind For Success.’
This solopreneur is the epitome of someone who identified a dream and a need and then went for it. Carrie’s passion and determination should inspire you to choose your own path in life and then make it happen.
You can connect with Carrie at: www.femaleentrepreneurassociation.com
2. Marie Forleo: MarieForleo.com
Marie Forleo – Credit: Eric Michael Pearson Photograhpy
Well-known for her candid and sassy approach, Marie Forleo has built an online empire around the concept of building “a business and life you love.” With her own online TV show, Marie TV, and the highly acclaimed B-School, a business and marketing course for entrepreneurs, Marie Forleo uses her infectious personality and business experience to motivate entrepreneurs around the world.
Raised on the Jersey Shore, Marie knows that loving your unique personality and using it to build your brand is something we should all take advantage of. Her no nonsense approach to business embraces quirkiness, fashion and femininity. She has been featured alongside mega stars such as Oprah and Richard Branson and is now considered a celebrity personality as much as she is a business guru. Marie Forleo can teach us all a thing or two about how being yourself and working hard can attract your dream audience.
Find out more about Marie at: www.marieforleo.com
3. Tamara Hackett: Your Pretty Pages
Tamara Hackett – Your Pretty Pages
Canadian-based entrepreneur Tamara Hackett is an organization, planning and productivity queen. The mom of two has built an online business, with a passive income model, around her lifestyle. Tamara’s business, Your Pretty Pages, provides home-based and small business owners with beautiful, downloadable business tools. From business planning worksheets to client questionnaires, Tamara provides entrepreneurs with solutions to their administrative, marketing and customer management needs.
Tamara’s business is an example of how a love of beautiful visuals and a mind for practicality can be turned into a profitable venture. She keeps ‘fun’ and ‘feminine’ present in even the most straightforward business tasks and inspires business owners to make organization a priority. Going beyond her products, Tamara writes an inspiring blog with a ‘Featured Entrepreneur’ section, interviewing the business women she works with.
Learn more about Tamara and her business at: www.yourprettypages.com
4. Reshma Chamberlin and Elizabeth Buchanan: Muzio App
Reshma and Elizabeth – Muzio App
While this pair technically turns my ‘5 Women Entrepreneurs’ into six, they’re both definitely worth a mention. Best friends Reshma and Elizabeth share a belief that “beautiful design can inspire great happiness.” They set out to bring the concept of art curatorship to everyone via an app that allows users to collect, display and share information in a beautiful way.
Muzio App enables you to create and edit inspired collections of memorable moments using photos, video and voice, audio, and text. The idea is expandable, offering a platform that works for both individuals and businesses looking to share their work and inspiration. This inspirational pair show us how even a traditional artistic concept can be brought into the technological world.
Discover Muzio App today at: www.muzioapp.com
5. Amy Porterfield: AmyPorterfield.com
Social Media Strategy Consultant and online business expert Amy Porterfield is the go-to person for advice on building an online platform. Amy helps others build a life out of what of they love by teaching effective self-promotion and online marketing techniques. It’s no surprise that the former online marketing advisor to Tony Robbins and co-writer of ‘Facebook For Dummies’ has an enormous online following.
Amy’s brilliance is not only in her vast experience and knowledge but also in her understanding that small businesses don’t want to spend hours each day marketing themselves. She has developed strategies and programs to help entrepreneurs and public-facing people build an online presence in a simple and effective way. Her ‘work’ is all about helping others to do well in theirs — something the world can always use more of.
Check out Amy’s social media how-to’s at: www.amyporterfield.com
Have these women inspired you to break away from the 9 to 5 and launch your own business? If there’s one thing they can teach us, it’s that living your dreams is possible. If you’re looking to take the leap yourself, put on your planning cap and get to it. In the words of Barbara Sher, “It’s only too late if you don’t start now.”
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