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.
Learn From a Recognized Leader in Business
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.
Get Started With Ali Today — Programs, Products, or Mentoring
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.
And her mentoring programs are unrivaled. It’s your chance to personally work with not just a “marketing expert” or “coach” but a true business mentor — one who has been honored just in the past two years as an Inc. 500-ranked CEO, a Forbes Woman to Watch, an Enterprising Woman of the Year, and one of Ernst & Young’s Winning Women…among other honors. From virtual online programs to live, personal mentoring, Ali offers many levels of coaching, consulting and training for business owners—both new and advanced.
Ali and her business advice has been featured on...
Posted on April 23, 2014 by Ali Brown
Glambition™ Radio just wrapped its 20th episode, and I’m so happy you’re all enjoying the show! There’s truly nothing like it. (See some of our great feedback below.)
And iTunes agrees, listing us in “What’s Hot” in their Business Category.
If you haven’t caught up with us yet, here’s a sneak peek at three of our most popular recent episodes that you can listen to or download right now for free: (more…)
Posted on April 22, 2014 by Ali Brown
Colleen DeBaise is changing the way entrepreneurial women are viewed in the media. A prominent journalist in the small business space, writing and editing for the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, Entrepreneur, and BusinessWeek, she’s also been interviewed on MSNBC, CNBC and NPR. And she’s author of the Wall Street Journal Complete Small Business Guidebook.
But what caught my eye is her latest gig as the director of digital media at The Story Exchange, a nonprofit media organization that is devoted to sharing the stories of women business owners.
Posted on April 18, 2014 by Ali Brown
As entrepreneurs, we pride ourselves on our individualistic natures and the strength it takes for us to show up every day and run our businesses. But once we step into a big role, even we can’t escape those humbling moments where we come face to face with our inherent weaknesses. Some of us are brilliant at motivating our team, but we get a little sloppy when tending to little details. Others shine at ironing out inefficiencies, but aren’t so good at big-picture innovating.
These inconsistencies are what make us human. And while it might be hard to fess up to our weaknesses, bringing them to light is exactly what we need to do in order to make sure our businesses succeed. (more…)