Steph Wagner, Divorce Concierge, on Glambition Radio with Ali Brown

Steph Wagner - Glambition RadioAfter years of the “perfect” marriage, she found out her husband was living a double life! Financial analyst Steph Wagner was devastated by divorce, but was determined not to let it destroy her future. So, she developed a plan to rebuild her self-worth… and her net worth. On this week’s episode of Glambition Radio, you’ll hear how Steph became a fiscal detective, found the strength to fight for what she deserved, and why she’s made it her life’s work to protect the financial well-being of other women facing divorce.

Steph married her college sweetheart, a man who shared her ambition and drive. They both found success quickly, with Steph becoming a V.P of a private-equity fund by the time she was 25. A few years later, she gave up her career to raise their three boys, confident in her marriage and the life she and her husband were building together. But, when her husband confessed he was having an affair, her world fell apart. [Read more…]

Your Revelation! is TODAY

We are just a few hours away from Revelation! And THOUSANDS of you are registered. I am humbled, honored, and over the moon!

I know you’re busy, so I just wanted to drop one more reminder. If you haven’t registered yet, there’s still time to join us here.

The call is free, and you can listen via phone, Web, or Skype. (You’ll get all the details once you sign up.)

During this teleseminar, I’ll be sharing how you can: [Read more…]

Tomorrow: Go big? Or go home? (I chose home…)

As I was growing my business, I heard from more than one mentor things like… “Go BIG or go home. MASSIVE action or nothing!” Hmmm.

It made me feel like my life wouldn’t matter unless I did what seemed like BIG things. So I pushed and I pushed.

And, I went BIG. I did some great things. And I helped a lot of people too. But I got so caught up in the BIGNESS, that eventually I realized I didn’t even know what I wanted anymore.

I was exhausted. So then, I decided to “go home”. By home what I mean is my Truth. My Soul. My connection with Spirit.

And ironically, from there it was where I actually discovered my bigness.

But in a natural, more effortless way. It’s a commitment that carries ME, instead of the other way around.

TOMORROW is the day I’m finally ready to talk about all this. How I lost my faith, found it again, stepped into my higher calling, and THEN (and only then) attracted everything I’d ever dreamed. [Read more…]

The week I lived on welfare…

Just a few years ago, I was invited to be on an ABC show called Secret Millionaire. Were you able to see it?

During the weeklong shoot, I was stripped of my identity, lived on welfare wages of $55, and volunteered in some emotional situations. And at the end of the week I gave away $100,000 to some really deserving people in my community. It was quite an experience.

When you watch that episode (which aired as the Season 2 Finale, and you can view it on Amazon), you will see me transform before your eyes.

People ask me, “Wow Ali, was that experience hard for you?”

And they typically look stunned at my answer, which is…

Actually, I didn’t want to come back.”

THAT is how I knew something was wrong with my life. [Read more…]

It’s time… for a Revelation.

Last year I released a groundbreaking VIDEO about my personal path with my “higher power”.

It featured me and my family, and my talking about my relationship with Spirit.

It received more views and positive response than anything I’d ever done.

And it led to a pivotal call I hosted on how to INSTANTLY regain this power in your own life. [Read more…]

Jenny Fenig, Author of “Get Gutsy” on Glambition Radio with Ali Brown

Jenny Fenig - Glambition Radio_v1My client Jenny Fenig was living the glitzy and glamorous dream of every young executive, complete with a six-figure income, high-powered job, and fantastic Manhattan apartment. So why did she give it all up? On this week’s episode of Glambition Radio, you’ll hear what made Jenny “Get Gutsy” and find her passion, her secret to earning more and working less, and why she’s decided to help women entrepreneurs find the courage they need to break free and find their true calling.

Jenny spent a decade climbing the corporate ladder, and it looked like she had it all. She broke the six-figure glass ceiling in her job as a conference producer, and was living with her husband in a luxury apartment overlooking the Hudson River. But, something was missing. She tried to fill the void with Coach bags and Happy Hours, but shopping and alcohol addictions weren’t the answer. And the long hours she put in at the office were suffocating. When a business trip to Las Vegas forced her to celebrate her 30th birthday alone in a hotel room, Jenny’s inner voice told her loud and clear that she wasn’t living the life she was supposed to live. And she vowed to make a career change. [Read more…]

Money is the new ‘it’ topic for women (free training)

kendall-summerhawkThanks to sites like Daily Worth, women and money has become the new “it” topic for women to master. Suddenly, it’s cool to be talking about money, especially if you’re a woman entrepreneur and you love coaching or empowering others.

This topic is close to my heart, so I wanted you to know about my longtime client Kendall SummerHawk’s free training webinar “Money Breakthrough Coaching Secrets“, coming up next week.

Her money teachings are nothing short of incredibly powerful.
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Lori Crete, The Esthetician Mentor, this week on Glambition Radio

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The tragic events of 9-11 caused former flight attendant Lori Crete to change the direction of her life. She left a steady paycheck to pursue her dream of working for herself in the beauty industry, and now she’s The Esthetician Mentor. On this week’s episode of Glambition Radio, you’ll hear how Lori turned tragedy into an opportunity for change, and how her Six-Figure Esthetician System is transforming the lives of thousands of women in the beauty biz. 

Growing up, Lori had a fascination with “all things beauty”. When she was a little girl she played with her mom’s eye shadows and lipsticks, and when she was a teenager she took on the role of “official” family hairstylist. Never dreaming she could make a living at what she loved to do, she took a job as a flight attendant and worked for American Airlines for 13 years. But, after losing friends and colleagues on 9-11, Lori decided it was time for a big change in her life.  [Read more…]