Startup Princess is an international network committed to Empowering Women Entrepreneurs by offering resources for women in business to support, mentor, collaborate, learn from, and inspire one another. In 2006, after struggling to raise funding for an initial business venture, Kelly King Anderson recognized an important market niche existed for reliable resources educating women desiring to start and grow successful businesses, thus Startup Princess was developed (via their website.)
In this candid interview Allison Nazarian tells us her journey into business as a copywriter and what she has learned about getting clients, finding her sweet spot and being certified. She also shares what she has received from being on Twitter. She is the author of "Love Your Mess"
In this episode Del Williams talks to the CEO on leadership, his founding of Blinds.com and how he keeps his staff motivated.
CEO, Gini Dietrich of Arment-Dietrich talks to Delores about what she sees is happening between social media and public relations.
Del Williams speaks Ava Diamond, President of the Diamond Success Group, Ava is a sought-after speaker, consultant, facilitator, and seminar leader. Her programs are filled with practical information—people come away with the inspiration, motivation and tools they need to succeed. Ava is a featured author in Real World Management Strategies that Work, which features twelve of the nation’s top authorities on management and leadership. She is also the author of Great Quotes from Feisty Women, a book of inspirational quotations with insight and down-to-earth wisdom from Ava. She holds a Masters Degree in Management.
Del Williams sits down with Cameron Herold, the innovative business guy behind 1-800-Got-Junk, and talks to him about his new venture, backpackcoo.com and what he thinks business owners need to work on to be competitive in this day and age.
Trey Pennington tells us the importance of telling our stories, our reasons why we do what we do to our customers. People buy from people they know, like and trust, this comes from the stories, not just the features and benefits of the product or story. Your story is unique, so tell it.
The expert on Internet business has joined Del in this great interview. The bestselling author is NOT just a writer, but a real business man. In other words, he knows how to do business online and has done so since 1995. You can see his work at joelcomm.com
Founder and owner of myvirtualpartner.com, Deborah helps online business owners with all their tech stuff like building websites, shopping carts, and more. In this interview Deborah talks about the types of virtual assistants, where to look for them, and why a business owner needs one.
Marsha Collier is one of the foremost eBay experts and educators in the world. With over 1 million copies of her books in print (with special editions for the UK, Germany, France, Canada, Australia - and an edition in Spanish), she is the top selling eBay author. Among her books, eBay For Dummies is the best selling book for eBay beginners while her eBay Business All-in-One Desk Reference For Dummies is the best selling title on operating an eBay business. Marsha also shares her eBay business expertise in streaming video at Entrepreneur.com’s “Entrepreneur’s Coaches Corner”; and is Entrepreneur.com’s online eBay columnist.
Along with her writing, Marsha is also an experienced eBay educator. She was one of the original eBay University instructors as well as a regular presenter at eBay Live. Marsha also hosted Make Your Fortune Online, a PBS special on eBay and online business that premiered in 2005. The show was the basis for her PBS premium five DVD set, Your Online Business Plan. She makes regular appearances on television, radio, and in print to discuss eBay commerce.
Did you know that the average LinkedIn user has an income of over $100,000 a year? Can you imagine what it could it do for your business to be rubbing shoulders with these people?
Viveka Von Rosen is a top expert on the subject of LinkedIn. She has well over 11,000 contacts on her personal LinkedIn account, which in terms of LinkedIn is just huge! She trains others on how to get a big, responsive LinkedIn network too. Listen to this interview where she reveals some of her best strategies for using LinkedIn to grow your business!
Check out Viveka over at her site http://linkedintobusiness.com
During this show Del and Dondi discuss mentoring and its importance for shaping life and business.
Dondi Scumaci is an international speaker, author and expert in professional and personal development. Known for high energy seminars that produce dramatic results, Scumaci’s workshops are designed to deliver solid, actionable disciplines for employees and executives alike. Her best-selling book Designed for Success: The 10 Commandments for Women in the Workplace empowers women to be more effective, successful and satisfied at work.
During this interview Del and Dondi discuss mentoring, what it is and how to find one. Listeners can download a free chapter from "Career Moves" on her website
If there’s living proof that women can have it all – and then some – it’s Carla Young. Founder and CEO, Carla takes pride in her role as a wife, mother and businesswoman, and finding that enviable balance.
Carla rejected the old model of women trying compete with men and to “do it all” as an unhealthy and unsustainable way to do business. Instead, she built her copywriting agency on a virtual, work-from-home model, leveraging her time with the help of a talented support team and the right blend of technology and marketing savvy.
After constantly being approached by other Moms who wanted to do the same, Carla saw a need to build a resource community for other Moms. Currently in development, MOMeo Community.com is that resource community that supports Mompreneurs in achieving success on their terms.
Sarah Robinson discusses her blog and tribe at www.escaping-mediocrity.com and her first live event, creating irresistible presence.
Del Williams, Carla Young and Reese Spykerman have a no holds barred discussion on women, weight, and the double standard. Obesity is a problem, but what about the ones trying to fit into a double zero. The two extremes, with both effecting the health of women.