Have you ever wondered how entrepreneurs work past obstacles to get BIG results? If so, then you’ll definitely want to tune in to this week’s It Girl Radio episode!
For this week’s episode, I’m delighted to share with you my recent conversation with Business Architect, Luisa Zhou.
Luisa had taken one of my online programs a few years back so I decided to follow up with her to see how she was doing. During a recent trip to New York, I was able to meet up with her to discuss her progress as an entrepreneur.
She started out in the corporate world working 9 to 5 but realized that there’s was something more waiting for her.
In spite of a failed tech start-up, facing opposition from family members, and dealing with her own doubts, she was able to successfully build a 7-figure business helping other women to live life on their terms.
When Luisa and I met up in New York recently, we discussed the challenges that often come up when women make the transition from the corporate world into entrepreneurship. She talked about her own personal journey and offered some awesome tips to help others achieve mega-results!
Get ready to take notes and listen to us chat about:
- Developing the right mindset to have better focus to manage your finances and any challenges you face as you start on your journey
- Knowing and understanding that YOU know better than anyone else what’s best for you no matter what anyone close to you says
- You don’t have to be born with confidence to become a successful entrepreneur – just tackle your fears one step at a time!
By listening to this week’s It Girl Radio episode, you’ll also hear Luisa and I talk about the importance of not trying to compete or do what everyone else is doing.
Instead, it’s much more important to take the time to create something valuable and do that one thing really well so it can carry you as you grow and build your business.
Before you try to jump ahead to your next goals, take a step back and evaluate the big picture and let the ideas come to you instead of trying to chase after them.
Thanks so much for listening! :-)