Discover how former director turned “accidental entrepreneur,” Tirzah Shirai, founder and CEO of BlinkBar scaled to over $30 Million in less than five years by creating the "Starbucks of the lash industry.”
Kimberly Spencer shares why you must be on a campaign to share your business' WHY like a politician running for president, and an NLP communication tool to help you attract your tribe of ideal customers into your biz.
Do you ever fear releasing a product because it feels super sacred? In this episode, Kimberly Spencer discusses the seasons of creativity and how to overcome your fear of it "not being perfect" so that it instead serves.
In this episode, Kimberly Spencer interviews business consultant, serial entrepreneur, and CEO of Raincatcher, Inc. which helps small business owners buy and sell their businesses, on the how, when, and why you should consider selling your business.
What would your Facebook relationship status be with your biz? Most beginning entrepreneurs struggle because their relationship with their business is not defined. It’s open or it’s complicated. Just like with any relationship, it takes courage to speak up for your needs and to share your relationship status with your friends. In this episode you'll learn how to change your relationship status with your business, so that you get to more profit, more support, and more impact.
In this episode you’ll learn why you should make failure fun, how to incorporate being a princess into your business (without being in pageants), and the secret to becoming Wonder Woman and believing that you can do anything.
In this episode, you’ll learn why doing all the things will not necessarily bring you more income, the right and wrong ways to use Youtube and Facebook to build your business, and why you need to “get engaged” to your business.