Why I Love My Business
In honor of the national day of love I wanted to ask a few phenomenal women business owners “why do they love what they do?”. In a few brief words below are the answers they gave.
Do me a favor and ask yourself “Why do you love what you do?”
Everyday we grind to build a successful business to reach our goals. In doing so we tend to forget why we are doing it, what makes us move, what wakes us up at 3 am, and what makes us smile when we are serving our realness to our customer/client.
Why I Love being an entrepreneur….
I get to spend more time with family. As an mom and entrepreneur with children I have the ability to adjust my schedules to attend school functions and other activities my family engage with.
I love helping female entrepreneurs to become profitable home business owners because knowing that more women have the ability to provide for their families means less struggle and more happiness in the household.
Meet ShaChena Gibbs: Entrepreneur, Educator, Author and Association Executive, ShaChena Gibbs is helping women across the world with starting, growing, running and profiting successful business from home. ShaChena Gibbs is the Founder of Real Sisters Rising Women Business Association an award winning women’s network and the Author of The CEO System.
W: www.realsistersrising.com Social: www.facebook.com/reaslsistersrising
I love helping women to accessorize because it makes them feel special.
Met Coretta Campbell: I am a Jewelry Stylist with Traci Lynn Jewelry. I transform your wardrobe with beautiful accessories and handbags.
I love helping entrepreneurs to stand out from the crowded marketplace and make more money because I love helping people to monetize their gifts.
Met Stevii Aisha Mills: Stevii Aisha Mills is a woman on a mission to increase joy and clarity to the world, one person, one conversation, and one experience at a time – which she likely to accomplish as a media icon. As both a television and radio show host, Stevii is the voice of a generation.
W: www.cultivatingyouritfactor.com Social: www.instagram.com/juststevii
I love helping leaders to actualize because that’s true success.
Meet Nichole Singleton: Fearless and Unapologetic that is Who I Am; infecting all with the boldness to pursue their greatness and be. No excuses all action mentor with a plain and simple principle; Learn2Earn, Know2Grow and Actualize2Manifest; start with you that is the secret to success!
I love helping women baby boomers to take their brand from bland to brilliant because they are career experts and superstars in their industry.
Meet Pam Perry: Pam Perry is an award-winning communications professional. She teaches and mentors authors, speakers and entrepreneurs on how to build a platform and attract major media and publishing contracts. She is also the publisher of SPEAKERS MAGAZINE and co-founder of Digital Business Acceleration.
W: www.pamperrypr.com Social: www.facebook.com/pamperrypr
I love helping people to achieve their dreams because being of service is the rent we pay for being blessed with the gift of life.
Meet Elissa Gabrielle: Empowering, Enlightening, Engaging and Inspirational, Elissa Gabrielle is a powerhouse in the literary industry. Respected by many, revered in the highest regard, Elissa Gabrielle maintains a spirit of excellence in all she does. She is known to have the midas touch. Elissa Gabrielle has broken the ceiling of literary excellence with her gift in the skill of multi-genre writing. The author of multiple poetry books, numerous novels and contributor to several anthologies, Elissa has proven herself to be well-versed in artistic creativity. Elissa Gabrielle has the uncanny ability to take newcomers and mold, shape them into literary superstars and has created multiple award-winning authors and best-selling books in the process. Elissa Gabrielle’s award-winning novel Eye of the Beholder was recommended by USA TODAY and she won Female Author of the Year for the novel by the African American Literary Awards.
W: www.elissagabrielle.com Social: www.facebook.com/ElissaGabrielle
Don’t forget to show your customers how much you love serving them all year around. You can do so by following up, sending birthday cards, offering incentives, over delivering and under promise.
Happy Valentine Day Entrepreneurs!
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