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The Stiletto Business Strategies(tm) Symposium is launching in our Nation's Capital on Friday, April 10th. The stellar women entrepreneurs who have stepped up to lead and guide the movement will join us today to share what they are delivering to empower those in attendance. It's not too late to take advantage of our $50 gift to you! Just visit http://stilettowbodc.eventbrite.com
Delayna Keller Watkins, is our Leading Ambassador and has a lot to share about the importance of achieving a healthy lifestyle and how that equals a prosperous one. Donna Smith Bellinger will open up about creating consistent revenue in your business and advancing it to the next level. Dr. Estrelita Bruce is bringing into focus the importance of leveling your mindset to create a success-driven one. There is so many more dynamic women on the agenda, and we want you in the room with us!
Dial in today to get a glimpse of the power in the room on Friday, April 10th! Dial in 347-826-9330
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Monique Caradine is an award-winning TV & Radio personality, Speaker and a Money & Marketing mentor for women entrepreneurs.
She uses her nearly two decades as a producer and on-air personality and 10 years as an entrepreneur, to help women in business be seen, make an impact and make money.
Monique has been featured on the top national media outlets including CNN, National Public Radio, FOX News, ESSENCE Magazine, SIRIUS XM Satellite Radio, the Chicago Tribune, Black Enterprise.com and many more.
Her international roster of clients includes globally recognized brands such as INK (Inc) Magazine, Black Enterprise Magazine, the National PTA, United Way, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. and Nielsen.
Having mentored dozens of entrepreneurs on how to become influential high-earners, Monique is now seen as one of the most respected experts in the coaching industry when it comes to Visibility and Money.
Monique is a mom and wife who now lives full-time on the beautiful Island of Puerto Rico.
You’ve encountered them at one point or another—someone calls your home phone, offering a certain product or service. This form of sales, called direct marketing, is often considered annoying and invasive by consumers but when carefully planned and implemented, it can be a great source of income for anyone who wants to bring extra money to the family.
But where do you start? And more importantly, how do you ensure you have the right skills, tools, and ethics to take on the discerning taste of consumers?
Our guest in today’s Christian Women Entrepreneurs on Fire episode Chris York will share with us what we need to know before embarking on a direct marketing gig.
Chris is a Professional Network Marketer, Internet Marketer, and involved in Direct Sales of skin care and anti-aging products. She started in 1999 and is now working for a global company where she is building a large team of people from different parts of the world.
Showcasing extraordinary women who are doing some of the most amazing things as they use God's principles to rise, climb and shine!
If your New Years resolution is to finally become your own boss and start your own business, this is the show to give you the adrenaline you need. Tune into our news segment with the top women headliners for the past week: the swearing in of the largest women in history ever with the 114th Congress, to the top headline in Washington DC with the retirement of Senator Barbara Boxer and the race for the newest hotly contested race in 2016 Senatorial Races. In business news, Sallie Krawcheck, Ellevate Chair is making headlines with her bold prediction on how women can dramatically improve the economy.
The last half hour we will focus on the 2015 Top Women Entrepreneurs to watch: Entrepreneur just released their 2015 Franchise 500 Rankings and we give you the insight to the top franchises with women at the helm: Rhoda Olsen-CEO of Great Clips (#37), Sue Steen-CEO of ServPro (#7), Michelle Fee-CEO & Co-Founder of Cruise Planners (#22), Auntie Anne's Founder Anne Beiler (#34), Kate Cole-CEO of Cinnabon (#65) to up & coming franchises powerhouse women as Dzana Homan-CEO of School of Rock and Eileen Huntington Co-Founder of Huntington Learning Centers. We also cover the next generation of women entrepreneurs and founders released in Forbes 30 Under 30, who are destined to grow their businesses to stardom: Michelle Phan of ipsy, Jessica Matthews of Unchartered Play, Kiah Williams of SIRUM and Danielle Weisberg & Carly Zakin of theSkimm. This is a power packed hour surely to inspire you to achieve your entrepreneurial dreams too!
Topic: “The 2014 Women Entrepreneurs Agenda”
Kimberly A. Blackwell is the chief executive officer of PMM Agency. The Columbus, Ohio, based marketing firm provides comprehensive brand strategy, advertising, communication, events and crisis management services to its clients and partners. PMM has earned a reputation as a trusted brand manager from world-class athletic organizations and celebrities to Fortune 100 global corporations including Nationwide Insurance, Dell, Macy’s Inc., American Express, and USA Track & Field.
In 2013, Black Enterprise featured Ms. Blackwell as one of its “Top Executives in Marketing & Advertising.” Ms. Blackwell also received national recognition in The Network Journal’s “25 Influential Black Women in Business.” In 2012, she was featured in the Power Issue of Black Enterprise among its “Rising Business All-Stars 40 Under 40.”
With executive training from Harvard, Northwestern and Cornell Universities, Ms. Blackwell is a certified diversity and inclusion professional who consults in the areas of organizational effectiveness. She received her bachelor’s degree from Syracuse University and earned a master's from Xavier University (Ohio.)
Kimberly is a member of The National Women’s Business Council (NWBC) is a non-partisan federal advisory council created to serve as an independent source of advice and counsel to the President, Congress, and the U.S. Small Business Administration on economic issues of importance to women business owners. http://nwbc.gov/
Returning guest, Elena Camp is a business and money mentor to women entrepreneurs. She helps women who are in business or want to start a business make six figures and beyond. Her purpose is to help women make more money, do what they love and enjoy more freedom.
She has a signature system that provides the tools and support to help women entrepreneurs:
Increase their Cash Flow
Charge What They are Worth
Discover their Hidden Profits
Create a Money Mindset
Establish themselves as Sought After Experts
Attract a Steady Stream of Clients
She also helps women understand the laws of money so that they understand and improve their relationship with money. Elena is the author of Passion, Purpose and Profits. You can visit her at www.easyincomestrategies.com.
PWE Empowerment Radio presents our 2nd Monday's with Award Winning, Fireball of an Inspirational Speaker, International Author, Self-Worth Builder & Non-profit and Executive Director, Shalonda "Coach Treasure" Williams. Join us at 6 p.m. EST as Coach Treasure host the unmasking of some of our world's greatest, most awesome women entrepreneurs. This week she will be joined by Apostle, Entrepreneur and Author, Candace N. Ford of CNF Ministries and Love Cloning Publishing. As an author, speaker and ministry leader Apostle Candace shares a wonderful life with her husband Apostle Kevin Ford and their beautiful children. She lives to advance the kingdom of God. She also encourages entrpreneurs in the kingdom of God to take their place!
Do I need to have a website if my business is small or if the product I’m selling or the service I’m offering is not online-based?
In this tech-savvy world where children get to learn how to operate a tablet computer even before they learn how to read, it may come as a surprise to know that there are still small business owners out there who miss out on one of the most powerful marketing tools available to them.
I somehow understand the hesitation. The World Wide Web can be a labyrinth for beginner Christian entrepreneurs. It’s challenging enough to start a business; having to learn technical things can be an added stress.
But you don’t need to be techy in order to establish your business presence online. The key is in knowing the basics and finding the right people to do it for you.
In this episode we talk to author and speaker Holly Nelson, owner of 2C Development Group, a website development company. Holly’s business has been around since 1996, creating sites that convert visitors into customers.
Holly will share with us important information website-less business owners need to know before sourcing for a company to help you build your company website.
We all have challenges where we have to turn up the heat at work. But that doesn’t necessary mean we are making our businesses idols.
In this episode Christian women entrepreneur coach Christina Weber discusses the clues that you might be worshiping the fatted calf of your own entrepreneurial enterprise and what to do with it.
Any startup business owner knows how important marketing is to grow her business. And in this age of social networking and countless email platforms, getting your message to your target audience or customers can be a challenge.
How do you catch the attention of customers who have very short attention span? How do you get people be excited to get your services or buy your product?
One of the proven effective tools in marketing is called email automation. It works by creating a sequence of emails that convers prospects into leads, then those leads into clients.
In this episode copywriter and founder of Stiletto Marketing, Sarah Walker, helps us navigate this strategy of email automation.
Because there are a lot of things that demand attention in order to have a thriving business, it is easy to neglect your health. But entrepreneurs quickly recognize that showing up to work in a fog or not feeling well affects their creativity, productivity, and bottom line. For most business owners, who aren’t yet leveraged, if you’re not working, you’re not getting paid.
Good physical, emotional, spiritual, and relational health powers every entrepreneur’s business success. Be proactive about your health it in order to ensure your business locomotive—your health—is in tiptop shape.
Our guest for today will give us insight into the advances in the chiropractic field and concrete ways you can improve your health and have more energy and focus to grow your business and live the life you want to lead.
He’ll share some “common-sense” tips to preventing disease and living a fuller, healthier lifestyle—something Christian business owners should really learn about, being the heart and souls of their businesses.
Dr Josh Jausel is a doctor of Chiropractic. He graduated from Logan College of Chiropractic in 2014 and has devoted his life to changing the way people view/manage their health.