Good Note: After a life event, she went all in on her business and replaced her day job income.
Bad Note: Over extending herself before getting the people needed to help get to the next step and become more efficient. Understand who you hire for the task at hand. Start by getting someone specific for 1 specific job in your business.Take baby steps for building your ideal team.
Attract Fans: You have to love being in the entrepreneur mindset when talking with anyone in your industry. Having your business based on referrals makes it that much easier. Show up to serve and create relationships.
Cash Flow: Continue to do all your book keeping. You will know where all your money is at, don’t check out if you outsource it to someone else. Realize how much your bare minimum is and adjust from there. Break down the numbers as best as you can. Leave 6 months of operating expenses.
Jessica Totillo Coster is an eCommerce strategy expert and support for female entrepreneurs. 20+ years of retail & eCommerce experience gives Jessica the ability to support female entrepreneurs in creating the right strategy for their business.
After 20+ years in retail and 3 years as the only employee of a 7-figure eCommerce business, now she is working with the top experts in eCommerce, SEO, web development, and digital marketing.
Jessica supports female entrepreneurs with actionable strategies and tactics to grow and scale their eCommerce businesses. Learning from the top experts in the digital marketing & eCommerce industry, she loves working with female entrepreneurs and teaching the secrets of 7-figure eCommerce businesses.
Bad Note: Every other day there will be a bad note. With more success and work you put in, the more bad notes will happen. Normalize failure to learn from the experience. All your setbacks will set you up for the next level.
Learning from the best: Find the people you want to be and pay them to be taught their ways. Learn what not to do and be the most efficient you can.
Jam Room: She turned her office into a place you want to be in. Natural light mixed with your favourite colours can do just that. Posted notes all over your room with messages to keep you on track, it can subconsciously achieve your goals.
Practice Makes Progress: Within her team they have schedule skill developing time to dive into the areas needed. Learn & implement.
She started Fempire Media, an ads agency, in 2019 after freelancing as a digital marketer for years. She has grown the company to multiple six figures in the first 2 years and is passionate about serving clients, teaching ads, and encouraging her team.
In late 2020, Shelby launched Fempire Ads Academy to empower female entrepreneurs to run their own profitable Facebook and Instagram ads. Every month, members get all the tools and support they need to scale their business with ads.
Shelby is a crazy-awesome cook outside of business, a lover of real housewives (and all things Bravo), and a true crime fan.
Good Note: Finding the niche of the business, laser focusing on what you’re doing and who you’re targeting. Developing with mentors.
Bad Note: Expecting too much too soon. By stepping back and looking at the bigger picture, you must change yourself to have the best response. Call it as is, and be real.
Practice Makes Progress: Take action consistently. Watch for your blind spot, your belief system & the excuses you make, they are all part of the growing process.
Forming your band: To be successful and get momentum you need to have the right people fit the job at hand. Band meetings are a must to get the most out of the vision for the project.
Learning from the best: What you pay for is what you pay attention to. Mindset development coach, business mentors, STEMM coaches are all part on the personal and businesses growth.
Dr. Elizabeth Pritchard
From never fitting in, bullied at school, sexually abused as a child to becoming anoccupational therapist and past president of Occupational Therapy Association NZ,a researcher at Monash University who nailed her PhD in three years, and aleadership coach. Elizabeth’s story shows how anyone can triumph over adversity, afundamentalist upbringing, deep pain and limiting beliefs, to rise up and step intotheir own power with authenticity.
Elizabeth is a published author in internationalacademic journals, ABC News Australia and Thrive Global. She is a skilled presenterat international conferences, a recognized keynote speaker, and outstandingfacilitator. Elizabeth is the Co-Founder and Director of WALT Institute and renownedfor her ability to empower women in STEMM (Science Technology Engineering MathMedicine) to believe they are enough!
Ms Christine Burns
From being a shy reserved child, learning many lessons the hard way, Christinedeveloped incredible skills to always bounce forward, no matter what. Today, shehas represented New Zealand in indoor hockey for 13 years, including 4 yearscaptaining the team and during this time she graduated university with expertisein psychology, sport psychology, exercise science and business management, andforged a career as a lecturer, manager and performance coach of individuals andteams.
Christine’s story inspires people to take action, stand up for what theybelieve in and not get stuck in life’s trivia. Christine has published articles in ThriveGlobal and is currently authoring her first book “Limitless possibilities: Finding away through adversity”. As the Co-founder and CEO of WALT Institute, shespecializes in disrupting the stories people tell themselves and guides them todiscover their power within and that they have so much more in their tank.
Bad Note: Failing forward is everything. Everyone is bad at first try for the most part. With offers to be the VP of sales for a tech company, quitting his corporate job, having a master in business, a degree in electronic and computer engineering decided using a labour intensive job to carry on with the dream of being an entrepreneur.
Practice makes progress: Prep, Rep, Reflect & Perfect.
Learning from the best: Seeing someone succeed is the most irrelevant part. It’s the years of progress before that with guidance of a mentor or coach. No-one is self-made in an Interdependent world.
Alan is a Business Consultant specializing in helping Business Owners & Executives maximize their growth, impact & profitability.
Kevin is a Podcast Consultant specializing in helping CEO’s & Entrepreneurs grow, scale & monetize their podcasts.
Both Alan & Kevin believe in a heart-driven but NO BS approach to inspiring, motivating & educating others on what it REALLY takes to get to the Next Level!