Over the last 15 years, Ali Brown has advised and helped nurture the businesses of many of the 7- and 8-figure online thought leaders you see thriving today, and her mentoring has even been spotlighted on CNN.com. Ali has been dubbed the “Entrepreneurial Guru for Women” by Business News Daily and has taken her company to the Inc. 500 list rankings.
She was named a Forbes Woman to Watch, one of EY’s Winning Women Entrepreneurs, and an entrepreneur delegate for the United Nations Foundation’s Global Accelerator. Ali has been featured on major media including the ABC hit primetime show Secret Millionaire.
She provides leadership and business advice to over 250,000 followers via AliBrown.com, her social media channels, and her award-winning Glambition® Radio show. She was also named by Entrepreneur Magazine as having one of the Top “10 Twitter Accounts Every Entrepreneur Should Be Following”. Ali is an angel investor with a special interest in women-led ventures. She and her Australian husband Brett are parents to 5-year-old twins, and they are currently based in Scottsdale, Arizona.
In this podcast, Cindra and Ali talk:
- How business is a giant experiment
- Why it’s essential to trust yourself and how to develop trust in yourself
- How money is energy
- The radically different mindset shifts it requires to break-through into multiple 7-figures and beyond.
- How you can stand out in a sea of noise and position yourself as a ‘category of one’
- The keys to becoming ICONIC in your industry out of the pack and step into the greatest
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[tweet_dis2] “The only times, in the end, I feel like it was a failure is when I didn’t trust myself.” -@AliBrown [/tweet_dis2]
[tweet_dis2] “I have always found it easier to make a decision when you let go of the things that aren’t serving you.” -@AliBrown [/tweet_dis2]
[tweet_dis2] “The answers don’t appear until I make space and let go.” -@AliBrown [/tweet_dis2]