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Unleash Your Inner Boss: For Fierce & Determined Women with Big Entrepreneurial Goals

Updated: Mar 25, 2023



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Are you a determined and ambitious woman with big entrepreneurial dreams?


Do you feel restricted by societal expectations and norms that try to limit your potential?



You are not alone. Many women face barriers such as cultural expectations, limited access to funding, and a lack of support networks. It's time to free yourself from any limitations holding you back and tap into your full potential, to create a fulfilling life that reflects who you are and what you want.


Imagine being the CEO of your own thriving business, a leader in your industry, and an inspiration to other women. Visualize yourself creating something unique and valuable that makes a positive impact on the world. The feeling of knowing you never gave up, despite the challenges thrown your way, is truly empowering and fulfilling. You have the power to live this reality, and it all starts with believing in yourself and your abilities.


According to a report by American Express, women-owned businesses have increased by 58% since 2007, and they now account for nearly 42% of all businesses in the US. Women-owned businesses have grown significantly in recent years, and you too can join this movement and create a life that aligns with your values and passions.



From Madam C.J. Walker, the first self-made millionaire in America, to Oprah Winfrey, who overcame a difficult childhood to become a media mogul and one of the most successful entrepreneurs in the world, these trailblazing women have shown us that anything is possible with determination and hard work.


Some inspiring Women Entrepreneurs

  • Nancy Twine: Founder of Briogeo, a hair care line that focuses on natural and non-toxic ingredients, and whose products are sold at Sephora and other retailers.

  • Janice Bryant Howroyd: Founder of The ActOne Group, a global staffing and workforce management company, and the first Black woman to own a billion-dollar business.

  • Sara Blakely: Founder of Spanx, started her company with just $5,000 and turned it into a billion-dollar business.

  • Shellye Archambeau: Former CEO of MetricStream, a software company that provides governance, risk, and compliance solutions, and who now serves on the boards of several major companies.

  • Indra Nooyi: Former CEO of PepsiCo, who started as an entry-level executive and worked her way up to lead one of the largest food and beverage companies in the world.

  • Jessica Alba: Co-founder of The Honest Company, a consumer goods company that focuses on natural, non-toxic products for babies and households, which has grown to be valued at over $1 billion.

  • Reshma Saujani: Founder of Girls Who Code, a non-profit organization that seeks to close the gender gap in technology by teaching girls to code.

  • Whitney Wolfe Herd: Founder of Bumble, a popular dating app that gives women control over the initial conversation, and who became the youngest woman to take a company public in 2021.


These women and many others serve as shining representations of what can be accomplished with hard work, determination, and a willingness to take risks.


I know, it can be hard to start your entrepreneurial journey as it can feel overwhelming, but don't let that hold you back. Take some time to explore what truly drives you, what you're passionate about, and what matters most to you. With the right mindset and support, you can turn your dreams into reality. And when you're ready to take the next step, AJCEO Business Coaching Group is here to help. Our team of experienced coaches and mentors will provide you with the guidance, support, and tools you need to succeed as an entrepreneur. Schedule a FREE 1-on-1 Business Coaching & Marketing Strategy Session today and let's start building your dream business together.


To help you get started, here are some tips:


1. Seek out mentors and role models


Look for successful female entrepreneurs who can offer guidance and inspiration. Find women who have overcome similar challenges and can offer advice on how to navigate cultural expectations and access funding. A mentor who has already been through the ups and downs of starting a business can be a valuable asset. They can offer guidance, advice, and support as you navigate the challenges of entrepreneurship.


Note: At AJCEO Business Coaching Group, we understand the unique challenges faced by women, especially BIPOC (Black & Indigenous People of Color) entrepreneurs. That's why we provide experienced coaches and mentors who offer guidance and support at all stages of your business journey. Book a FREE 1-on-1 15-minute Discovery Call today to get started.




2. Develop your skills and knowledge


As you embark on your entrepreneurial journey, it's essential to constantly develop new skills and knowledge and stay up-to-date with new trends, concepts, and technology.


You can start by taking courses or workshops, such as those offered by organizations like Coursera or Skillshare. Reading books or articles on business can also provide valuable information, and you can find plenty of free resources on sites like Medium or Forbes.


Additionally, you could also explore free educational videos on Youtube that cover topics you find interesting, which can further help you build your knowledge.


At AJCEO Business Coaching Group, we believe in the power of education and skill-building to help women achieve their entrepreneurial dreams. That's why we offer a range of workshops and coaching programs designed to give you the knowledge and skills to help you thrive in the world of business.



3. Build a strong network


Connect with other entrepreneurs, investors, and industry professionals. Attend events and join groups where you can meet like-minded individuals and expand your circle of contacts.


Clubhouse and LinkedIn lives are great platforms for networking with entrepreneurs from around the world, and you can join communities to gain free access to a wealth of knowledge and advice.


Another great way to stay connected and up-to-date is by attending virtual events and conferences. Sites like Eventbrite offer many free events that you can easily access from home and learn from experts in your field while connecting with other entrepreneurs.


There are many other online communities specifically made for Women entrepreneurs who are supporting and constantly engaging with each other.


Some examples include:

  • Lean In Circles - A global community of women who come together in small groups to support each other and learn new skills.

  • Ellevate Network - A professional network for women that offers networking events, webinars, and resources to help women advance in their careers.

  • AJCEO W.I.N (Women Into Networking) Community - A community of support and mentorship for women, especially BIPOC (Black & Indigenous People of Color), entrepreneurs through various platforms including Clubhouse and LinkedIn Lives.

  • Ladies Get Paid - An online community that provides resources, networking opportunities, and events to help women advance in their careers and close the gender pay gap.

  • Female Founder Collective - This is a network of women-owned businesses that provides resources, networking opportunities, and access to funding.

  • Switch - This is a global community of women entrepreneurs and innovators that provides resources, events, and networking opportunities.

Note: Networking in these communities requires active engagement, consistent participation, and adding value to the community in order to build meaningful connections.


4. Focus on your strengths


As a woman, you have unique perspectives and experiences that can give you an edge in business. Use these strengths to your advantage and build a brand that reflects who you are.


Here are some resources that can be useful and inspiring:



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You have what it takes to be a successful Woman entrepreneur and pursue your dreams. So don't be afraid to take that first step. Reach out to female mentors, expand your knowledge, join networking groups, or connect with other Women entrepreneurs online.


You have the potential to make a difference for yourself and the world, and we can't wait to see what you accomplish.


If you're a woman, especially BIPOC (Black & Indigenous People of Color) who's ready to take the leap into entrepreneurship but aren't sure where to start, AJCEO Business Coaching Group can help. Start, grow, and scale your business with personalized coaching and marketing strategies; you deserve the support and guidance to succeed.




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