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ShopTalk Ep 18: Growing Successful Businesses

By July 9, 2014December 28th, 2016No Comments

What does it take to grow a successful business in today’s marketplace? There are as many answers as there are Justin Beiber fans. I appreciate the wisdom of Angela Simmons, daughter of hip hop legend Rev. Run of Run DMC and blogged about here. She said:

“Many people don’t understand that in order to be successful you need [a] strong team of unique individuals and an even stronger support system motivating you through it all.” – Angela Simmons, Feature Article, I Am Limitless, Urban Up Media

In addition to a great support team, Kristi Jackson of the Women CEO Project and founder of the Women of Power Virtual Summit, shares her truth about what it takes to be a successful business owner. Hold on tight, you’re in for a great episode.

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About Kristi: Kristi L. Jackson MBA is the recent winner of Houston’s 40 under 40 Young Business Professionals, the 2014 Women in Business Award and the 2013 Humanitarian Award. Kristi is also the Founder of Women CEO Project and was recognized by the White House as a Citizen Innovator and Entrepreneur for her work to better the lives of women through her company,  Women CEO Project. Kristi was 1 of 40 in the US, invited to the White House to participate on the Social Opportunity Series Summit July 3, 2012.

Women CEO Project is a global think tank and virtual training company for women entrepreneurs, which combs the globe the find the TOP teachers, speakers and consultants to offer the women a diverse curriculum of over 40 business courses a year in planning, strategy, branding, negotiations, leadership and many more.


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Intro music by my nephew:  Justin Daniels Sanchez.

Cover art by PrettyWork.

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