Today on Extraordinary Women Radio, in this milestone 200th episode, I am honored to introduce you to Ali Brown – one of the most recognized entrepreneur coaches in the world! I have followed Ali’s wisdom for years – and I’m thrilled to bring you such a powerhouse leader. I rarely miss an episode of her podcast – Glambition Radio, and in fact, Glambition Radio seeded my vision for Extraordinary Women Radio over 4 years ago.
In this Episode:
- Ali’s insights on how the year of 2020 will shape the trends and future of business
- Breaking away from formulas and creating “unique evolutions” to make your business thrive
- An impactful discussion on the femininity of building a business and being an entrepreneur
- Honoring the flow of creativity and the genius of one’s magic for women in business
- Ali’s 2020 experiences that proved she was ready for “all seasons”
Ali Brown is one of the world’s most recognized coaches for women entrepreneurs, host of the acclaimed Glambition® Radio podcast, and the founder of The Trust—the new, private, premier network for 7- and 8-figure women leaders.
Ali’s coaching and consulting enterprise has ranked within the Inc. 500 list of fastest-growing private companies in the nation. She has been named one of the Forbes’ Women to Watch, is one of EY’s Winning Women Entrepreneurs, and was featured on the ABC hit primetime show Secret Millionaire.
In addition to leading The Trust network, Ali specializes in helping female leaders who are making or on track for 7-8 figures strategize and realize their next level of leadership and revenues. She has over 250,000 followers via her sites, social media channels, and Glambition® Radio show on iTunes. Ali’s coaching and mentorship has been featured on CNN and many other major media outlets. She was named by Entrepreneur Magazine as having one of the ‘Top 10 Twitter Accounts Every Entrepreneur Should Be Following’.
“You can’t get sucked into everything happening and to every event and every outrage, you’d be just under the bed all day. You have to pull up, observe, see the good things, see the bad things, and then make your decisions from there.” —Ali Brown
Let’s meet Ali Brown!