Today on Extraordinary Women Radio, I’m honored to bring you Keri Murphy, Founder/CEO of Inspired Living helping experts in their fields build influential brands and businesses they love.
Ah, as we know, being entrepreneur isn’t a straight pathway! Keri is a delight and is filled with so much rich wisdom on navigating what can be a messy journey into success! She shares her own twisting story of how she became a leader empowering people all over the world to “Dream it. Live it. BE it!”
In this Episode, we talk about:
- Keri Murphy’s lessons learned in her journey as an entrepreneur
- How asking for other’s aid could help you maneuver your business as an entrepreneur
- The “It Factor” in creating success
- Navigating the fears of an entrepreneur
- Why is video so important in today’s business marketing?
- Hear Keri’s best tips in producing good video for your business
Keri is an international speaker, media expert and business mentor who has honed her expertise in the entrepreneurial field for over 20 years. She now helps business visionaries and leaders build an influential brand. Keri is a veteran of television with appearances on MTV, E!, FOX and NBC (to name a few).
Keri brings her hard-worn entrepreneurial knowledge and on-camera expertise to her clients through public speaking, mentoring and her Inspired Living TV web series, helping them to bridge the gap between having a dream and making it a profitable reality.
Starting completely over in 2009 after closing a business she loved, she realized the importance of mentorship and using her gifts to the best and highest use possible. A lesson she would eventually use to launch her most successful venture yet.
She was chosen to be a mentor for the Branson Centre of Entrepreneurs and has helped hundreds of entrepreneurs from around the world share their message, use video powerfully and create an influential brand.
She’s a warm, honest, funny and captivating teacher who can spot and cultivate the “IT Factor” in her clients and students—and help them shine on-stage, on-camera, and in their lives and businesses.
“If I looked at what everyone else is doing, I wouldn’t be able to follow myself – I couldn’t follow the vision I had because it will be so distracting looking at other people’s lives.” – Keri Murphy
Let’s meet Keri!