A Lesson On Power with Ali Brown

April 8, 2020

A Lesson on Power with Ali Brown

When it comes to doing business, hitting the million-dollar mark is an elusive one. In this “lesson on power”, Kim interviews Ali Brown, one of the most recognized entrepreneur coaches in the world, about the obstacles women face in reaching it and how they can step into their value, their purpose and build wealth on their own terms. TOPICS DISCUSSED IN THIS EPISODE: How Ali found her calling and why she questioned it.

When it comes to doing business, hitting the million-dollar mark is an elusive one. In this “lesson on power”, Kim interviews Ali Brown, one of the most recognized entrepreneur coaches in the world, about the obstacles women face in reaching it and how they can step into their value, their purpose and build wealth on their own terms.

a-voice-lesson-on-Power-with-Ali-Brown.Ali Brown is the Founder + CEO of the women’s business empowerment company We Lead and is one of the most recognized entrepreneur coaches in the world, having built a coaching + consulting enterprise that ranked in the Inc. 500 list of fastest-growing private companies in the U.S.

In 2020 she launched The Trust: the new, premier global network for women entrepreneurs generating 7- and 8-figure revenues. 

She has been named one of Forbes’ Women to Watch, one of EY’s Winning Women Entrepreneurs, and an entrepreneur delegate for the United Nations Foundation’s Global Accelerator. Ali was also featured on the ABC hit primetime show Secret Millionaire.

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TOPICS DISCUSSED IN THIS EPISODE:

  • How Ali found her calling and why she questioned it.
  • Why the million-dollar mark is elusive and why women stop themselves from reaching it.
  • Obstacles that women face in earning more money.
  • Finding the magic in your business plan.
  • What does AI have to do with it?
  • What Ali thinks about feminine leadership.
  • Why corporations are cultivating leadership skills most women innately possess.
  • Differences between men and women when it comes to earning money.
  • The pressure on women to be everyone to everything.
  • How to embrace the potential in this unplanned-for time and how not to give in to panic.
  • What is The Trust?

#LESSONUP:

(5:01) You’re going to be okay and if you allow the space to get the ideas you need right now to receive the support you have right now, to just be open to new things and new ways. That’s when stuff starts happening. If you’re resisting change, if you’re resisting things, especially at this time, that is when you’re going to hit a wall. No matter what level you’re at, whether you’re rich or poor or here or there. But this whole reset for humanity, if you will, I think is on that energetic level is going to really get people to just center again and be open to change.

(7:01) When I tapped into that joy…that energy along with the practical of learning how to price myself right and not undervalue my services…as long as I followed that path, the money started to flow.

(7:45) If you’re at a point right now that you’re not sure which direction to go, I think it takes some time and pull in, but then think about “where can I connect that value with the joy?” Because that’s the magic formula.

 (9:52) We lead more by feeling and it’s very interesting that all these qualities are becoming extremely recognized and felt and viewed as credible in the corporate world.

(12:50) You should aim for a million in revenues. So aim for that. Have fun, plan, dream, look at how could I, how could I do that? Not like, I can’t do that, but how could I, we forget to dream. We forget to try on, we forget to play. And your business can be a part of that. The numbers can be a part of that.

(15:06) I help lead the leaders and lift them up cause this is new for them. This is new for our generation to have this kind of money, to have this kind of power to help them decide how to use it at the same time.

(16:01) Money amplifies who you are. We need more women with money.

(16:20) I think we grow up, a lot of women just think that money is being used as power in a bad way. We’ve never seen it used in the way that we could be using it in.

RESOURCES:

The Trust

Jim Rohn

Ellen Latham

*Only 1.7% of all women-owned businesses earn one million dollars or more.

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