A digital project showcasing entrepreneurial women around the world.
 
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Jaclyn Mullen of Jaclyn Mullen Media: Social Media for Small Businesses

"We're bootstrapping, working hard and committed to treating our customers like family."
 
 
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Natalie Cutler-Welsh of Go to Girl: Making Social Media Fun

"Success to me is about lifestyle design."
 
 
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Stacey Sanchez of Holistic Healer & Wellness Inc: Holistic Healing for Every Aspect of Your Life

"When a client sends me a testimonial or calls and tells me how my products have helped them, it gives me the greatest feeling in the world!"
 

 
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Yanez Perez of Instead Image Consulting: Wardrobe Empowerment

"We want our customers to look and feel good about whatever it is that they do."
 
 
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Cheryl Frazer of DMVLINKUP.com: Sharing Opportunities with Others

"Success should not be measured in comparison to others, but rather by pursuing your own calling."
 
 
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Alison Martin-Books of Mentoring Women’s Network: Women Helping Women

"It was easy to feel good knowing the work I was doing was positively impacting others."
 

 
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Laurel Donnellan of Bright Livelihoods: Finding Your Purpose

"My role on this planet is to translate ancient wisdom into an accessible program designed to help people find and follow their calling."
 
 
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Dara Barwick of Dara Barwick Consulting: Helping Others Achieve Their Goals

"I have found that is a huge advantage to being my own boss, I can choose to spend my time exactly how I wish."
 
 
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Beth Freschi of A Time for Expression: Inspiring Words

"I learned that I need to focus on my own business, and use my time, energy and resources to build something that reflects my vision."
 

 
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Iris Wangermann Intercultural Training: The End of Culture Shock

"My aim is to make people aware of the beauty and necessity of cultural diversity."
 
 
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Ann marie Houghtailing of the Millionaire Girls’ Movement: A Dollar Out of Nothing

"Without question, creating my destiny--on my terms, in my own style--has been my greatest success."
 
 
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Dianne Bennett: Cinema Suites Bed & Breakfast & Millionaires-Matchmaker.com — Matching Up Hollywood’s Rich and Beautiful

I always had beautiful girlfriends and rich handsome men friends; I would introduce them and they'd run off together, so I became a matchmaker.
 

 
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Niquenya D. Fulbright: Building Bridges Chicago LLC — Coaching Dreamers Into Entrepreneurs

I think success is very personal to every individual. If I had to pinpoint it to a universal definition, it would be "the place you arrive at when you can look all around you and just smile."
 
 
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Colleen McCarthy: On Pointe Nutrition, LLC — Former Professional Dancer Turned Nutritional Guru

My biggest challenge has been learning how to balance running a business, having a life and keeping myself healthy at the same time.
 
 
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Tania Sterl: Sterl on Style – Dressing Women for Success

Success is doing work that you love and inspiring others to follow their passions and live their lives to the fullest.
 

 
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Goldina Erowele, PharmD, RPh: CareNovateMag.com — Working Mom Empowers Patients To Be Their Own Healthcare Advocate

As a working mom, work life balance has been part of the challenge. Accepting help and respite has been one of the ways to address this.
 
 
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Linda L. Eubanks: Outsourcing Outlet, Ltd — Not Letting The Fear Of Success Stand In Her Way

I define success as being who you are from the heart and sharing with all that you come in contact with to make a difference.
 
 
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Jing Zhao Cesarone: ChinaWise — Dramatic Life Events Inspired Her to Connect with Her Roots via Business

I realized more than ever that life is short and I have to live it the way I always wanted: to become an entrepreneur and connect US and China in business and culture.
 

 
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Michele Israel: Michele Israel Educational Writing and Consulting– The Power Of Working Independently

I realized that this was something I could do: consult, freelance because while not an in-house "player" per se, I was super motivated, focused, able to work independently.
 
 
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Ekaterina Ramirez: EnergyMatch.ca– Helping Entrepreneurs Grow Businesses

I started with a simple intention: to teach people about mindset. Overtime I focused my business on entrepreneurs specifically with a purpose to help them grow their businesses with more ease.
 
 
The Story Exchange, Laura Garrett, OneDecision

Laura Garrett: Ondecision– Complicated Decision Making, Simplified

I had learned about a consumer preference measurement technique back in business school and thought, “I sure wish I could use that tool for myself right now.”
 

 
The Story Exchange, Carol Willems, Royal Match

Carol Willems: Royal Match– Boutique Matchmaking Service

After spending many years researching the matchmaking industry, I discovered a need for a boutique matchmaking service that could meet the various needs of the Christian singles community.
 
 
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Dr. Garnett Newcombe and Kay Woods: CEO Real Talk– Entrepreneurs Building Stronger Networks

We founded CEO Real Talk as an extension of our own companies to deliver effective strategies to business people, based upon over a decade of professional experience.
 
 
The Story Exchange, Claudia Toledo, People Strategy

Claudia Toledo: People Strategy– It’s All About The People

I always wanted to have my own company and find the perfect work-life balance.