Meredith Richardson started The Midlife Coach after a traumatic event forced her to rebuild her own life.
Stories of women entrepreneurs offering services to individual clients, such as life and career coaching, cleaning services and pet care.
Anushka Jain’s Share At Door Step collects second hand goods straight from your doorstep and gets them to NGOs across India.
Dr. Tamie Jovanelly leads study abroad trips to Iceland through her tour company Iceland Geology Tours.
As a Nurse She Spent Years Taking Care of People – Now She’s Providing Counseling Services for Women in Need
Trenee’ Zweigle is helping women improve their lives through her organization Awesome Women Today.
Tami Matheny is a mental coach who specializes in helping athletes through her business Refuse 2 Loose Coaching.
Vanessa Rende learned powerful life lessons after a painful divorce and domestic abuse. As a coach, she is helping other women do the same.
Caryn Isaacs started Get Health Help after realizing she had a valuable skill set that could help save lives
Sure, you could have a safe and secure job in any old profession. But if you’re looking to make an impact, consider starting a social enterprise.
Worn Out By Gruelling Hours and Low Pay She Started Her Own Law Firm So She Could Live the Life She Dreamed Of
Shivani Honwad relocated to the West coast to be an immigration and business attorney
Tania Isenstein left Wall Street to take over the business she really loved – a pet care center
“But I knew that if I kept going, believed in myself, and kept doing what I loved, it would work out.”
“I got to work on my inner self and set myself on a path of enlightenment through personal development, this was where the idea of retraining and creating my own business came from.”
“The life of an entrepreneur is not easy as the challenges are many and the resources are limited.”
“My top challenge was to re-adapt to the new culture and understand who I was in all spheres of my life as an immigrant.”
“I love working with people who are hurting in many ways, and helping them find a pathway forward that they never believed was possible.”