Your Name: Lisa Cash Hanson

Business Name: Lisa Cash Hanson, an online resource and blog to help women make more money

Type of Business: Children’s Goods & Services; Coaching & Consulting

Business Location: Las Vegas, Nevada, United States


Reason for starting
I was journaling my experience in launching my first baby product the and then women began asking for help with their own businesses & projects. I was getting a lot of media attention I had been featured on Yahoo and that perked their interest. Before long I was coaching and mentoring women who wanted to learn how to make money online and attract more clients. During that time I continued to work on my baby product. In 2012 I submitted my baby product to Huggies it was merely a prototype. They loved it and my baby product the SnuggWugg was chosen. Now I coach women in business via my VIP coaching and exclusive training, am a motivational speaker, and continue to work on the upcoming launch of my baby product the SnuggWugg a revolutionary new interactive diaper changing pillow. It’s pretty amazing.

How do you define success?
When at the end of day there is money in the bank, food on your table, women whose lives you’ve changed, and a family still in your house after you’ve done it all. Many times we sacrifice our families at the altar of our business. With all the technology and conveniences available to us as modern day women that should never happen. Now more then ever before it is possible for women entrepreneurs to have it all. The business, the amazing life, and our families to enjoy the journey.

Biggest Success
Becoming a first time mom. Winning the 2012 Huggies Mom Inspired Grant $15,000 for my baby product the Awarded Top 25 Mompreneur Featured on Yahoo Shine Writing Get Famous The Most Amazing Bloggers Resource On The Planet

What is your top challenge and how have you addressed it?
Doing too much. But I think that’s a challenge of every true entrepreneur. How do I address it? Delegate, delegate, delegate.

Who is your most important role model?
My mother. When I’m stressed she always brings me back to earth and reminds me “This too shall pass”