Why are so many entrepreneurs not making enough money? Because we aren't really talking about money...we're avoiding it! Join Monica Shah and learn the simple science behind your money beliefs.
In this webinar you will discover how to: - Change your relationship with money so it becomes more like a game and less like a chore. - Attract more, save more, and finally STOP worrying about money. - Raise your prices -- a step-by-step approach to successfully asking for more and receiving it. - Make smart decisions about how to spend, save and invest your money in your business. - Decipher when to use debt in your business to help it grow. - The exact marketing activities you need to be doing weekly, monthly and quarterly to double your income in 2013 - And so much more!
About Monica Shah:
Monica is the Founder of Revenue Breakthrough, a company that helps women create breakthroughs in their businesses so they can live their ideal lifestyles. She is also an adjunct business professor in New York City where she teaches marketing and business plan classes.
Monica started her career in corporate as a strategy consultant and then a brand manager for L'Oreal Paris. In 2005, Monica realized she wanted to make a different impact on the world and took the entrepreneurial leap to start her first coaching company, Ideal Balance. Within eight months, she had a full practice, a full-time income, and more vacation than corporate could ever offer her.
After five years of running Ideal Balance, Monica's clients began to ask for business advice on how they could start or grow their own companies. It was soon after realizing how much she loved helping these women that she created Revenue Breakthrough to provide female entrepreneurs with the business skills they need to create lives that they love.
Monica is aware of every struggle that it takes to grow a business because she has been through them. She ultimately managed to create a multi-six figure business by absorbing every ounce of business knowledge on the market. Now Monica is passionate about shortening that learning curve for the women she mentors. Monica is also passionate about guiding women through the process of leaving corporate to start their own companies.
Monica received her MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.