Women Entrepreneur

Episode 14 - Sonia McDonald

Episode 14 - Sonia McDonald

Today’s guest is Sonia McDonald. Sonia is a Global Keynote Speaker, Leadership Coach, Author, and creator of the Leadership HQ blog, which was recently ranked in the top 10 for Leadership Blogs and Websites. She shares how she and her daughter found themselves alone in China after her husband decided to leave. Being a single mom was very difficult as she tried to provide for her daughter, while trying to figure out her next career path. She explains how accepting a job that she wasn’t qualified for lead her down a path to discovering her to a passion in educating others how to lead courageously and with kindness. We talk all things from motherhood, bullying, courage, vulnerability, failures, leadership and passions. Sonia's journey will inspire you to create the life you have dreamt of.

Episode 13 - Marissa Stone

Episode 13 - Marissa Stone

Today’s guest is Marissa Stone. Marissa shares her extraordinary story of growing up in an abusive home, then marrying into one as a teenager. She describes the turning point that caused her to change her entire life, along with breaking a multi-generational chain of abuse. Marissa is now an entrepreneur, has her doctorate in technology, and is the founder of the Premier International Women’s Business Virtual Summit. She also shares a big, bold, audacious dream she is pursing to help women who step out of domestic abuse. Marissa’s journey will caution you not to let life to pass you by, and inspire you to go get the life you want. 

Episode 11 - Alexis Busetti

Episode 11 - Alexis Busetti

Today’s guest is Alexis Busetti. Alexis shares how making some unwise financial choices in college and planning for a mission trip lead her to trust God with her finances. She also shares how an email from Dave Ramsey's team and an offhanded remark to her husband pivoted her life from being a stay at home mom to becoming an entrepreneur. Her story is about faith and good stewardship. She encourages us to embrace our relationship with our finances and remember that there is not a mess that is too large to clean up.