Meet Marie

"How would you behave if you were the best in the world at what you do?"  

Marie Forleo asked me this one question and it had a huge influence on how and who I collaborated with. Named one of the top 100 Websites for Entrepreneurs by Forbes.com and called a thought leader for the next generation by Oprah, Marie's mission is to help you realize your highest potential and use your gifts to change the world. Marie’s the creator of the award-winning show MarieTV and founder of the online business training called B-School, which has helped tens of thousands of entrepreneurs start and grow businesses. 

If you’re a freelancer, consultant or business owner, you’re probably used to feeling overwhelmed. What do you do first, second and third when starting or growing your business?

In this video Marie shows you what it takes to start and grow your business online.

Here’s what you’ll learn:

  • The Six Pillars to building a highly profitable business online and why it’s critical that you get the online aspect of your business handled right now.
  • The major changes coming in the next few years and why it’s important that you up your online game now, before they happen.
  • What you MUST know and the sequence to follow if you want to use the Internet to do what you love and get paid for it.

There’s so much conflicting business advice out there — but Marie cuts through the noise to create simple, doable steps you can take right now to gain clarity and get going!

Marie is sharing this video totally FREE, so go check it out here!

P.S. Marie has helped thousands of people create profitable businesses they love and I know her teachings have successful lasting impacts. That’s why I'm a proud affiliate partner of her world-renowned B-School training (more on that soon). I don't recommend anything lightly.  You do meaningful work like I do. And you want to prosper from it like I do. There is no one better than Marie to teach you how to do it! Design a business and life that rides on your expanding wings of your highest self.