Her Power Hustle | Inspiration | Motivation | Perspiration for Women in Business

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Are you an entrepreneurial woman? Since the mid-1990's women entrepreneurs have grown by over 200%!!! Many of us lack mentors and access to the best information for our growth and success in business. Well, you're in the right place. At Her Power Hustle we speak with experts in business like Guy Kawasaki, Peter Shankman, Dave McClure and power women like Caroline V. Clarke of Black Enterprise, to bring you the best information to create the business and life you desire. We're a community, we're mentors, we're entrepreneurs in the trenches with you. Her Hustle is Real!

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HPH 030 - Not JUST Me! 10 Tips for Solopreneurs to Feel Like We Have Squad

How often have you gone to a restaurant alone and been asked, 'Just one?' or 'Just you?'? It's happened to me more times than I'd like to count. 'Just' is a limiting word and on this SOLO (but not 'just' me) episode I share the 10 tips to being alone in business but creating or feeling like you have a team...a squad...to combat loneliness and have your business soar! 

Dec-07-2015
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HPH 029 - Low Expectations, Impostor Syndrome, Startup Success & Doing Epic Shit with Felecia Hatcher

Startup founder, entrepreneur and family woman, Felecia Hatcher shares about her own journey from a guidance counselor's low expectations for her future, to founding multiple startups and now empowering youth to achieve their tech and startup goals.

Nov-30-2015
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HPH 028 - 50 Billion (with a 'B') Dollar Boss! Talking about the power of African American Women Entrepreneurs

Since 1997 African American women-owned businesses have grown almost 300% AND those same businesses have generated over $50 billion dollars in revenue--creating jobs and more!

Kathey Porter has just co-authored a new book chronicling the stories of a sampling of African American women entrepreneurs and she stops by to talk about what she's found about mentorship, growth and the general grit of Black women entrepreneurs.

Nov-23-2015
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HPH - Dave McClure #tbt 2014 Women's Entrepreneurship Day

“When people ask me what I think about their business idea I say, ‘It doesn’t matter what I think. What do your customers think?'” 

dave mcclure headshotAs part of a continuing series of interviews with various entrepreneurs at the tops of their industries, I sat down with 500 Startups Founder, Dave McClure, to talk about what else, money and diversity in Silicon Valley.

Dave McClure is a venture capitalist & founding partner at 500 Startups, an internet startup seed fund and incubator program in Mountain View, CA. He likes to hang out with entrepreneurs, and occasionally invest in startups foolish enough to let him. He has been an investor in over 250 companies including Mint.com, Twilio, Wildfire Interactive, SendGrid, TaskRabbit, SlideShare, Mashery, CreditKarma, KISSmetrics, and MakerBot, among others.

Dave has been geeking out in Silicon Valley for over twenty years, and has worked with companies such as PayPal, Founders Fund, Facebook, LinkedIn, Twilio, Mint.com, Simply Hired, O’Reilly Media, Intel, & Microsoft. Years ago he used to do real work like coding or marketing or running conferences, but these days he mostly does useless stuff like sending lots of email, blogging, and hanging out on Facebook and Twitter.

He barely graduated from Johns Hopkins University and also likes to play ultimate frisbee when his knees don’t hurt.

Never one to hold back, Dave waxes poetic (not really) on:

  • His own journey from Johns Hopkins engineering student to being one of the original PayPal employees to angel to juggernaut
  • The lack of diversity in Silicon Valley
  • His ‘Why’ for founding 500 Startups
  • What companies need to do to position themselves for venture capital
  • What he looks for in an investment
  • Where’s he’s looking to invest next
  • The BIGGEST mistakes startups make
  • And most importantly…Why the hell he curses so much!!!!????!!!
Nov-19-2015
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HPH BONUS 13 - World Women's Entrepreneurship Day with She Leads Africa

We're all about how can we help young women build these high growth ventures...those are the businesses that are really able to impact and shape the economics of a country.

Afua Osei is the co-founder of She Leads Africa, a dynamic organization that is empowering professional and entrepreneurial women across the Globe. We sit down to chat about how women of the African Diaspora can soar!

Nov-19-2015
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#HerPower Biz Tip #10 - You Need to Know That you DON'T Need an Elevator Pitch - 10 Days. 10 Tips Every Woman Entrepreneur Needs to Know

Our last day! It is my truest hope that you and your business succeed beyond your wildest imagination. I love hearing from my readers/listeners, so if I may be of any assistance or you have any follow-up questions to these ten tips, please do reach out to me.

Nov-18-2015
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#HerPower Biz Tip #9 - You Need to Know When to Go Fly a Kite! - 10 Days. 10 Tips Every Woman Entrepreneur Needs to Know

Since 1997, women entrepreneurs have been the fastest growing segment of new business owners. We also have the lowest rates of access to capital and often feel isolated.

Earlier this year I was asked for my top 10 things every woman entrepreneur needs to know. Over the next 10 days on the podcast, each day I will share 1 tip and how you can feel less isolated, more informed and more successful. Feel free to share your own tips too! Here's to your success!

Nov-17-2015
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#HerPower Biz Tip #8 - You Need to Know the Client Isn't Always Right! - 10 Days. 10 Tips Every Woman Entrepreneur Needs to Know

Since 1997, women entrepreneurs have been the fastest growing segment of new business owners. We also have the lowest rates of access to capital and often feel isolated.

Earlier this year I was asked for my top 10 things every woman entrepreneur needs to know. Over the next 10 days on the podcast, each day I will share 1 tip and how you can feel less isolated, more informed and more successful. Feel free to share your own tips too! Here's to your success!

Nov-16-2015

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Founder/CEO of listenopoly.com | Co-host of the Add Water and Stir podcast | blogger at mimirobinsononline.com

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