Today’s case study explores unscalable strategies that actually create scale. Now I know that sounds like an oxymoron, but we are here to talk to our guest, Michelle Kwok, about how she grew FLIK to 10,000+ members in a surprising way that didn’t require any funding.
A little introduction to Michelle if you are unfamiliar with her… she is a medical science student turned social entrepreneur who co-founded FLIK, a platform connecting female leaders and learners across the world through meaningful career experiences. FLIK was recently acquired by Rumor Avenue, so Michelle now serves as a partner at Rumor Avenue as well as a part-time Chief of Staff of FLIK, in addition to leading operations for the longevity biotech fellowship at On Deck, an organization accelerating the top founders, operators, and investors looking to revolutionize the field of longevity science. She is so impressive as she has done all...
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Is it better to build your own business or buy an existing one? Today’s guest has done both and is here to share her wisdom. Tonya Rapley walks us through her recent experience of acquiring Club Loofah, an ecommerce bath & self-care brand in an industry she had no prior experience in. In addition to heading up this new venture, Tonya is a best-selling author and millennial money expert who founded My Fab Finance, an online resource for women to stop the cycle of living paycheck to paycheck so they can do more of what they love. Tonya shares with us her top 3 tips for eliminating debt, when to walk away from a goal versus when to push through a challenging season, and what changes she’s bringing to her new business to grow and scale faster.
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This conversation is extra special because we’re chatting with my friend and one of my business mentors, Rachel Pedersen. Deemed the “Queen of Social Media”, Rachel is the founder & CEO of award-winning social media marketing agency, the Viral Touch, and creator of Social Media United, a leading online education platform for social media managers. Rachel gets transparent on bouncing back from a public business flop, embracing the role of being a breadwinning woman as a now married mother of three, why TikTok is the future of social media, and her story of going from struggling single mom to replacing her 9-5 income within 6 months of working with clients and scaling multiple businesses now to 7 figures and beyond.