It’s no secret that women who create community as a foundation of their business, grow faster. In today’s podcast, we are having an honest conversation about community and having entrepreneurial girlfriends.

We talk about some of the challenges we face as women in having a business and the power of connecting with other female entrepreneurs to have support and friendship.

You never know what will fall out of our mouth in our Truth Bomb Podcast, Did She REALLY Say That?! It’s the first REAL conversation and training for female entrepreneurs. Here, you will unlock a new paradigm shift in female business education and training. 

This week Chef Katrina & Heidi, having real girl talk about creating a female network, friendship, and community.

  • What is the difference between meeting virtually and meeting in person
  • The importance of honesty can often be hidden
  • The fear of ‘girlfriend’ to describe a female friendship
  • The importance of having a social circle as women
  • What is the definition of an Alpha Female? Do You Agree?
  • Have you discovered your female business cycle yet?

Listen in and let us know if you agree or disagree. We love having this conversation.

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Gwinnett Women’s Chamber –

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    8 replies to "Truth Bomb 🎙️: Women Create Community to Grow Their Business"

    • Caryn Schulenberg

      Good advise for women in business.

      • Katrina

        Thank you. Was there anything that caught your interest in what we shared or made you go ‘hmmmmm?
        Always appreciate comments and input. Thank you for stopping by. 🙂

    • Brenda Marie Fluharty

      What wonderful advice. I am pretty much an all around spiritual life coach, who is just starting out. So, I will have to remember this once I have enough content built up.

      • Katrina

        Welcome to the world of coaching! Is there an area of specialty that you are focused on with spirituality?
        I’ve been a coach and coach trainer for years. So if you have questions, please feel free to ask. We at Truth Bomb are here to support you.

    • Lily Leung

      I wish that I have an enterpreneural bone in my body. Alas I do not. I once got excited by Zig Zigglar, a motivational speaker and tried my hands at selling Mary Kaye. I failed miserably. I did not find much support from my Mary Kaye sisters, except when they were recruiting me into their fold.

      • Katrina

        LOL, I get it. I actually played in the world of network marketing and found it wasn’t for me either. I love working with women that want to create and build a business with all it’s ups and downs. And if it makes you feel any better about the experience of network marketing over 70% of people that join won’t create an income. It’s not designed for everyone to be at the top. Don’t let the experience taint your idea of what it is to be an entrepreneur. Even writing your blog is the character of an entrepreneur.

    • Timothy S. Brannan

      That is most certainly excellent advice. For my part?
      I write about good witches mostly. So it behooves me to honor those I write about to also shop women-owned businesses when, where, and how I can. Especially when looking for art for my publications.

      I take advice like yours, see who is participating, and then support them the best way I can. By hiring or using their services. It is the least I can do.

      Tim Brannan, The Other Side blog
      2024 A to Z of Dungeons & Dragons, Celebrating 50 Years of D&D

      • Katrina

        Hey Timothy. Thank you for supporting small business. At the end of the day it is respecting and supporting everyone. While my focus is on supporting more women in designing a business they love and grow, I work with men also. I find that in my role as business owner, I still need them for guidance in the things I don’t know.
        Love your posts on Dungeons and Dragons. Keep writing and sharing! ~ Katrina

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