30 Women Who Mean Business Wrap Up
Back in April of 2015 I had this crazy notion that I could gather and publish 30 interviews with women business owners in 30 days. At the time, I had no idea how crazy. If you’d like to dig into my madness, take a look at my original plan.
I created a Google form with a list of what I believed engaging interview questions and starting sharing it my immediate network (my tribe) and via social media channels. I was so excited when the Queen of Networking herself, Louise Dewey, agreed to be my first interviewee. I thought, wow, this is so easy. I can do this! 30 interviews in 30 days? No problem!
Big Problem. Turns out, women do not really like to talk about themselves. It took 19 months to gather 28 interviews. Glenna Griffin filled out the 28th interview in October of 2016 which I just published last week. I practically begged the women in my tribe for the last two interviews. No luck.
I finally decided to just throw in the towel, and call it done.
30 28 Women Who Mean Business
Thank you to the amazing women who stepped forward to share their business stories. I am truly grateful to each of you.
Read all 28 interviews (listed by published date):
- Louise Dewey, Queen of Networking
- Erica Courteney-Mann, Social Media
- Jan Goulden, Rodan + Fields
- Claire Peters, Paparazzi
- Sharon Alfred, Chef
- Alice Gerard, Blogger
- Arletta Duke, Adult Toys
- Kelly Gadbury, Coach
- Abegail Navalta, Paparazzi
- Martica Sherman, College Scholarships
- Neesy Croft, Holistic Health Care
- Georgette George, Parent Advocate
- Tanieka Randall, Hair Care
- Rhonda Dallas, Coach
- Francine Clouden, Printables and Crafts
- Peggy Vincent, Pillowcase Designer
- Terri Ellis, Passion Parties
- Tangela Harris, Coach
- Suzy Snow, Jamberry
- Sagan Morrow, Writing Coach
- Teresa DeFord, Attorney
- Natasha Botkin, Healer
- Angela Hicks, Virtual Assistant
- Teresa Sisson, Tupperware
- Wytress Mitchell, Author
- Amber Munos, Paparazzi
- Carol Hackman, Mary Kay
- Glenna Griffin, Travel
Have you ever had a great idea that didn’t quite pan out the way you expected? Do share.