Category Archives: Woman-owned business

Success Journal podcast 021

021 A Dramatic Rags to Riches Story & Adventures of Female Entrepreneurs



Is your home office a mess? We share tips to make yours more productive.

Then, the stunning rags to riches tale of a man who had every excuse to fail (http://amzn.to/2yfFdC9).

And a man turns a neighborhood bingo game into a multimillion dollar empire.

Plus, adventures of female entrepreneurs that will inspire you (http://amzn.to/2xK1JQs).


015 A Millionaire Entrepreneur Reveals The Path to Wealth & How to Find a Skilled Business Mentor



If being happy is so great, why are so many people miserable? We’ll explore that question.

Then…author of The Path to Wealth, May McCarthy (http://amzn.to/2fXzFEi) shares the secrets that made her a multi-millionaire.

You’ll hear the story of a musician who wrote a catchy tune, and earned a fortune.

And if you think finding a good business mentor is difficult, wait until you hear what SCORE CEO Ken Yancey has to say. Best of all, their service is free (https://www.score.org/)

Plus, two men start a banking business, and get lots of interest.

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003 A Woman-Owned Business Started at a Kitchen Table is Now Worth Millions & How Using Positive Psychology will Fuel Your Success



Do you sometimes lose focus or procrastinate?  We’ll share four quick tips to boost performance and motivation.  Plus, a mother of two and self-proclaimed Mommy Millionaire, Kim Lavine (http://amzn.to/2qqiEqP) has advice on starting a home business. She started at the kitchen table and quickly became a millionaire.

You’ll also hear sixty-second Success Journal stories about an immigrant who invented an exercise machine, and muscled his way to the top —  and a fruit juice salesman who found a way to squeeze out a fortune.

Then, Harvard psychology professor Shaun Achor, author of The Happiness Advantage (http://amzn.to/2qsUS9J) shares research on how a positive, happy attitude at work (and in life) will fuel your success.