Growing Faster through Collaboration

Growing Faster through Collaboration

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In this episode of the Driven Female Entrepreneur Podcast, I speak with Sharon Brown, the Founder of The Book Chief Publishing House, MO2VATE Magazine, The Speakers Index, and Revival Sanctuary.

 

Prior to this, she had previously been working in a corporate setting where she was abruptly pushed aside for a promotion. She thought carefully about how she was regarded at work and as a result, made the decision right there and then that she would do everything in her power to make sure that she felt valued, if not by them then by herself.

 

Sharon created an events agency, due to her prior experience in this field. However, two years in, she felt that it wasn’t bringing her the happiness she had hoped for. She then came to the conclusion that going online and beginning to have online platforms would be the best course of action since that is where the future was headed. 

 

She realised that there was something lacking in the extremely competitive networking environment where many women feel intimidated. So, in order to foster and inspire women to simply cooperate, she launched Revival Sanctuary in 2018, her first-ever online platform, with the tagline “Collaboration above Competition.”

 

Now, she currently operates four online platforms with the single purpose of assisting, bolstering, and enhancing the authority and credibility of small businesses. She manages these projects thanks to her focus on making each one a collaborative project. 

 

Don’t miss this episode to discover about Sharon’s journey and her forward-thinking start-up concepts for joint ventures that help business owners, authors, and public speakers obtain the most visibility possible in their areas of expertise.

 

 

When working collaboratively, find the right people. People who are as passionate about a project or goal as you are. -Sharon Brown Click To Tweet

 

 

Highlights

 

In this value-packed episode you’ll learn:

 

  • How to know when it’s time to leave a project and evolve.

 

  • A manageable way to identify which idea is good when doing a start-up.

 

  • The importance of finding out what your audience wants.

 

  • Why it’s not good to automate everything in your business.

 

  • How to work collaboratively to maintain a healthy work-life balance.

 

 

Automation is helpful, but I believe personalisation is necessary since it's the connections and relationships with your customers that matter. -Sharon Brown Click To Tweet

 

 

About Sharon

 

Sharon Brown is an avid supporter of small businesses especially startups and solopreneurs, so it made sense to her to create all of her projects around this. To date she has created four online platforms with one goal in mind, to support, strengthen and build the credibility and authority of small businesses through writing, speaking and publishing opportunities. Here are her current projects below:

 

THE BOOK CHIEF Publishing House, aimed at building authority and credibility for the small business owner as an Author.

 

REVIVAL SANCTUARY a global community where everyone is encouraged to collaborate, work together and use each others’ services to boost their businesses.

 

MO2VATE Magazine a global media magazine aimed at micro and small business owners. 

 

THE SPEAKERS INDEX a public speaking directory where public speakers can join for only £49 per year and they push their customers’ profiles out to event and conference organisers along with any organisations who may be looking for speakers.

 

 

Connect with Sharon

 

The Book Chief     Revival Sanctuary     Mo2vate Magazine     The Speakers Index     LinkedIn     Facebook

 

 

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About Your Host, Melitta Campbell

Since 1997, Melitta has been helping businesses achieve their goals for growth through authentic communication and marketing, helping them achieve a noticeable change of fortune in as little as three months.

 

After a decade of entrepreneurship, Melitta combined her 25 years of marketing, communication and leadership expertise and experience in the the Dream Clients Blueprint – a proven methodology for building a thriving business or coaching practice, while also mastering your mindset and enjoying a balanced life.

 

Melitta is also a 2x Best-Selling Author, TEDx Speaker Coach, certified Mindset Coach, founder of the Driven Female Entrepreneur Club and host of the Driven Female Entrepreneur podcast.

 

She has won awards for her work including a LTSB Making a Difference Award, listed as one of the top Sales Influencers of 2021 by LinkedIn and the Most Influential Female Business Coach of 2021 & 2022 (Europe) by Acquisition International.

 

To learn more about how Melitta cloud be helping you grow your business faster, book your Free Business Clarity Call:

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