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a number-one best-selling author, success and book coach, and speaker on a mission to help leaders use the power of writing to uncover their unique stories so they can scale their impact.

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Episode 58 | Launching and growing a dream business with Renée Warren

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I'm a number-one best-selling author, success and book coach, and speaker on a mission to help leaders use the power of writing to uncover their unique stories so they can scale their impact.

Hi, I'm Stacy

This week, I speak with Renée Warren, an award-winning entrepreneur, inspirational speaker, author, and founder of We Wild Women, a platform that helps women grow wildly successful companies. She has over 23 years of experience as an entrepreneur running marketing and PR agencies.

In this episode, we discuss her personal journey to entrepreneurship, founding and running a PR company, the challenges and lessons of raising two boys as an entrepreneur, and coauthoring a book. After she shut down her company (you’ll have to listen to find out why!), she started business coaching and founded We Wild Women.

We talk about the role of commitment, bravery, and growth in being an entrepreneur and running a small business.

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