Interested in starting your own entrepreneurial journey in personal development but unsure what to expect? Then read up on our interview with Somalia Brown, of Abebi Enterprise LLC., located in Marietta, GA, USA.
What's your business, and who are your customers?
My business is showing natural World ChangHers who they are. I bring out the Disruptor in those assigned to my voice. I show them by leading by example and being present in their day-to-day life with my world ChangHers app. My clients are a woman who doesn’t fit into the four walls of the church. Those who know they are different always have been but don’t know how to harness their power and knowledge. Many are lost and stuck because there aren’t a lot of people who understand them because they are completely misunderstood.
Tell us about yourself
I love helping people. I am the ultimate team player. Being an ex-elite athlete, I had to learn from a young age that you can’t do it alone. My team depends on me as much as I depend on them. This mindset has shaped me into who I am as a thought leader who leads by example. I leave no one behind in my community. I get into the trenches and on the frontline with them.
I love what I do. I enjoy seeing the growth in those around me. I cannot stand seeing those around me stagnant for no reason. My mandate on this earth is to help prevent deaths in their marriages, purpose, and relationships.
What's your biggest accomplishment as a business owner?
My biggest accomplishment is every world ChangHer assigned to my voice and witnessing the sustainability of their growth! When I circle back around to them, and they are still thriving - that’s an accomplishment to me.
What's one of the hardest things that come with being a business owner?
One of the hardest things is the inconsistency of life. Being an entrepreneur means you are always on the clock mentally. Always looking for the gaps in the world so you can fill them. Always ready to go. This sometimes makes it difficult to be completely present in life.
What are the top tips you'd give to anyone looking to start, run and grow a business today?
- Love what you do.
- Make sure you have an anchor to your business. An anchor helps you stand the test, trials, ups, and downs. It will not let you give up. It helps you push past any issues. You find your anchor within. It’s usually connected to your life’s purpose and your why.
- Expect your business to look and be different. Don’t be afraid to let your business stand out. When you stand out, it brings a shift and expansion if you accept it and understand how to move with it.
Where can people find you and your business?
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