Flight Club is a call to rebel, reinvent, and thrive! The book shares the journey of women who "leaned out" of corporate to launch their dream business.
Felena Hanson, founder of Hera Hub, shares her personal story and rise to entrepreneurship. The book also features the journeys of and advice from six courageous female entrepreneurs: Debby Eubank, Linda O'Keefe, Lorin Beller, Sara Clark-Williams, Deirdre Maloney, and MaryCay Durrant. Each shares an exercise to help you craft your flight path.
The final section of the book includes access to an online platform (www.StepsToStartup.com) which walks you through 17 foundational steps of launching a business. Book buyers will receive three months free access!
This book is for you if ...
You are tired of building someone else's dream
You want to pursue your passion as a career
You are over the corporate politics
You want more control of your time and life
You don't want to build your dream business alone!
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Felena is a long-time entrepreneur and marketing maven. Her latest venture, Hera Hub, is a spa-inspired shared workspace and community for female entrepreneurs. This as-needed, flexible work and meeting space provides a productive environment for growing businesses. Hera Hub members have access to a professional space to meet with clients and to connect and collaborate with like-minded business owners, thus giving them the support they need to be prosperous. The company has three locations in San Diego, one in Washington DC, and continues to grow nationally via a licensing model. Her goal is to support over 20,000 women in the launch and growth of their business by 2020. Felena and Hera Hub have been featured in Inc Magazine, the BBC News, Forbes, and the New York Times. She is a published author and international speaker. Her book, “Flight Club – Rebel, Reinvent, and Thrive: How to Launch Your Dream Business” is available on Amazon.
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Top 10 signs that you may be ready to start your own business by Felena Hanson
- You feel stuck. You've hit a wall and are no longer fulfilled by your job.
- You’re passionate. It's not just a good idea; it's what you feel you were put on this earth to do! You start to tell everyone you know—even your mother-in-law! You want to build your dream!
- You’re independent. You would rather blaze your own trail rather than following the herd. You've always been the girl that zigged when others zagged.
- You are determined. Let’s say you have an idea but everyone is telling you it can’t be done. What are you going to do about this situation? This experience might be motivation enough for you to try to one-up the naysayers.
- You want to leave a legacy. You aspire to live a bigger life, to make an impact, to make your presence known. As they say, if you're not building your own dream, you're building someone else's.
- You want to control your time. Maybe you're most productive from 4 a.m. to 9 a.m., or perhaps you're a night owl. Maybe you want to be at your daughter's soccer practice at 3 p.m. or your son's acting classes at 4 p.m. Instead of being told when to work and when to take breaks or a vacation, you could finally determine your schedule.
- You don’t mind getting your hands dirty. You'll have to do plenty of grunt work as a new business owner. It’s not always enjoyable, but you find it rewarding to see the fruits of your labor.
- You can multitask. This is part of the reason women make great entrepreneurs. If you’re one of those who doesn’t collapse under the pressure of multitasking, then you’re already on your way.
- You're not afraid of failure. You will fail daily as a business owner. Get used to it. It's the failures that teach you the most valuable lessons. You understand that failure is temporary. You are determined to make it happen and resilient when you get knocked down.
- You’re a born leader. Having a great idea is one thing. Being able to communicate that idea and convince others to jump on board is another. If you have the leadership skills to round up the troops and motivate them, consider starting your own venture.