Thank you to everyone who attended, supported, and helped with the Just Fearless Women Rising Expo in Houston. A special Thank You to our Honorees and Speakers for coming and attending even with the bad weather and flooding. It was a phenomenal event! We can't wait for the next event. Stay tuned for more details!
A personal negative business experience for Just Fearless LLC to help other small businesses:
There is something so truly mind-boggling about the ability to write something about a business and/or person based on slander and lies online and on social media and people take it as fact. They don't consider the website it was written on, they don't look at the response below the complaint on sites such as Rip Off Report (which deliberately creates a huge separation from the complaint up top, then tons of ads, then any rebuttal response)and others like Complaint Board.
They don't look at the fact that someone used a fake name to write the same complaint (on multiple sites) and/or social media, they don't look at the date of the complaint (8 years ago) and even one this year for a company that we declined to fund via the angel fund (this women pretended to be a man from Boston even though men are not eligible for our fund - how petty can one get).
People complain all the time, these same sites (RipOff Report & Complaints Board) have complaints against Wells Fargo, Pepsi, Sallie Mae, Taco Bell, Apple, T-Mobile, Avis Car Rental etc., and yet they are ALL still in business despite having hundreds and sometimes thousands of complaints on these websites and more.
But you find one or 2 complaints over a 10 year period for a small business and it is automatically thought to be true without any verification or even questioning it or reading the reply at the bottom. This is how we got to where we are as a society and country. This is how the US got Trump because people are taking anything that is written online as truth without due diligence, asking questions directly, and common sense.
For any company that has every had to deal with this, especially small businesses, this video gives you tips on how to deal with that. Keep going and don't let anyone or anything stop you. Just Do It!
If people are not smart enough or willing to use common sense when it comes to discerning and questioning what's truth and what's really "Fake News", then they are not someone you want to do business with. Remember this the next time you do a Google search on someone or a company and something like RipOff Report or something similar comes up. Ask the company or contact about it directly and consider the source of the complaint rather than making assumptions. Common Sense is not so common these days.
Entrepreneur Kisha Mays is on a mission to create as many millionaires as she can from female-run businesses.
The founder and CEO of Just Fearless, her business-development consultancy helps women entrepreneurs scale up and expand into international markets.
To do this Mays is often on the move all over the world. Based in Hong Kong and Los Angeles, she travels about eight months out of the year making connections and working on projects across the globe from Europe to Asia and beyond.
The author of “From Failure to Fearless: Still Completely Flawed BUT Thriving Fearlessly,” Mays has a goal of helping 1 million women entrepreneurs generate at least $1 million in annual revenue by Dec. 31, 2025.
Kisha Mays told Moguldom just how she plans on achieving this goal.
Moguldom: How can you help 1 million women entrepreneurs to earn at least $1 million in annual revenue?
Kisha Mays: I plan to accomplish this through global partnerships that will expand our reach, through my Angel Fund to support and invest in female founders, and through the creation of a grassroots movement that is happening now. Thanks in part to the movements like #MeToo and #TimesUp, women are showing that they will do what is necessary to see change and they are doing it fearlessly. The time is now. You must be the change you want to see and that is exactly what I am doing. Rather than focus on the negative, I would rather focus on the positive and make an impact to change the course of where we are heading.
Moguldom: Why did you want to do this?
Kisha Mays: I built my business working with women around the world, but I knew that by continuing going business-to-business, it would take a very long time to create change. I also knew if there were more women in power we would not see the division, poverty, and the like that we currently see in this world. In order to make that happen, we need more female-founded and -operated profitable businesses which will change families, communities, cities, countries, and generations. With more profitable businesses, jobs are created, poverty can be eliminated, and we can support women running for political office. They need not only our votes, but also our financial contributions which is a lot easier when you when you can eliminate the financial challenges in life.
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Entrepreneur PENNY STREETER is one of the UK’s wealthiest women. She tells us how she battled adversity to earn her fortune. Today she is one of Britain’s wealthiest women, having amassed a fortune of £157million.