How to Build a Multimillion-Dollar Online Business with BossBabe

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Danielle Canty and Natalie Ellis are the co-founders of BossBabe Inc., an online community for women starting and scaling online businesses and that includes the members-only Société program. In this episode of Leaders Create Leaders, host Gerard Adams talks to Canty and Ellis about overcoming their limiting beliefs, the importance of consistency, scaling a business and identifying uniqueness. 

Canty and Ellis talk about their professional backgrounds, meeting each other and growing BossBabe Inc. They provide insights about growing a business including systemizing operations to achieve consistency, creating harmony personally and as a company and how to reframe ideas about money.

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