Do you and your visionary idea have what it takes to stay out of the 90 percent failure zone?

If you're anything like me, you probably dream of becoming an entrepreneur, so you can make a difference in the world. However, those of us who embark on this path quickly realize there are so many moving parts that influence if our values and our concept will work in the big, bad world.

Do you ever question if you're pursuing the right idea? If you step out on this path, do you ever wonder if the juice be worth the squeeze?

In this free training, you'll learn:

  • The internal factors that influence your success no matter what is happening in the economy
  • How to use “the system” as a first-time social entrepreneur to achieve both mental stability and business growth
  • Why it’s so difficult to make change in today’s world and why generational theory explains this so well
  • The mindset mistakes that make-or-break first time social entrepreneurs
  • Why pursuing your grand vision is the ultimate hero's journey and a path to personal empowerment

I'm not saying this is going to be easy. I'm saying that if you play your cards right it's going to be worth it. It's time to understand the game and unique hand you're carrying.


"Alison is a master at her craft and also of personal transformation. Working with her is an absolute pleasure in every possible way." - Andrea Morris MSW, LCSW, DOT SAP, Director of Morris Consulting

"She is impeccable, innovative, and an inspirational communicator with action plans to solve social issues." - Holly Werstein, founder & CEO of Journal to Save Your Life

"Collaborating with Alison has been one of the most important things our start up could have ever done. She is a genius at copywriting for social enterprises." - Conrad Poston, cofounder of Emerald Ascent Organic Hemp

"Alison is a powerhouse of intelligence and creativity. Her ingenuity, depths of insight, and business acumen bring refreshing clarity to any project she touches." - Brooke De Lucee, founder & operational strategist at Asheville Business Arts

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