Have you ever heard of community over competition? It can be so easy as women to compare ourselves to the people around us. Are they doing the same thing as me? Are they doing it better?
In this episode, I talk with Ashley Mason. She is a 22-year-old marketing consultant who prides herself in helping female entrepreneurs create and execute social media strategies, grow their blogs, learn about SEO, and essentially cover all the things that are important to running a successful business.
One of the reasons why we love her is because she is all about building positive relationships with other women and teaching others the benefits of networking. Ashley believes that when you help people share their stories and create brand awareness as she does, you are in turn growing your own business. We talk about how it is so important to own your worth as a woman business owner and how supporting other women in the business community does not have to come with sacrificing your own needs. Ashley offers a lot of real tangible advice in this episode. This is one you will want to take notes on!
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