LIFT with DEBBIE GILBERT: Entrepreneur, Author & Founder of Mums UnLtd

Other women are not your competition. However many people work in your industry, there is only one you. My special guest this week is Debbie Gilbert, a multi-award-winning entrepreneur and author of The Successful Mumpreneur, who loves to support other business women on their journeys. We explore a range of topics related to how you can successfully grow your business through networking, a positive attitude and collaborating with other women within the same field as you.

In business, people will gravitate towards you if you’re positive. But that doesn’t mean you can’t be honest and direct – you just have to do this with a positive attitude and the intention to help those around you succeed. Debbie advice is no-nonsense and entirely focused on LIFTing women up. As she says “everyone can be successful in business given the right support and right tool to do so. Attitude is everything”

Not only does this success draw from your attitude, but also from you recognising your shortcomings and seeking help in those areas. Deep collaboration with other women is key to forging ahead and thriving as an independent businesswoman, as well as seeing the women around of thrive.

This episode is a must listen for any entrepreneurs, filled with all the guidance you need to take yourself and your business to the next level.

Debbie Gilbert is a multi-award winning entrepreneur. An owner of a marketing and events agency, her business began in 1998 before the internet was in full swing and the phrase social media hadn’t been invented! Debbie not only supports a wide range of businesses to grow but also owns The Best Business Women Awards, The 3 Counties Expo and Mums UnLtd. Author of The Successful Mumpreneur, a number 1 best selling Amazon book, Debbie loves to support other women on their business journey.

What we cover:

  • Collaboration
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Networking
  • Self-worth



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