Bri Seeley

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Bri Seeley, Google’s #1 Entrepreneur Coach, helps entrepreneurs and businesses create long-term, sustainable success… on their terms! She knows that one-size never fits all, so her approach is customized and tailor-made to help each client monetize their genius. Bri was awarded a Silver Stevie Award in 2020 for ‘Coach of the Year - Business’ and a Bronze Stevie Award in 2020 for ‘Woman of the Year - Business Services.' She is a member of the Forbes Coaches Council and the author of the best-selling Permission to Leap. Bri has been seen on The TODAY Show, Thrive Global, Entrepreneur, Yahoo! and more.
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How Startup Leaders Can Choose to Challenge the Status Quo, Build an Equitable Future

Today is International Women’s Day, a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. The day also marks a call to action for accelerating gender parity. This year’s theme is #ChooseToChallenge. The official website for International Women’s Day explains the campaign, stating: “A challenged world is an alert world. Individually, we're...
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How to Identify Your Core Values and Align Them with Your Business Model

As an entrepreneur, it’s crucial that your business model and your personal core values are aligned in order to achieve long-term success. The truth about entrepreneurship is that each of us gets to create our business in a way that works best for us, yet many entrepreneurs leave lousy workplace conditions only to replace them...
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3 Keys to Business Planning in a Pandemic World

The concept of having a business plan may seem cliche, but the reason so many business mentors and coaches advocate for planning is because it works. Developing a business plan will increase your chance of starting a business by 152% and it will increase your chance of growing past the initial startup phase by 129%....
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How the Pandemic Has Inspired More Women to Start Businesses

Over the last month or so, I’ve engaged in 100 conversations with female entrepreneurs on Instagram. I was expecting the conversations to skew toward established entrepreneurs, but I quickly learned that new businesses, started by women and minorities, are on the rise. And while many reports show that the pandemic has hit women in business...