Aug 1, 2023
Today, we're fortunate to sit down with
Vanessa Farino, the award-winning Latina business strategist who's
disrupting the entrepreneurial landscape with her unique approach
to business coaching and community building.
What if you could revolutionize your trajectory from the corporate world to launching your own venture? Well, Vanessa is here to show you the path. Her incredible journey from being a receptionist in the corporate world to founding six companies is a testament to her unyielding determination and resilience.
She highlights the importance of honoring our roots and the sacrifices of our ancestors, providing a perspective that is both inspiring and thought-provoking.
Vanessa's digital platform, the CEO Circle, is more than just a community; it's a vibrant ecosystem where female founders can thrive and create generational wealth. With her emphasis on creating human experiences and showcasing diverse representation, Vanessa has redefined the coaching experience. She doesn't believe in the label 'side hustle' and her personalized coaching style emphasizes market research, team building and impactful relationships with clients. She reveals how, through simplifying business and focusing on alignment with values, you too can make a lasting impact.
The conversation takes a deeper turn as we explore the necessity of setting up people for success, regardless of their profession, and treating them with respect and kindness.
Vanessa candidly shares her own experiences, emphasizing the importance of having difficult conversations and recognizing people's contributions. She also imparts her wisdom on setting boundaries and expectations with clients and the importance of resilience in entrepreneurship. So, tune in and let Vanessa's insights and tips motivate you to take your entrepreneurial journey to the next level.
Highlights you wouldn’t want to miss:
Vanessa Farino is a public speaker, community leader, and business strategist. She’s an award-winning multi-passionate Latina entrepreneur named by Boston Business Journal's “40 under 40” and El Mundo Boston's “30 under 30”. She was featured in the documentary "Still Working 9 to 5" based on the movie "Working 9 to 5." The film examines the 40-year evolution of gender inequality and discrimination in the workplace since the 1980s.
You can find her here:
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