“Sharon mixes her wisdom with a powerful communication style…
Results in an inspired audience and success!”
Executive Vice President / Director of Wealth Strategies – National Bank of Arizona
“Sharon champions her message by sharing it in ways that are compelling and relevant and by living the example for others to follow. An extraordinary mentor to many, she has inspired the rest of us to become the best form of ourselves.”
Greg S. Reid
Award Winning Author and Speaker
Sharon is dedicated to your financial success. As an international speaker, innovative entrepreneur and New York Times bestselling author, she is recognized as an expert on the topics of financial literacy and entrepreneurship. Sharon has built two global brands, both the talking children’s book industry and the Rich Dad Company from the ground up and is now helping to drive the global expansion of The Napoleon Hill Foundation and EBW2020, empowering a Billion Women by 2020. However, her true passion is mentoring business owners just like you. She shares her depth of financial knowledge, her proven business and scalability strategies and opens her vast network of influencers and subject matter experts all for one singular purpose…to ignite your personal and business success.
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Budgeting is like eating healthy or exercising. We know we should do it; people urge us to do it all the time; and yet, for many, it is still difficult to make a firm commitment. It ends up being one of those things we are always putting off until the next day, or we do it in fits and starts.
One of the most rewarding things of my career is sharing what I have learned with others. Nothing inspires me more than seeing someone unlock their full potential, and it’s never too late to start this journey. But it is also important to remember that sound personal financial habits are the foundation to success.
Many of the entrepreneurs I mentor, often ask me what is the key to entrepreneurial success. Without a doubt, passion, the willingness to work hard, a smart business strategy and the right associations are all pivotal to thrive. But even if you have all these things, you can still fail if you simply aren’t motivated to start or persevere when you finally do.
As a teenager, he struggled in school, even though he was very bright. His problem—dyslexia—was a familiar one, although poorly understood at the time. After failing to find his place at school, this 16-year-old boy made a huge decision: He dropped out of school to launch a business. His first venture, a magazine for young people called Student, sold $8,000 in advertising in advance of its first issue.
Starting a new business is one of the most exciting and rewarding adventures you can embark on. It takes courage and a great deal of work. But in order to succeed, you also need to be armed with how to avoid pitfalls that so many new entrepreneurs face.