Your skills and experience may not always lead you where you think you’re heading. My guest Dr. Ellen Britt explains how everything she learned in life led her what she does today — teaching savvy women entrepreneurs how to take their knowledge and expertise and transform it into Genuine Influence.

Dr. Ellen Britt is an award-winning Online Marketing Strategist, Mastermind expert, Amazon best-selling author, master interviewer and host of the Pink Coattails podcast…providing information, inspiration and a voice for women in business, so they can ride in on the ‘coattails’ of other successful women entrepreneurs.

She has produced and hosted more than a dozen telesummits and has interviewed some of today’s most well-known and respected names in marketing and self-development. She lives and works near Atlanta, Georgia.

TipsExpect to Grow

  1. You cannot do everything yourself and expect to grow
  2. When something is working, do not abandon it.
  3. No one is going to anoint you the expert. You have to claim it for yourself.


The Power of Starting Something Stupid


Similarly, the impulse to keep to yourself what you have learned is not only shameful, it is destructive. Anything you do not give freely and abundantly becomes lost to you. You open your safe and find ashes. —  Annie Dillard

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