Business Mentor Seeks to Help Entrepreneurs
Dec 30, 2011 11:43AM
Home-based-business mentor Pam Pearson wants to help women start their own businesses in the health and wellness field. Pearson is a former corporate executive with more than 20 years of experience developing, launching and running companies. Blending a community of like-minded women with a solid business model, Pearson aims to help women to create and run their own businesses, generate additional income and become financially independent.
“I’m passionate about mentoring women and empowering them to achieve their dreams,” she says. “This requires more than just learning the nuts and bolts of business. It requires action, plus passion, plus vision. We’re entering a new year and it’s a great time to enter a new business venture.”
Pearson says that the number of self-employed women is on the rise in today’s economy, and the health and wellness industry is an exploding market that offers entrepreneurs a new and ripe opportunity. “Whether you are starting a new business or looking to expand an existing one, partnering with the right people is key,” she says. “Having someone who knows the ropes helps you get started with a solid plan and avoid common start-up mistakes.” Pearson adds that working with a mentor allows people to leverage existing business knowledge, training and materials, which saves time and money and increases the likelihood of success.