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    Build Your All-Star Team & Refocus Your Time 


The Power of the Principle

This is your month to create your All-Star team of people who work with you, work for you, catch what you’re missing, and/or promote you. It’s your month to be creative about what team means to YOU as a Woman Entrepreneur.

In Principle 3, you will be challenged to cultivate Your All-Star Team and reap the rewards of delegating, learning from others, and attracting the highest performers to your team. 

It doesn’t matter if you’re a solopreneur or have many employees, explore your leadership style & building a stronger more unified team.

What You’ll Learn

  • Building your Support Team 
  • What your Leadership Style is
  • Creating your All-Star team

How It Works

  • Learn what team uniquely means for entrepreneurs
  • Think through your support team
  • Get clarity on the intersection between leadership & teamwork
  • See opportunities to strengthen your leadership
  • Think through recruiting, onboarding, and overcoming common challenges with All-Stars, as well as getting champion results 

Great things in business are never done by one person.

Steve Jobs

Results for You & Your Business

  • Leadership: Be the best leader you can be
  • Delegation: Let others raise your business up, so you don’t have to do all the heavy lifting yourself
  • Attractiveness: Have more people want to be on your team and rally behind your vision

Learn it. Live it. Lead it.

Learn It: 

Explore what having a team means to you by your own definition, and assess how your leadership style affects your team results. 

Live It: 

Move from thinking about having a support team to recruiting new critical players and transforming your support team into an All-Star team. Be mindful of your Leadership Style throughout the process. 

Lead It: 

Become a Leadership role model in your industry by creating an All-Star Team and being the best you as a member of it. Show the world what it’s like to get more results by playing to the strengths of others.




Hang tight . . .