Podcast #173 // Stephanie Joanne on Serial Entrepreneurship

March 28th, 2017 Posted by Podcast, The Sarah R. Bagley Podcast, Uncategorized 0 thoughts on “Podcast #173 // Stephanie Joanne on Serial Entrepreneurship”

Stephanie Joanne is known online as The Entrepreneurial Enabler and creator of her signature program Build your Fitness & Health Empire. She’s a serial entrepreneur best known for her self-made empire in the fitness and health industry.

SJ’s proud to have been named as one of the “10 People Who Will Change Your Life by CityLife Magazine.” Her name and brand, stood proudly next to Celebrity Investor Robert Herjavec from the Shark Tank and Dragon’s Den.

She is a proud former fitness junkie who built a multi 6 figure business in less than 12 months by helping thousands of entrepreneurs learn, apply and leverage the power of branding and online marketing in today’s digital landscape.

Stephanie has been featured as Canada’s Fitness Expert with over 200 media appearances including: eTalk, CTV, Reader’s Digest, Chatelaine Magazine, Hello! Magazine and the Slice network. Under her public relations and marketing umbrella she has worked with an impressive roster of companies including Nike, VitaCoco, Shoppers Drug Mart, and Adidas.

In this episode, Stephanie shares her personal struggles and challenges as she built her career and advice, tips, and strategies for other entrepreneurs.

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