Chicago, IL, November 03, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Can you really create permanent change in your life in just 60 seconds?
Entrepreneur Hana Kamm, founder of the recently launched website She’s Next (http://www.shesnext.com), thinks so – and she’s willing to share how it can be done with anyone who needs the knowledge.
“There are countless women doing amazing things every day on a personal and business level,” Kamm said. “The problem is there are also plenty of people who could benefit from the advice these women freely share, but – for whatever reason – those who need the knowledge most are unable to get it. She’s Next was launched to give women instant access to proven ideas for personal, financial and marketing success.”
In creating She’s Next, Kamm brought together some of the world’s most influential women and asked them to expose the steps they took to uncover their passion, achieve happiness, expand their brands, unlock mental barriers, create financial success and much more.
She’s Next delivers this knowledge is a series of short, 60-second interviews. Women interviewed include Laurel Touby, Danielle LaPorte, Laura Fitton, Erin Rooney Doland, Helene de Puy, Anne Beiler, Melanie Notkin, Lissa Rankin, Tamar Weinberg, Liz Strauss, Danielle Crittenden and Penelope Trunk.
Kamm said She’s Next also serves as a way to bring together women of different backgrounds, beliefs and opinions, resulting in an environment where everyone can learn from each other.
“Women have more opportunities now than ever before,” Kamm added. “But they also have more choices, with pressure and expectations coming at them from every angle. Faced with people and society pushing and pulling in so many directions, it’s no wonder women can sometimes struggle distilling who they are and what they want to become.”
Registration for She’s Next is available for free at http://www.shesnext.com.
About She’s Next
She’s Next strives to inspire personal growth and creativity by showcasing inspirational women who define success outside of societal stereotypes. Through 60-second video interviews, users gain knowledge from women ranging from minimalists who ditched their designer jeans and pricey lifestyles for a simpler way of living to ladies who, so to speak, have it all. Of course, there’s also advice from women who couldn’t imagine being anywhere other than home with the kids. Additional information is available at http://www.shenext.com.