It is our pleasure to introduce you to Lynn Bardowski, who will be leading an Entrepreneur Rockstar Call on June 23, 2016 at 10:00am PST | 12:00pm CST | 1:00pm EST.
Say hello to Lynn Bardowski, our Entrepreneur Rockstar! Lynn is the CEO/Founder of Partylite/Million Dollar Party Girl. Don’t let the nick-name fool you. It’s more about a working Mom who discovered her inner visionista when she was least expecting it. Overcoming fear, failure and mommy guilt to become a multi-million dollar revenue generating direct sales entrepreneur.
We had the exciting opportunity to get to know Lynn a little bit before our Specialty Call with her on June 23rd. Here’s what we learned:
Lynn Bardowski, awarded Top 100 Small Business Influencer & a Top 25 Women to Watch, is the CEO/Founder of Million Dollar Party Girl.
As a working mom, Lynn followed her inner Visionista and had the courage, vision, and belief to leave the safety net of a successful career and pursue her dream of “empowering women to discover their glow” by starting a PartyLite direct sales biz. She overcame fear and failure to become a multimillion-dollar revenue-generating direct sales entrepreneur. Bardowski is on a mission to take her Visionista message global, which she defines as, “Women who know who they are, where they are going and guide their tribe of leading ladies to the top.” As the author of the #1 best-seller, Success Secrets of a Million Dollar Party Girl, Bardowski is a sought after speaker and consultant, sharing her expertise on CBS, FOX, Forbes, Huffington Post and more.
What’s your favorite vacation spot?
Barcelona, Spain. Tapas, sangria and the mediterranean sea. Need I say more?
When you aren’t busy being an entrepreneur, what are you doing?
Enjoying date nights with my hubby of 33 years, playtime with my granddaughter Vivi or wine-ing down with friends.
If you could meet one person alive or dead, who would it be? Why?
Coco Chanel. I’d love to hear her back story. She was raised in an orphanage and had the guts to transform women’s fashion before women had the right to vote in the US.
One thing you wish someone would have told you when you were 13.
Failure and success are connected.
Any last parting words for our AWSC Members?
Family members will probably not support you, but don’t let that stop you. It’s their stuff, not yours.