FEAR: The number one barrier for new & aspiring business owners
Join BWAZ CEO & Founder & Business Consultant Phay Dee in this transformational masterclass where you'll discover:
The cycle of fear and how it's holding you back from reaching your full potential in your business
The mental impact that fear has on your business
How to manage your fear in your business
How to fearlessly show up for your audience
WARNING: This isn't another "fun" Masterclass. If you aren't ready to end your relationship with fear, this isn't for you.
Meet Your Host:
Phay Dee is the owner and founder of Black Women of Arizona, a women's social group that was created in 2016 to provide women of color the opportunity to network, form relationships, and socialize all on one platform.
Her work in the community has been featured on Voyage Phoenix, Shoutout Arizona, ABC 15 Arizona, and Toyota.
Phay also owns Phay Dee Consulting, a high-end consulting firm for licensed mental health providers. With her proven strategies and guidance, she has assisted several women to close high-ticket sales and contracts and build a business that they can truly be proud of.
She recently launched BWAZ Business Coaching for women on the platform as a way to give back again to a community that has supported her vision of Sisterhood.
The business you've always wanted is right on the other side of that fear. How long are you going wait?
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