Let me introduce myself

“Go back a little to leap further.”
John Clarke

As a young girl I was blessed to have the most amazing person living under my roof. My hero, my father. He quit grammar school to help my grandmother when my grandfather passed. When I grow up the thing that impressed me the most was that he was an incredible talented mechanic, carpenter, cabinet maker, plumber, inventor and this was after working 40 hours as an industrial mechanic. I loved watching and helping him to create things. Oh, the good times!

Is because of this, I grew up believing that formal education or circumstances DOES NOT have to hold you back your whole life. I believe you can achieve what you want if you put your POSITIVE mind to it.

Today, I dedicate my life to share, empower and motivate other women to find their path to success (whatever that means to them) and wealth. I decided to start these conversations with you to help find your way and make more friends along the way. I have being a successful employee, owned successful businesses from “scratch” and now I am a Mary Kay Independent beauty consultant. Along the way I have learned from people and people have learned from me. I am not going to give you list of things to do for this or that, I am going to talk to you sincerely and sometimes with tough love, but always with positive outlooks.

We will be talking about so many things, but the constant will be that I want you to be happy in whatever you decide to be your positive path. When I have speaking engagements it amazes me how many excuses women have, and how they, subconsciously sabotage their own wealth building capacity. I know it may be not be easy, but it’s not impossible for the one that wants it. As my father always said “If it’s not made, build it”.


Karen B. Morris the happy owner of Pink Biz Diva. Her passion is to empower women to find a path to wealth. Check her out on Facebook and Twitter.

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