Where Can BlogHer Entrepreneurs Take Your Business? An Interview with Elke Govertsen

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For those not sure about going -- or those who might be nervous even though they already have a ticket -- what might you say to encourage them?

If you are unsure about attending this event, ask yourself this: Do I know there is something inside of me-- an idea, a spark, a possibility-- that is bigger than what I am doing now? This can be anything from an inkling of an inspiration, to the next iteration of your already thriving business. Do you believe it can be more--- do you want to turn that spark into a flame? A firework? A source of energy for MORE?

The access to the information and network at Entrepreneurs is unprecedented, not to mention the scale of the event is prime for creating real, lasting and impact full connections (more than a business card, but a real relationship). I recommend it to everyone, evidenced by the fact that last year there were 3 people from MT and a few other friends of mine as well.

Take the leap. Make the move. It might just change everything for you as it did for me.

Thanks BlogHer, it really was a game changer to attend that first (and second, now third) BlogHer event for entrepreneurs.

See you there-- please come introduce yourself to me.

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You can connect with Elke via Mamalode on Twitter and Facebook>.

Convinced you should attend BlogHer Entrepreneurs '13 after that great interview? Register now!


Family/Moms & Events Section Editor Jenna Hatfield (@FireMom) blogs at Stop, Drop and Blog and The Chronicles of Munchkin Land.


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