Sandra's Million Dollar Success Series

Hosted By:
Sandra Yancey

Founder and CEO

December 4-8, 2017

@ 9:30AM CST each day
Learn From These Million Dollar Masterminds
Wake up to your success each morning the week of December 4-8, 9:30a-10:30a CT (10:30 ET/8:30 MT/7:30PT)! 

Just 30 minutes of your time on this live call with these master entrepreneurs can help you create the change you desire in your business.

Ready to go big? Save your spot now!
Monday, December 4, 2017
Sandra Yancey is Founder & CEO of eWomenNetwork - a multi-million dollar enterprise with over 500,000 women connected through 118 chapters spread across North America. The company produces over 1,000 women’s business events each year and the #1 Women’s Entrepreneur Conference and Business Expo of its kind in North America. Sandra is an award-winning entrepreneur and is recognized by the International Alliance for Women as one of the world’s 100 Top Difference Makers and by CNN as an American Hero. The eWomenNetwork Foundation she created has, to date, awarded cash grants to 115 non-profit organizations and scholarships to 167 emerging female leaders of tomorrow. Sandra is featured in Chicken Soup for the Entrepreneur’s Soul and is a #1 bestselling author of five books, including Relationship Networking: The Art of Turning Contacts into Connections and Succeeding in Spite of Everything, which rose to #1 in ten categories at Amazon. She is also featured in and producer of The GLOW Project—called “one of the most inspiring movies ever created for women,” by the Orlando Film Festival.
Tuesday, December 5, 2017
Jennifer Diepstraten is the Founder & CEO of High Ticket Selling Success. As a heart-centered entrepreneur and former 12-year corporate sales-award-winner, she deeply understands what’s needed to create the income, lifestyle and clientele base you’re looking for. Jennifer has 20 years’ experience in sales, relationship coaching, and communication studies so she understands what it really takes to inspire people to take decisive action. As a result of her expertise, she’s sold over $14 million in products in ten years in corporate sales, working for world-leading multi-million and multi-billion dollar biotech and medical equipment companies.

She left her highly lucrative corporate sales job to start her own business teaching high-end sales and sales training to coaches, trainers, healers and niche service providers. Her “One Call Blueprint” consultation system enabled her to triple her fees in her own heart-centered entrepreneurial endeavor in less than 6 months, and grow her sales coaching company to multi-six figures in less than 2 years.

The system she’s created and teaches her students has enabled her to create a lifestyle business that’s allowed her husband to retire from his career in home construction and work full time with Jennifer. Jennifer holds a Biopsychology degree from Vassar College and a Masters’ of Science in Traditional Oriental Medicine, and lives in Southern California with her husband and three sons.
Wednesday, December 6, 2017
Angel Rich is the founder and CEO of WealthyLife, a ‘fintech’ company that designs educational technology games to enhance financial literacy and workforce development. Rich created the world’s first financial literacy gamification app — CreditStacker (Beta) in April 2016. In August 2017 the Company launched its second version CreditStacker Saga — garnering over 250,000 downloads via Apple iOS and the Google Play store in two weeks. CreditStacker is available in 21 languages, in 60 different countries.

In 2016 CreditStacker was deemed “best learning game in the country” by the White House (under the Obama administration), JP Morgan Chase and the Department of Education. Rich’s work has been featured through over 50 different media outlets including Forbes, The Grio, NASDAQ and International Business Times. At only age 30, Angel Rich is recognized as one of Google’s ‘Top Black Female Founders.’
Thursday, December 7, 2017
Diana Lovett is Founder & CEO of Cissé — a small business that combines her dedication to social responsibility by aiding small growers of cocoa to earn living wages and her love of chocolate. Her company is the result of a culmination of her experience in the public/private sector including Director of Regional and International campaigns for “Keep A Child Alive,” singer Alicia Keys’ main charitable outlet. At Keep A Child Alive, Diana supervised treatment sites and created expansion strategies in five countries in Africa. Diana wanted to create a company that would utilize only ethically responsible cocoa while supporting small-scale farmers. She traveled the world from West Africa to Central America to find the perfect beans and discovered FUNDOPO, an Organic, Fair Trade cooperative in the Dominican Republic. Its USDA Organic, single-origin, signature cocoa powder is now the base of all of Cissé’s products.
Friday, December 8, 2017
When Marcia Kilgore first put her stamp on the beauty world by opening Bliss® Spa in New York City in the mid ‘90s, SoHo was the stomping ground of art gallerists and fashion photographers. Pundits dubbed her “the new Estée Lauder,” crediting her with revolutionizing the day spa industry. Three years later, and a few months after she had sold her majority stake in Bliss to LVMH, Time Magazine chose the then 29-year-old Kilgore as their cover star. They described her as one of the new generation of young entrepreneurs - those whose hard work, and where ingenuity and fearlessness trumped the networking, business school bigshots.

Kilgore sold her second major beauty brand, Soap & Glory® (launched in 2006), in with annual sales topping £100m - to Alliance Boots/Walgreens in November 2014. This cemented her status as serial-entrepreneurial wonder woman.
FitFlop®, which launched in 2007, is Kilgore’s ergonomic footwear brand. Now distributed in 64 markets globally, it has spearheaded a trend of mixing comfort and function with a splash of fashion.
Kilgore’s most recent launch, Beauty Pie,® went live in December 2016 with ambitions to change the way that women shop for cosmetics. Kilgore says, “The Beauty Industry is broken. Customers get about 10% for their money, and that isn’t good enough anymore.”

What They’re Saying...
People join the call from all over the world to hear from our Masters in business and simultaneously post millions of tweets.

3 times a year, Sandra Yancey connects you with her tribe and other success-minded entrepreneurs on our live chat. Here’s just a sample of the things they’ve chatted about on the various topics we’ve covered on the Million Dollar Success Mastery Calls:

“I'm SO READY! to join the $1M club!

“This was as informative as a college course. I have learned so much in this short period of time. So glad I responded to the email invitation to register! Thank you, Sandra!”

“One of my favorite nuggets: You can’t go through everything it takes to get to the top and then be afraid of heights.”