Cloris Kylie, Marketing MBA, helps you attract the RIGHT clients and build a magnificent business that thrives in the long term.
How did Cloris’s career start?
When she graduated from college with a degree in industrial engineering, she already knew she wanted to work in marketing.
Always an artist and writer at heart, she thought that marketing was the best way to make a living doing something that required creativity.
After a few years working in an insurance corporation, Cloris left her job to pursue her true calling.
At the time, she thought she would find a different job, but ended up starting her first entrepreneurial venture: an academic training company to support high-school and college students as they transitioned to higher levels of education.
Cloris’s first business
Cloris changed hundreds of young lives through her individual and group training programs.
With her guidance, her students were accepted into undergraduate and graduate programs at Ivy-League schools such as Harvard and Yale.
Most importantly, the students felt empowered to achieve their dreams. They felt confident in their own ability to succeed. They revealed their magnificence!
Cloris’s business evolved through the years. She built a team of highly-qualified instructors to support more students, and the positive word-of-mouth created such an impact that she secured a constant stream of referrals.
From challenges came new opportunities
Like you, Cloris overcame many challenges both in business and in life.
One of her most significant life challenges inspired her to write a book to help others overcome similar obstacles. She was fortunate to connect with Dr. Wayne Dyer, who became her trusted guide during the tough times.
When Cloris published her first book…
She went through extensive training (and lots of trial and error) to learn how to build a captive audience and market products and services online.
In those early days, Cloris couldn’t afford to spend a fortune on ads to grow her business, and was burned out after working 14-hour days cranking blog articles and posting on social media.
She had to try something different…
That’s when a big realization came along…
Cloris figured out that she could leverage connections with influencers and group leaders to build instant authority and attract the right clients.
Since then, Cloris has been a featured guest on top-ranked podcasts, YouTube shows, radio and TV. Cloris’s articles have been published on personal development and business websites with millions of followers, such as TinyBuddha and Addicted2Success.
Also, Cloris has interviewed best-selling authors and world-class entrepreneurs such as Chris Brogan, Dorie Clark, Neil Patel, Mel Abraham, and Serena, Saje and Skye Dyer, the 3 daughters of Dr. Wayne W. Dyer.
Now, Cloris teaches you how to tap into the power of leverage to build authority and attract the RIGHT clients (those who appreciate your value, can afford your programs, and apply what you teach them.)
Her mission is to help you build a magnificent business with growing revenue and impact!
But she says you must also have fun along the way…
That’s why you might bump into Cloris on a hiking trail or during a trip to the zoo. Having a balanced, exciting and rewarding life is a priority for her, and she wants you to have this kind of life, too. She wants you to wake up eager to start your day, and to feel that you have the resources and guidance you need to pursue your true calling.
As Cloris always says, “Reveal Your Magnificence!”
Cloris appears as a special guest on “Women Taking the Lead,” a leadership podcast with Host Jodi Flynn
Addicted2Success publishes Cloris’s new article: 5 Steps to Regain Confidence After a Failure
Tiny Buddha publishes Cloris’s Article: Is a Subconscious Money Taboo Holding You Back?
Addicted2Success publishes Cloris’s Article: 7 Steps to Stay Motivated When You Aren’t Seeing Results
Addicted2Success publishes Cloris’s article: How to Get Rid of Seven Roadblocks That Kill Your Motivation
Tiny Buddha publishes Cloris’s article: 5 Steps to Rekindle the Passion for What You Do