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The Story Engine Podcast: Where we teach you how to make marketing easier, more powerful and fun through storytelling. Each week we learn from top entrepreneurs, influencers and world-changers on how to share your story through content, copywriting, speaking and how to make your story your most powerful marketing tool.

Jan 25, 2022

Today we have Nilima Achwal on the podcast. She is the founder of the Female Founders Lab. This is a startup accelerator that helps female and male founders access what she calls a “goddess energy.” This energy is essential when navigating the complex and challenging world of getting funding as a startup.  She has a tremendous amount of international experience in this world and now works with many leading founders in acquiring the funding they need to carry their vision to the masses.

We are going to be talking about some of the key ingredients needed to acquire that funding and enroll venture capitalists into your startup.  This is an excellent episode even if you have never had a start-up before, or never had a startup before. Having this level of vision can be very powerful and have a dramatic impact on the results you experience in your business and in your life.  This is a very useful episode for everyone so that we can learn from startup founders on the cutting edge right now. 

In This Episode:

  • Goddess leadership is letting yourself be a vessel for your idea to move through you and your vision to be birthed through you and staying strong and holding the container for what wants to be birthed in that process. 
  • The most important ability that you need to hone as a founder is your skill of discernment. 
  • If you have a vision or something that you feel can help people in the world, there is no mistake.  You have been chosen to carry this out. You have the unique skills and the lived experience in your body that wants to be shared with the rest of the world. The world really needs you.
  • And so much more!!!  

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