Do You Know Your Own Power?
As an entrepreneur, you have more power than you realize. And if you harness that power correctly, you can turn your life around.
After her first startup venture failed, Cam Kashani and her partner created Coloft, the first-ever coworking space in Los Angeles. During her four years there, Coloft had over 1400 alumni, including Uber LA, Instacart, and Tinder, leading her to earn the nickname The Godmother of Silicon Beach. But after a trying personal experience, Cam found herself looking at Coloft in the rearview mirror and facing an identity crisis that set her on the path to become who she is today: an expert speaker with the US State Department and now three-time founder. Through her company co-founded with Jasmine Hannaby, COACCEL: The Human Accelerator, she has worked with over 4,000 entrepreneurs and 700 startups, boosting female founders and their products to new levels of excellence.
Follow along as Cam shares her personal journey, talks through the importance of embracing your own power, and explains how women can create a more harmonious environment for us all.
In This Episode
- How believing in the strength of your own potential can boost entrepreneurship
- The power of choice and deciding what world to create for yourself
- The trait every entrepreneur must share
- How to prioritize your goals by making the most of productivity tools
- Why it’s important to be kind and forgiving of yourself
Quotes in This Episode
“The only thing you can control is yourself. The power is within you. YOU are the ultimate product.” —Cam Kashani
“Your mind functions very much like a computer. Whatever programming you give it, is what it will in turn spit out. ” —Cam Kashani
“Nothing falls into place. As an entrepreneur you are the creator. You are creating the vision and passion and purpose that you have—so it’s always a challenge.” —Cam Kashani
“Your passion is going to fuel you in those times when you have nothing left (because those times will come).” —Cam Kashani
“Give yourself permission to be human.” —Cam Kashani