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Episode 15 - How I built a successful business with no money and 3 children under the age of 4 with Gayle Berry

18 years ago this mum made what some thought a crazy move quitting her successful city career as a Project Finance Lawyer to become a baby massage instructor.  Gayle went on to train 1000’s of baby massage teachers all around the world and build an incredibly successful business around her children.  From the start right through to lockdown in 2020, Gayle describes the challenges faced as being an on-going part of the entrepreneurial journey and shares the key to her success in being able to continually bounce forward.

What we cover

  • The judgement and expectations that came with leaving her successfuly city career
  • The hours Gayle would put into her new career once she had put her kids to bed
  • How she would refer to her 'why' by stopping and listening
  • How not forgetting what you love can give you the best ideas
  • How connecting with similar people who have the same values as you can help you grow and develop


More about Gayle

Gayle Berry is a former project finance lawyer and a serial entrepreneur, business mentor and charity founder. Gayle is a transformational leader and business mentor to thousands of women who have created their own businesses across the world. Gayle regularly shares her wisdom on compassionate leadership, sustainable entrepreneurship and helps women create more impact and income through creating their love legacy. She is the founder of Blossom & Berry which is a global organisation teaching the power of love and connection for families. She has a network of over 1000 teachers across the world, four international branches and generates a six figure income through her online training courses. She has also established her own charitable project to give back to vulnerable mothers and babies in poverty.

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In collaboration with...

When I met Ashley, the CEO of the insurance company Bounce, and Rachel Brookes, the Network Development Manager, it was clear from the start that Bounce and Mpower share similar values around empowering others (particularly mothers) and creating opportunities to flexibly combine earning a great living with motherhood.

Bounce not only proivdes people with the right insurance products to potect their families, health and business  they are also hugely passionate about providing flexible opportunities for mums to earn additional income.  

With zero risk and zero investment, Bounce empowers mums in business to make a difference to the lives of others with their insurance services and enables them to transform their own lives through becoming part of a supportive and vibrant Bounce network and community and building a primary or additional source of income by becoming a Bounce referall partner.

So, I’m really excited to be bringing you this podcast series in collaboration with Bounce.  I know how difficult it can be to earn a great living while your building your startup, particularly in those first few years.  So the Bounce referral opportunity for a product which is all about essential peace of mind and protection could be a perfect business opportunity or compliment to your existing business.  - you can find out more about creating an additional Bounce income by visiting the Bounce Nework website

FREE Bounce Back resources

Check out these free bounce back resources created by experts from within the Mpower community.  All resources have been  generously donated free of charge -  masterclasses and mini-courses to help you, your family and your business at a time when we could all do with an extra bit of help.

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