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Ultra You - Where self-made millionaire women redefine success

By Monique Y. Wells

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Description

Ultra You is a podcast about redefining success through lifestyle, legacy, and leading by example. If you are a successful self-made woman – an entrepreneur, C-level executive or medical, legal, or financial expert – who is searching for a way to honor and nurture your purpose and passion professionally AND have the freedom to actively pursue your personal goals and dreams as well, this show is for you! Listen as women like you share their experiences in creating life balance, embracing abundance, and establishing a professional and personal legacy to be proud of. "Monique is a real strategic thinker and her interviews allow the listener to take a journey into the lives of some stunning entrepreneurs. Recommend listening and garnering pearls of wisdom from the guests, and of course, Monique herself. " -- Marsha Wright, World Renowned business icon & media personality

Customer Reviews

Excellent Resource for Women Leaders

Monique does a wonderful job engaging her guests and adding value to listeners.
I love how she addresses real-life challenges and concerns for today’s professional woman.

Joel and Dr Pei
Husband and wife hosts of ReLaunch

Encouraging

I enjoyed Monique's interview with Christine Brown-Quinn. I found the information to be very encouraging and inspiring. After working in corporate America for over 25 years, I am preparing for retirement and venturing into a new career.

Christine offered good solid advice about maintaining work life balance. I especially liked when she said to stop doing those things that aren't working. We have a tendacy to keep doing things, because that's just how it is. We realize that those things aren't making the job better or making any significant impact. Yet, we keep doing it because it gets the job done.

Thought-Provoquing and Entertaining

The lively enthousiasm of both host and guest provide an excellent platform for sharing valuable principles.

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