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Nely Galán share her insights on becoming Self-Made
After becoming self-made on her own terms, Galán has made it her mission to teach women—regardless of age or background—how they too can become entrepreneurs.
Latina media dynamo and women’s empowerment advocate Nely Galán, dubbed the “Tropical Tycoon” by The New York Times Magazine, is one of the entertainment industry’s savviest firebrand talents.
Sometimes we can use a challenge or tragedy in our own lives to help others, as inspiration for a business, and to help develop a personal brand. Nely Galán helps us turn pain into profit!
When I was offered the opportunity to speak with femtrepreneurs Nely Galán and Nicole Enearu, I was thrilled by the prospect of learning from their entrepreneurial expertise.
Nely Galan, a Cuban-born self-made media mogul, motivational speaker and NY Times Bestseller, knows a thing or two about being self-motivated and motivating other women to also follow their dreams.
Los “webinars” o seminarios en línea, que realiza el Movimiento Adelante, tienen como propósito llevarles información a las mujeres latinas sobre como iniciar su propio negocio, comenzando por el gastronómico.
Esta valiosa mujer empresaria del mundo del entretenimiento y en el área de bienes raíces, autora y conferencista, tiene una misión de vida que la conecta con mujeres latinas y afroamericanas, para mostrar a todas ellas, que el camino hacia el logro de sus emprendimientos e independencia económica es posible
Nely Galán, author of the new book SELF MADE, believes there is no true empowerment until you are financially self-reliant. Here is her real-world advice for taking ownership of your money so you can follow your passions, whatever they may be.
Latinas have more power than any other group in the country to decide the fate of U.S. companies, according to Nely Galán.
Latinas have more power than any other group in the country to decide the fate of U.S. companies, according to Nely Galan.