Episode 40: Degrees Don’t Define You:College Dropout turned Master Brand Builder & Monetizer w/Maya Elious


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In this Episode, Minority Trailblazer Maya Elious shares;

  • How Dropping out of College Changed her Life for the better
  • Top Branding mistakes people make and how to fix them
  • How to make money and become a expert online
  • The Secret to Colaboration
  • and much much more


Information About Maya Elious:

Maya Elious is a branding strategist, coach and speaker that teaches creative business owners how to create magnetic content and irresistible products that will get them noticed and paid online. She is the content curator behind MayaElious.com where she shares hundreds of blog posts and resources for solopreneurs looking for clarity and strategy to build a profitable brand.

When she’s not helping her clients build a digital empire, she can be found watching Netflix and eating pizza.


Maya’s Favorite Quote

If you think it’s expensive to hire a professional to do the job, wait until you hire an amateur.- Red Adair

Maya’s  Favorite Book

Your Money Counts by Howard Daven

Find Maya Here;

Maya Elious Website

Maya Elious Instagram

Maya Elious Twitter

Maya Elious Facebook

Maya Elious Master Your Market Course

Articles Mentioned During Podcast

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  • Great podcast ! As a West African myself (Ghana) and solopreneur, I can certainly identify with Maya. Been a fan of hers for a year now and so glad to see leaders like yourself interviewing her Gregory.

    • Thanks so much @gertrudenonterah:disqus for the comment. I am lucky to know to be a friend. She was speaking to my soul :). I pray you found some great takeaways. Thanks again for the engagement.