My Crazy Journey to Entrepreneurship

Some people dream of owning their own businesses. Being their own boss. Not me.

I loved my corporate job and was ready to be there or some other awesome company until I retired, but God had another plan.

I call myself the Accidental Entrepreneur. 

The life an entrepreneur is not one I would have chosen, but I have learned a lot and would not trade my experiences for anything. Anyone considering entrepreneurship may get some nuggets from this podcast with my journey from being a marketing executive to becoming an author, speaker, college professor, founder of an LLC and a 501(c)(3) using my story to impact lives all over the world. It has been a roller coaster ride, and I am grateful for the journey.

Thank you to my former co-worker turned fellow entrepreneur, Darnell Reid, for the opportunity to share my story on his podcast.

Memphis Success podcast with Darnell Reid

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About Summer Owens

When I started writing my first book, Life After Birth: A Memoir of Survival and Success as a Teenage Mother, I just wanted to tell my story. Today, I am a best-selling author, inspirational speaker, life coach, and college professor with own course that I created. Everything I do about helping people have success over obstacles and live their best lives no matter what. This blog is dedicated to sharing and expounding upon the lessons I learned and share in my book and that we all can use to say, "S.O. What!" to all the challenges life will throw our way...every day.
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