Imposter syndrome gets the best of many entrepreneurs-- now add to that a global crisis and other significant self-doubts you may have about your education history and you could be looking at a recipe for failure. But not for Kelli Komondor, CEO, K2 Creative, who launched her business in the midst of 2020, found herself achieving some success in a short time, and then gathered inspiring women entrepreneurs who had stories to share about their businesses in 2020 and made a book out of it! We'll chat about the book 'Twenty Won' as well as her own doubts for launching a business without a college degree -- something that isn't quite as useful as the years of hands-on experience she gathered in the field.
Tune in for this inspirational story and learn more about Kelli and her book:
In 2020 - the year of necessary changes for small businesses, nonprofits, and corporations... Kelli Komondor found the courage to follow her dreams - to start a business and become a published author. Kelli is the president and CEO of K2 Creative, a content, PR & marketing, and branding firm which she started in the middle of the 2020 global pandemic. She works with many small business clients, but has found a niche in providing creative copywriting, PR, and marketing services to female business owners, authors, coaches, and speakers. Kelli is the creator, project manager, and a contributing author of "Twenty Won", an Amazon bestseller anthology of 21 female entrepreneurs sharing their stories of business resilience during the global pandemic. Her chapter, "From Imposter to Inspiration" focuses on how she overcame imposter syndrome to start her business and inspire a group of women to participate in the Twenty Won book. Kelli loves to share her career history and how she went from feeling like an imposter, to being an inspiration. She enjoys honest, down-to-earth conversations and is continually finding ways to use her experiences to mentor other women.