Our culture and education encourages us (even if subconsciously) to be followers and reactors, not leaders.
And social media favours celebrity over true influence.
I know what it feels like to be shy, self doubting and thinking that it's too late to be dreaming big. I didn't start my own online business until I was 50. In fact I set up my first website in 2007, but was so scared of putting myself out there, I promptly took it down!
I wished back then I'd had a mentor or coach who could give me real strategies - which is ironic as I've been that strategist for so many others.
I'm Merilyn, self-leadership mentor for experts & business owners, brand strategist and facilitator of 'ah-ha' moments.
So my vision now is to inspire more people to wake up to the impact, influence and legacy that successful entrepreneurs (especially women) can have in this world.
And to give YOU permission - and the support and direction - to not just get by, but to LEAD.
"I set as the goal the maximum capacity that people have - I settle for no less. I make myself a relentless architect of the possibilities of human beings"
Benjamin Zander, conductor of the Boston Philharmonic
Merilyn Wilson Beretta is an advisor and mentor to self-made CEO’s, self-employed experts and creatives.
Merilyn Wilson Beretta lives in Sydney Australia with her teenage son and is equally at home in London. An eclectic mix of businesswomen, creative and teacher, she has an Architecture Degree and began her first business at 15 years old.