Tuesday, February 6th
3:00 p.m. ET / 12:00 p.m. PT

Employee to Entrepreneur:
Essential Mindset Hacks and Habits for Flying Solo

Many of the habits that served us well in school and in the workplace are the exact opposite habits we need to cultivate to be leaders and entrepreneurs. 

We strive hard to do and be all of the things instead of focusing.

We stretch ourselves thin instead of delegating.

We treat ourselves like expendable workhorses instead of being fierce protectors of our time and energy.

Sure, there are business skills many professionals lack that keep them from taking the leap into entrepreneurship, and our company teaches all of these things.

But the truth is there's a major mindset gap that also needs to be addressed so that you can become the kind of person who will thrive as a future CEO. 

Bottom line: What got you here won't get you there.

In this workshop and live Q&A, you will learn:

  • The 4 "good-student" habits that are keeping you playing small*
  • Tips for practicing entrepreneurial habits even when you aren't the boss
  • A counterintuitive framework for managing your career so that you experience less hustle and more flow
  • Why you should be cultivating entrepreneurial habits even if you love your job

Can't make it live? Register anyway and we'll send you the replay when we wrap.

*This concept of "good-student habits" comes from Tara Mohr's book Playing Big. If you only read one professional development book this year, let this be it. 

 Hosted by Titilayo Tinubu Ali Founder of Ellevation Coll

Hosted by Titilayo Tinubu Ali
Founder of Own Your Expertise LLC

Tuesday, February 6th
3:00 p.m. ET / 12:00 p.m. PT


Titilayo Tinubu Ali is on a mission to help women increase their earning potential, expand their career options, and gain the skills to fly solo whenever they want to or need to. She is founder and CEO of Own Your Expertise, a professional development company that teaches women how to turn their 9-to-5 skills into consulting opportunities. 

Alongside her career as an attorney and education researcher, she has been an independent consultant serving in a variety of legal, management and communications roles across the nonprofit, corporate, philanthropic and political sectors. Her published writing and research has shaped the development of education systems in the United States, Canada and Ireland and she is a co-author of The Road to High-Quality Early Learning: Lessons from the States. She has managed a seven-county U.S. congressional campaign and has been the brainchild of multi-market media campaigns for nonprofits and social causes that have successfully placed news stories on CNN, NBC, ABC, FOX, and NPR.

Seeking to equip women with the skills she's used to navigate her career, she developed Own Your Expertise, a hybrid business and leadership development program for early- and mid-career professionals. She routinely trains and speaks in college, university and corporate settings on how new and emerging professionals can develop personal brands and take an entrepreneurial approach to designing their careers. She is a certified NxLeveL entrepreneurship instructor trained to coach new business owners through laying the marketing and strategy foundations for their new ventures.

Titilayo earned a law degree from UC Berkeley, a master's degree in sociology and education policy from Columbia University, and a bachelor's degree in English, with honors, from Spelman College. She lives in Colorado with her husband and twin sons.