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It is my pleasure to introduce to you our PeopleWhoProsper Feature Entrepreneur, Janét Aizenstros. Her story speaks for itself but in a nutshell let me say, WOW. This woman has had some hard times yet has triumphed to become a successful founder, CEO and executive producer of her own radio talk shows. She is the founder of JAOM (Janét Aizenstros Omni Media). Her motto is "helping women be the change, they want to see." JAOM offers several programs which include coaching and wealth management services and radio talk shows, among many others. Being a licensed life coach, Janét explains, "My primary focus is to teach the fundamental principles of mind, health and wealth from a holistic perspective. She shares more in her interview with me about how she has PROSPERED. Enjoy!
1.Tell me your story. What were you doing before you started your own business?
I am the founder and CEO of JAOM (Janét Aizenstros Omni Media), which is dedicated to the empowerment and advancement of women worldwide. As an award-winning entrepreneur, internationally recognized writer and radio host, I enjoy teaching women how to achieve the level of success they aspire to attain. My dedication to changing lives has truly motivated other women to capture their visions and dream beyond their current circumstance.
The vision of JAOM is "helping women be the change, they want to see." Well, I am definitely a living testament to self-healing and transformation. After, drastically changing my mind, health and wealth in 2010, I have made it my life's mission to seeing other women achieve the level of success they so aspire to attain.
Through my business savvy and charismatic personality, I've taken my extensive corporate credentials and are lending those same principles to building my online empire. JAOMONLINE.com is an online platform for women who are "the first to acquire the best" and residence to Editorial M.O.M, Life Masters Now Success Coaching, Masters Now Wealth Management Group, Masters Now Wealth Mastermind, I am...Janét, Women's Movement Radio Network, and additional services to further the empowerment of women. The primary focus of all these program is to instill the importance of three vital components to having a successful business; by creating a solid mindset while achieving great health and secure wealth creation.
I am a licensed practitioner of the Law Of Attraction. I received my certification under Dr. Joe Vitale (featured in the film The Secret). My primary focus is to teach the fundamental principles of mind, health and wealth from a holistic perspective.
I've partnered with many leading international companies to offer women the opportunity to learn how to achieve the Positive Feeling Frequency™, which I describe in detail in my upcoming book Live Free.
"I want women to know how to master their mind, time and finances. My desire is to see women succeeding in every aspect of their lives, so they will know what it really feels like to live free and on their own terms."
2. What made you want to start a business and what is your mission?
In September 2010, I had a miscarriage, a close family friend the same age as me died -- leaving behind a 9 month old child and my ex-husband's best-friend, his daughter (age 5) was diagnosed with a rare form of leukemia. All of these events happened on the same day. I decided I could no longer go on living unhappy. I didn't start my business right away but I began working on myself, my spirit. I remember a few weeks later sitting in my kids playroom by myself asking G-d how does He take a heart of stone and make it a heart of flesh again." Later, that year I was introduced to a network marketing business that gave me the start-up capital to start my business. However, I didn't want to build a network marketing business. I started reading books and taking courses.
Then I had an Aha moment! In the midst of it all I started a small blog talk radio program called Mommypreneur. I started marketing it to other women network groups overseas because my network marketing business [helped me] capture [an] international audience. I began trying to launch Mommypreneur here in North America but it didn't capture an audience the way I thought. While, doing the program, women began inquiring if there was an online outlet they could contact me. I had a blog but I really didn't use it consistently. I started writing business articles and I became bored because it reminded me of when I worked in corporate. One night, I started going through my emails and noticed all the emails were relationship based from moms around the world. Now, I couldn't understand why they would be asking me about relationships because I never spoke about relationships in my program and especially my own. If I did, many would have known I was separated and going through a divorce. I woke up in the middle of the night and it came to me. RELATIONSHIPS!! I spoke to my coach about my apprehension about talking about relationships and she shared that I could relate to women [in] all walks of a relationship. She showed me how I had been single, married, mother, separated and eventually divorced. I never thought about it that way. I decided I wasn't just going to create another relationship blog, it would have to be reflective of me. I am honest about who I am with my audience which is why I feel so many women have contacted me. I use my intellectualism mixed with my love of pop culture to convey my message. JAOM is to be an online lifestyle site. I talk about everything that is me...life, love and lifestyle. All I did was blend who I am with my existing businesses. I ended the Mommypreneur program but I have rebranded it under Moms Movement Radio. My blog gave me a diversified audience that I am happy to receive fan mail from daily. Also, I've heard claims that it's followed by certain celebrity moms, whether it's true or not I embrace it all. I make my living at being me, there is no greater feeling than that.
3. What inspires you? What keeps you motivated daily to keep growing your business?
No sleep! LOL Seriously, I have alway had exceptional time management + great organization skills + diligent consistency with lots of meditation. lol This is my remedy for success.
4. Do you have a mentor? Who is it and why? Do you believe it's important to have one?
5. What would you tell someone getting started in your line of business but does not know how to get started?
I [would] tell anyone wanting to be in this line of business to know what they believe. What you believe has the ability to hinder your progression or propel you into your destiny. The main reason women contact me at Life Masters Success Coaching is [because] I am authentically myself. Anyone who has followed or read my I am...Janet blog knows that. I intentionally expose myself showing women, that instead of hiding behind walls of masked insecurity...it's ok to be vulnerable. I believe in the Taoist quote of Lao Tzu where he states, "I show my weakness to show my strength." I believe it takes a strong person to allow themselves to be vulnerable with one's self and more so in a public format. Truthfully, many people deny themselves this luxury because they are afraid of being judged. However, [what] I would like to share is if you look at the most successful people of influence in our culture their lives are living testaments of living intentionally exposed of one's insecurities. Truthfully, it's our older ideologies that keep people bound in their destructive mindsets. Regret, judgment, emotions of this nature create a counter reaction that systematically institutes people walking around feeling confined in their own lives. This new year, I plan on teaching a series of how to Live Free. Free beyond your inhibitions, mental limitations. Really helping people to understand and stop worrying about judgment. Teaching them the ability to just live. Live in the moment and be in the moment.
6. What advice would you give to someone with an entrepreneurial spirit?
Don't let anyone put limitations on you. Some people told me that being myself wasn't going to be good enough or no one would be interested in what I had to say. Well, I am sitting in a really great place now. I am living free. Free of my inhibitions, free of my personal insecurities. I wish everyone could live this emotionally free.
I want to thank Janét for sharing her inspirational story with us. You can connect with her online at www.jaomonline.com/get-in-touch. Fill out the form leaving a brief message and she will respond to all emails within 48 hours. You can also find Janét at www.jaomonline.com for speaking engagements, business consultation and mentorship.
Be someone’s motivation and tell us your story! To be featured on PeopleWhoProsper.com email Tamara@garrisonprosperitysolutions.com. Put PEOPLEWHOPROSPER in the subject line and share a little about yourself.
With the London 2102 Olympics in full swing, we are asking, is your Black-owned business benefiting from the Olympics?
Big sponsors like McDonald's are profiting from the Olympic games, but what impact are the games having on small and medium-sized businesses?
We want to hear your opinion, so please join us.
Click here for the radio show: Black Business and the Olympics on Saturday at 2:30 p.m. EST.
Click here for details of how you can advertise your business. Your business will be listed in the Black Business Directory for international visitors.
See also: Making Money from the Olympics.
The interview by Denise Turney of Off the Shelf was delightful because Denise is so warm and so knowledgeable. Click here to hear it.
I recently had the honour of being interviewed on the Tycoon Women Moments radio show. I have listed the seven moments I focused on for my healing journey, and put the videos for the great songs I chose to accompany them - click here to check them out or click here to listen to the show.
I was recently interviewed by a lovely sister, Taylor from the All Black Woman blog. Click here to read the interview.
I was delighted and humbled to have been interviewed on Morgen Bailey's author blog recently. Click here to read the interview. This one focuses specifically on my writing, and on me as an author.
Like several people who have interviewed me lately, Morgen asked me for my views about the future for writers and the publishing industry. Click here for my interview with Adrianne George of Black Women in Europe, who also asked me about this.
Click here for another interview about my new ebook, Secrets of the Black Bloggers, by Veronica Young of Veronica Inspires.
Click here for another recent interview, on Interviews with Black Entrepreneurs.
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I trust you will enjoy them and find them useful. Any questions, please post below.
Are you a fan of the soap opera, Days of Our Lives? If so, which character is your favorite?
I have been given the opportunity to interview one of the actors from the long-running soap opera, Days of Our Lives. If you are, here’s your chance to be a part of the upcoming show, The Boomer Beat, on WCOM Radio.
Please let me know who you would be interested in hearing on my radio show and what question(s) you would ask. If that actor (or actress) is chosen, I will read YOUR questions(s) on the air and identify you as the person who asked the question. If more than one person chooses the same actor/actress, I will read their question(s) as well.
The Days cast members are promoting the iconic soap opera’s 45th anniversary and accompanying book, “Days of our Lives 45 Years: A Celebration in Photos.” Days has the distinction of dedicating many of its storylines to a mature audience and focusing on characters who are grandparents, matriarchs and patriarchs, and who have been on the show since or near the beginning, including John Aniston, Louise Sorel, Suzanne Rogers, Peggy McCay, Joseph Mascolo, and real-life couple Susan and Bill Hayes.
The deadline for submission is Friday, Feb. 18 at 5pm. Feel free to post your responses here or you can send your suggestion to: firstname.lastname@example.org. The listener will be invited to the station to ask their questions on their air. If you can’t make it, I will read your questions during the interview and identify you as the person who asked the questions. You will also receive an autographed copy of the newly released book, “Days of our Lives 45 Years: A Celebration in Photos.”
The winner will be notified by email.
Upcoming Seminar: Monday, January 17, 2011
You might be saying... I am ready for my CD to blow up or I am ready for my book to be featured on Oprah (yes, even the new network)! My question to you: are you "media" ready?
So many people want to be on various radio shows and others want to have maximum media exposure for their business, products or services B U T are they "media" ready? Can the media find them online? When they do find them, what impression will they have? This Teleseminar is great for anyone seeking media exposure ( radio, TV, print media etc). This foundational seminar will give the beginner the tips that enable "media" readiness!
Special Admission: FREE ---> Click here to Register!
Time: Monday, January 17th at 7:30pm Eastern - 30 minute seminar
Listening method: Phone OR Web Simulcast
Facilitator: Sharvette Mitchell
For more information, visit www.Sharvette.com
For those of you who don't know, I spent more than 25 years in radio and television news. I was everything from a reporter to fill-in anchor to assignment editor and producer. I even filled in as a photographer during my early days in TV.
Today, my role as a media consultant is to help those seeking media attention find it. That includes coaching and preparing clients so they will be, what I call, “media marketable.”
But those seeking media attention aren’t the only ones who need tips. Anyone who is or wants to be in the business of interviewing others should have their act together as well. With BlogTalk radio on the scene, many wanna be radio hosts have popped up.
So here are some tips for those of you who want to give your best as the interviewer on the airwaves:
- Never give your guest the questions in advance. Many guests will try to give you a list of prepared questions. It’s OK to accept them but let them know you may not ask any or all of them. Giving them the questions in advance allows them to rehearse answers and not come across as natural during the interview.
- Always check to make sure your equipment is working.
- Treat the guest with respect. The interviewee deserves respect whether they are the President or just an average Joe Blow.
- Take control of the interview. Don’t let your guest over your show.
- You are not the center of attention. Remember you are there to get the perspective of the guest not give your own.
- Do the research you need to, but don’t try to cram it all into your questions. Before you start the interview put yourself in the shoes of a member of your audience. If they were here, what would they ask?
- The interview is a conversation. It is not a confrontation. You are not there to make the interviewee look stupid.
- Shorter questions are better than longer ones. The more detail there is in the question the more difficult it is for the interviewee to track what you are asking. Be as direct as you can without being rude.
- Be sure of your facts. There’s nothing worse than being told you are wrong by an interviewee – especially when it’s live.
- Listen carefully to your guest’s responses. You might come up with some follow-up questions.
Being credible as an interviewer means being professional and prepared.
Click here to listen to What U Need to Know Saturday 4th September 2:00 p.m. EDT
This show is presented by two sistas across the Atlantic - my colleague, Joan E. Gosier of HBCU Kidz, author of Cotton Pickin' Paycheck, and myself.
Please phone in at 001 (347) 637-1099 or join us in the chatroom to share your views on education.
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Please join us for my new radio show, What U Need to Know, which I am co-presenting with Joan Gosier, author of Cotton Pickin' Paycheck.
This show focuses on history, heritage and healing for people of African heritage.
The first show is tomorrow, Saturday 5th June at 2 p.m. EDT, 7 p.m. UK time.
We will be discussing Juneteenth. This is the first of three shows looking at independence, freedom and liberation.
What is Juneteenth about, and what is the significance of this celebration?Do you celebrate Juneteenth? Please feel free to phone in at (347)
637-1099 or join us in the chatroom to add your questions and comments.
We will be joined by guests from the African Cultural Arts Council of
the Bowers Museum of Cultural Art in Orange County, CA.
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I am looking for African-owned businesses and community projects to feature in my More Black Success ebooks. If you would like to be interviewed, please contact me privately. See also: Books for Truth-Seekers.
I am also looking for guests for my new radio show, to speak on a range of issues. I will be presenting this monthly show with Joan Gosier of HBCU Kidz. We will give priority to people who have been featured in More Black Success. Please contact me for more details.
Successful Woman Radio Show - Every MondayMonday February 1st at 12 Noon (EST)!Dial In: 347-637-2589Online: Click here to listen online!Featured Guest: Nicola Jackson - Entrepreneur & Motivational SpeakerJoin us for inspiration and motivation to achieve your dreams on the Successful Woman Radio Show, Monday February 1st t 12 Noon (EST) with host Trina Newby, Success Coach.Our featured guest will be Nicola Jackson, Platinum President with Ardyss International. Nicola will share how she has developed a powerful sales force of more than 50,000 associates in a one year time period, the mindset women need to have to tap into their true potential and what's holding women back from success in the 21st Century.Know A Successful Woman That's Needs to be on the Show?If you would like to suggest successful women that you know of to be on the show, please feel free to connect with us through Women About Biz or call us at 770-934-2109.Here's to Your SuccessTrina NewbyFounder, Women About Biz
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