Erin Bagwell, first time director, and co-producer of Dream, Girl, didn’t start out in movies. Bagwell got the courage to quit her corporate job and pursue her dream of becoming a filmmaker from discovering a community of young women entrepreneurs who were pursuing their big dreams. Inspired by her peers, Bagwell “leveled up” and began to believe in herself. Bagwell’s film, Dream, Girl features a handful of diverse female founders, including women of color ranging in age from 25-83. During a live Q&A with our Season Three host, Erica Duignan Minnihan, Bagwell talks about her hope that people can see themselves in the women showcased in the film. Girl, be prepared to dream!
Big Magic by Elizabeth Gilbert, iBooks
Clinton’s Tech Policy Targets Young Entrepreneurs by Steve Lohr, The New York Times
Ruth Bader Ginsburg Makers
How Did Lena Dunham, Mark Zuckerberg and Simon and Garfunkel Find Success? by Gene Marks, Entrepreneur
The Most Important Thing I Learned as an Entrepreneur by Erin Bagwell, Time
The very big dreams of Komal Minhas by Julie Beun
Film Inspires Female Founders To Dream Big by Geri Stengel, Forbes
An Open Letter to Parents of Entrepreneurs by Justin Bariso, Inc.
Why you shouldn’t quit your job to become a full-time entrepreneur by Jessica Mai, Business Insider
5 Steps to Take Before Quitting Your Job to Become an Entrepreneur by Jayson Demers, Entrepreneur
5 Reasons Why Writing Down Goals Increases The Odds Of Achieving Them by Damian Pros, Elite Daily
How to successfully run a crowdfunding campaign by Greg Ponesse, The Next Web
Guest bios & transcripts are available on www.broadmic.com.