How to start your own Co-Working Business with Felena Hanson Ep. 36
As women, we give so much of ourselves as we move through the many transitions in our lives – off to college, first job, marriage, children, career path, divorce, layoffs, business launch, business fail, empty nest, illness, etc. Because women are often the glue that holds everything together, it’s easy for us to push through each phase with a focus on others—forgetting who “WE” really are and what “WE” really want out of life.The path to reinvention can take many forms—from listening to an inner voice, to recognizing an unexpected opportunity, to challenging and overcoming either self-doubt or the status quo. Reinventing doesn’t mean devaluing or eliminating all that came before you. In fact, all of the decisions, insights, struggles, triumphs, achievements, and disappointments have made you the valuable person you are—and are the building blocks for the person you are to become.It can sometimes feel daunting to take, what can feel like, a big leap into the next phase of your life, so in this hands-on workshop Felena Hanson will help guide you through a simple process to match your experiences, talents, and passions with market opportunity— so that you may take that step into the next beautiful phase of your life!Where to Find Felena HansonWebsite: http://www.herahub.comTwitter: @HeraHubInstagram: @herahub LinkedIn: Felena HansonSPONSORThis episode is sponsored by Entire Productions- Creating events (both in-person and virtual) that don't suck! and Entire Productions Marketing- carefully curated premium gifting and branded promo items. PLEASE RATE, REVIEW, & SUBSCRIBE on APPLE PODCASTS“I love Natasha and the Fascinating Entrepreneurs Podcast!” <– If that sounds like you, please leave a rating and review of the show! This helps me support more people — just like you — to learn more about what makes the greatest entrepreneurs "tick" and become and stay successful.Click here, open up the podcast in Apple Podcasts and click on "Ratings and Reviews". Tap to rate with five stars (thank you), and select “Write a Review.” Here is the link if you don't see the hyperlink: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/fascinating-entrepreneurs/id1548836057
Successfuly Stories - Felena Hanson. San Diego, CA
The World of Successfuly
A conversation with Felena Hanson, she is the founder of Hera Hub, a spa-inspired shared workspace business accelerator for female entrepreneurs. She is also the author of Flight Club -- Rebel, Reinvent, and Thrive: How to Launch Your Dream Business, which provides advice and resources to aspiring entrepreneurs. She shares her experiences being in the corporate world and having strong influence of entrepreneurship from her family, and how passionate she is to guide other aspiring entrepreneurs that want to succeed. She's truly an inspiration and a leader to follow. Thank you for sharing your story with the Successfuly community.
Powerful and Dynamic Female Entrepreneurship with Felena Hanson
The DreamMason Podcast
Ep127 - Powerful and Dynamic Female Entrepreneurship with Felena Hanson"Go big, or go home!"Felena HansonFelena Hanson has been an entrepreneur for over 16 years, she's the owner and founder of Hera Hub, a multi-location international spa-inspired shared workspace and business accelerator for women. She's the author of Flight Club--Rebel, Reinvent, and Thrive: How to Launch Your Dream Business and has presented her talk Fight Club at TEDx. Felena is a heart-centered, driven, focused and accomplished leader and entrepreneur.On this episode of The DreamMason Podcast we discuss:-Fear and how so many of our lives are run by fear-Building a business accelerator-Creating a spa inspirited workspace to support women's entrepreneurial goal-Felena's biggest challenge-How to stay focused-Expanding to multiple locations-The value of getting supported and the impact it has on the big picture-Getting out of your head-Finding communityThanks for listening. Please SHARE THIS EPISODE, TAG A FRIEND who needs to hear it, and SUBSCRIBE to The Dream Mason Podcast - so you don’t miss an episode! You can connect with Felena HansonWeb: https://herahub.comInstagram: @felenahanson & @herahubYou can connect with Alex Terranova here: Instagram:@InspirationalAlex Website: www.TheDreamMason.com Email: Alex@TheDreamMason.com Remember, You are a DreamMason®… Because Your Dreams Don’t Build Themselves.Alex Terranova is a DreamMason, the author of Fictional Authenticity, a Personal & Professional Performance Coach, and he Hosts The DreamMason Podcast, Flip the Lens & Co-Hosts The Coaching Show Podcast. He supports strong & successful high achievers to unmask convention, embrace the rebel within them, and more deeply explore the complex and agitated edges of our existence to create more clarity, freedom, and success.Alex has been featured on NBC, Fox, Focus TV’s Good Morning LaLa Land, NBC Radio, Elephant Journal, The University of Adversity Podcast, The Unleash Success Podcast, The Rising Man Podcast, The Sovereign Society Podcast, Love Living Radio, and an episode of The Villain Crusher.
Bridging the Gap Between Co Working Spaces and Virtual Assistants with Felena Hanson
Mission Matters Podcast with Adam Torres
Have you ever considered hiring a virtual assistant? Many business owners have wanted to go that route, but have no idea where to begin. In this episode, Adam Torres and Felena Hanson, Founder of Hera Hub, discuss how virtual assistants can become an integral part of any business. Follow Adam on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/askadamtorres/ for up to date information on book releases and tour schedule.Apply to be interviewed by Adam on our podcast:https://missionmatters.lpages.co/podcastguest/
Episode 157: Getting Comfortable With The Uncomfortable, with Felena Hanson
Ellevate Podcast: Conversations With Women Changing the Face of Business
Coming from a large family of eight siblings, Felena Hanson, founder of Hera Hub, knew she wanted to be a first generation college graduate when the opportunity presented itself. Taking her college degree and tapping into entrepreneurship, Felena shares her journey that led her to founding Hera Hub, how getting a college degree might be a subjective decision, and how entrepreneurs can set themselves for success with the power of a network. She also talks about the role men can play as allies, getting comfortable with being uncomfortable, and how everyone can have something to bring to the table.
033 - Building a Female Focused Business In a "Man's World" - With Felena Hanson
The Turning Lemons Into Lemonade Podcast
In this episode of Turning Lemons to Lemonade, you are going to hear from Felena Hanson. Felena is a serial entrepreneur who has run marketing agencies, been a professor, and most recently launched a number of companies such as Hera Hub, Hera Labs, and Hera Venture Summit. In Greek Mythology, Hera was the Queen of the Gods. Hera serves as the inspiration of the Hera Companies. I met Felena in 2011, just after I launched my second San Diego fitness studio. We were sitting at a networking event, chatting over wine, when she told me a bit more about what she was doing! Felena was launching her first Hera Hub women’s co-working space in Sorrento Valley San Diego, but was running into struggles locking down her location. Felena spoke a lot of some of her biggest struggles being a women who is building out brick and mortar locations, and dealing with landlords, contractors, and other very male dominated professions – and the fact that she was often marginalized as a woman! This truly fueled her push for even more resources for women who want to grow businesses of their own! As we chatted, Felena said that she had recently been asked if she had founded Hera Hub in response to the #MeToo movement. She explained that Hera Hub had been around for years. Although it is a women focused co-working space, they have men members. She described how Hera Hub was created so women could invite men to their table – and we could have needed dialogue about business. If you are a woman business owner in San Diego, you must visit Hera Hub. If you’ve been looking for a women’s co-working space in your town – maybe you’re the right person to launch one! Hera Hub is licensing new locations!
Felena Hanson - Zen Vibes from a Co-Working Pioneer (EP.14)
Opt Out Life
Starting a business can be scary. But what if you and your hot business idea could walk into an office, but it wasn’t like any office you’d ever been to before. The lights are soft. It smells like lavender. You notice a little zen music playing in the background. And someone says, “welcome to Hera Hub”. This episode's guest is the creator of that unique world, and her name is Felena Hanson. She was a pioneer in the world of coworking spaces, founding the female-focused Hera Hub in 2011. It not only provides a spa-like space for startups and entrepreneurs, but is a forum for mentoring and incubating ventures. We caught up with Felena as she spends her days doing what she loves: bringing people together, mentoring and teaching the next generation of entrepreneurs and “opt outers". So light a candle, and grab your robe and slippers. Here’s Felena. Full notes and more at optoutlife.com/podcast/felena-hanson Learn more and follow the hosts at optoutlife.com
Halfstack Highlights Ep. 47: Meet Felena Hanson of Hera Hub
The Make and Create Podcast
Women have had a long and arduous battle for rights and equality. Whether it be the right to have their voices heard in a vote or the ability to make an impact in the workforce, women have made it a point to establish they are a force to be reckoned with. In today's day and age, the idea of a single income household has become a distant memory. In most household's both individuals tend to be in--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/makeandcreate/support
In this episode, Tony interviews Felena Hanson of Hera Hub—one of the world's earliest and longest-running women-focused coworking space networks. With locations around the world and new initiatives on the horizon, Felena's story provides a valuable example as the trend of coworking spaces focused on women grows.
273: How to Be a Rebel, Reinvent and Thrive in Business with Felena Hanson
As Told By Nomads
Today's interview is with Felena Hanson. Felena is a long-time entrepreneur and marketing maven. She is the founder of Hera Hub, a spa-inspired shared workspace and community for female entrepreneurs with locations all over the world (and continuing to expand!) This as-needed, flexible work and meeting space provides a productive environment for growing businesses. The business supports hundreds of freelancers, entrepreneurs, and nonprofits in over 16 industry segments. Hera Hub was founded on the confidence that women are the future, and women will be responsible for the next wave of prosperity in the U.S. Hanson and Hera Hub have been featured in Inc. Magazine, BBC News, Forbes, and The New York Times.Hanson had her first taste of entrepreneurship when she was just eight years old. Since then her 20-year career has spanned from technology start-ups to digital marketing agencies, and her client list includes DirecTV, Epson, CNN, and Union Bank. She has been nominated for numerous awards and won the 2012 “Women Business Owner of the Year” award and the 2014 “Women Advocate of the Year” award. In 2014, she also won the “Small Business Champion of the Year” award.Felena is also the author of Flight Club - Rebel, Reinvent, and Thrive: How to Launch Your Dream Business, which provides tools and resources to women in every stage of launching their business, Hanson talked to me about the following: Her unique entrepreneurial journey to founding Hera HubWhat it means to “lean out” and why women need to do itHow to make the transition from fear to futureThe benefits of a co-working space over working from homeHow to discover your life’s purpose, and use it to start a passion-based business Resources Mentioned In The EpisodeHera Hub: https://herahub.com/Flight Club - Rebel, Reinvent, and Thrive: How to Launch Your Dream Business: https://www.amazon.com/Flight-Club-Reinvent-Thrive-Business/dp/0692674691Book Club: http://www.flightclub.community/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.