Dude. Here’s who we’ve got today. Check out this body of work as listed on BetsyWiersma.com:
Betsy Wiersma is a serial entrepreneur, author, global professional speaker and founder of the CampExperience Network, 5000+ women she has gathered for good. In her 20 years in Denver, she has started and led numerous creative charity support projects including the HOPE Bracelet Project for Project Mercy in Africa and her 13 year-old CampExperience Network. Betsy’s efforts have raised over $1 million for charitable causes in Colorado and around the globe. Her efforts and her dedication to helping women has earned her the prestigious 2018 Mile High United Way Frances Wisebart Jacobs Award for her philanthropy. In 2018 Betsy was chosen as one of the “Top Most Powerful Women in Colorado.”
I met Betsy through one of my favorite business colleagues Debbie Brown, President of the Colorado Business Roundtable, and Betsy and I hit it off immediately. On this week’s show, she takes me on a journey. She discusses why she’s a serial entrepreneur, how she became an in-demand public speaker all over the world, how she founded CampExperience, how she cares for herself in the endless whirring of activity that is the life of an entrepreneur, and a ton more. This is exactly the type of episode I needed at the moment, and I suspect you’ll get a ton out of it, too.