The Accidental Entrepreneur

rae_0040-copy3 I would be considered “an accidental entrepreneur”. I never had a thought of becoming  an entrepreneur. As a matter of fact, I was raised by two factory workers who impressed  upon me to go to school…and get a job with a great company where I could spend  twenty-five or thirty years and retired with my pension.

Sounds great, doesn’t it?

However when my youngest son, Christopher was born, my then husband and I made  the decision that I would go back to work. You see I was the primary breadwinner.  Well…one day I went to pick Christopher up from the daycare only to find that his lip  was busted and his face was bruised and keep in mind he was only six months old.

 Defining Moment

That was the moment that I “decided” to become an entrepreneur and now almost 23 years later I am more clear than ever that I am un-employable and I could never work  for anyone. Although committed…I must say that the road to entrepreneurship wasn’t an easy journey to find.  And over the past two decades I am even more clearer that everyone is not cut out to be their own boss, which is why I am super committed to helping organizations create winning entrepreneurial cultures so they can keep rockstar employees who want to own their job without worrying about all of the challenges for being a CEO/small business owners.

Here is just a little more about my background:

Rae Majors-Wildman is an award-winning business strategist, sought after speaker, best-selling author and CEO/President of Rae Majors-Wildman International.

Rae graduated with honors with her degree in Counseling Psychology and has received certification and mentorship from some of the best business leaders in the U.S. – from Brian Buffini, Tony Robbins and John Assaraf to Chet Holmes (who was responsible for doubling seven divisions of Warren Buffet’s partner Charlie Munger). It is no wonder why her clients get RESULTS.

With over 20,000 coaching hours under her belt, Rae has successfully coached and trained every business from startup at the ground-level to Fortune 100 companies.  Some of the companies impacted by RMW International includes Microsoft, T-Mobile, 5/3 Bank, City of Santa Ana, Wells Fargo, Re/Max, Oklahoma Gas and Electric and BEI Networks, just to name a few.

Rae is committed to helping companies who struggle with attracting and retaining top employees.  She solves their problem by taking a G.P.S. approach to developing emerging and the next generation of leaders.

She is the author of The Juggling Act: A Step by Step Guide to Balancing Your Business and Your Life and  “The Corporate Exodus: How America’s Top Companies Attract and Develop their Next Generation of Leaders…(and keep them from leaving!)

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