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Meet Luisa Zhou, the creator of the ‘Employee to Entrepreneur System.’ She’s transforming people’s lives through helping them build their dream online business.

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Zhou is a dynamic young entrepreneur who today is considered one of the top teachers and coaches in the online world.

Especially nowadays, more and more people are realizing that it’s possible to live a life of their choosing. And to do so while doing work they enjoy. However, it’s not as simple as wanting it. Too many fail because they don’t have the right guidance or inspiration to get even close to their visions and goals.

Even those with the determination and motivation to become a successful entrepreneur often wait too long for the perfect opportunity…that unfortunately never comes.

That’s where Luisa Zhou comes in. Through her online education business, and especially her flagship course ,“Employee to Entrepreneur,” she has already transformed the lives of thousands of students by helping them create the business and life they want. And according to her, she’s just getting started.

Life took Zhou on one hell of a ride to get to where she is today. In the process, her experience in various companies, industries, and failed entrepreneurial attempts ultimately helped her realize her own potential and her power to help others fulfill their dreams through continued education.

Born to Chinese immigrant parents and hailing from Houston, Texas, Zhou grew up aspiring to the exact opposite of entrepreneurship: A steady 9-to-5 job. With that goal in mind, she followed a very traditional path. First, she completed her studies in Electrical Engineering from Princeton University. Then, she worked briefly as an engineer for the International Space Station. Chasing her own fulfillment, Zhou continued to pursue different jobs in different industries.

By the age of 25, she was already a six-figure earning, high-salaried manager at a digital advertising tech start-up, managing millions of dollars in business each year. However, Zhou felt she was still missing something.

Then, her personal and professional lives collided. Over the span of a year, all of her loved ones suffered life-threatening challenges. Her father was rushed to the ER for high-risk, emergency heart surgery. Her mother was diagnosed with cancer. And her sister almost lost her eyesight in a freak snowball accident. Not being able to take a year off of work to be with her loved ones finally gave Zhou the motivation she needed to start her first online business on the side. (In the hope that it would eventually allow her to replace her salary and create a life of more freedom and flexibility.)

A few years and failed attempts later, Zhou stumbled upon her first successful online business of teaching others the digital advertising skills that she had learned in her job. Within just four months, she had made more than 6-figures in sales, while still working full-time.

Only then, when her business had generated enough revenue to replace her salary, did Zhou turn in her notice. This is a point that Zhou emphasizes frequently: Minimize your risk and maximize your chances of success by staying at your job until your business can support you.

After turning in her notice, Zhou started getting questions about how she’d been able to build a business that replaced her salary. And how she’d been able to do it before she’d left her job. That’s when Zhou developed her Employee to Entrepreneur program and started teaching others to start their own profitable online business. So far, she has helped thousands of people in launching their businesses and making 30K to 100K (or more) in less than a year. (Thanks to the effectiveness of her program, and the subsequent testimonials and word-of-mouth referrals, her own business crossed over a million dollars in sales in its first year.)

According to Zhou, she has earned massive recognition in her industry because she has always focused on doing the “simple things that make a big difference.” She herself coached more than a thousand students through her Employee to Entrepreneur course in its four years, and used the experience she gained in doing so to make massive improvements to her course each time.  She also ran the program live for the first four years, showed up every day in the live support group, and answered questions personally. That allowed her to create what is now a comprehensive and robust self-study course with a detailed library of coaching call recordings and content that gives students everything they need to build their own online business.

What’s more, Zhou has consistently created valuable free content for over five years. That includes three to five emails every week to her email audience, monthly blog articles, regular Facebook live streams, weekly YouTube tutorials, and more.

As a result, Zhou has managed to build a combined audience of well over 100,000 people from all over the world across her email list and various social media channels. Thousands of whom have invested in and used her collection of courses to build and grow their own online business. All of this has also given her an unparalleled collection—in terms of quantity and quality—of student testimonials.

How does Zhou do it? According to her, it’s simple. (Which she’s careful to clarify is not the same thing as easy.) She teaches people how to create value in the world by leveraging their existing skills and knowledge to create their own online business. In turn, this allows her students to get paid for serving others, and in the process, build an amazing business and life for themselves.

Two things that have always kept Zhou motivated: (1) Teaching others and showing them how they can transform their own lives with the right knowledge, and (2) Inspiring people to take their first steps towards changing the world through creating their dream business and changing their own lives in the process.

Virginia has been a Journalist for 6 years. After working with leading newspapers, she decided to write for various online news platforms so that more and more people could read her pieces. She has been with California Herald for over a year now and claims we are her favorite website.

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