One mom went from tragedy to breakthrough invention for women.
by Bobbi Miller-Moro
During these tough, almost brutal economic times it is easy to just operate from fear. Holding your money close, not taking risks, not starting new ventures or not following your dreams. However, something is happening at the deepest level for many people around the world; they are finding their strength and their most explosive creative forces are waiting to be uncovered. New start-up business and companies, mergers, new ventures are happening and it is exciting. If you are not at the forefront of this collective momentum, it is never too late. Your resources are limitless once you begin to look. One woman did just that, and Leatrice Naylor’s journey didn’t just start in the recession.
When one of her three daughters was discovered to have a golf ball sized tumor in her brain, her life changed instantly. Leatrice and her retired military husband gave their daughter everything they could to help recuperate her back to health after her emergency surgery. Through prayers and support she made a full recovery, but out of this harrowing and painful experience Leatrice discovered a solution to a simple, overlooked problem her daughter was having.
To relieve the experience of her daughter’s menstruation, she invented and developed a new product, Menzies. An attractive disposable panty, so no more ruined undergarments. Made with light, bio degradable fibers that easily dissolves into the earth once it is discarded it is a product who’s time has come. It has a built in pad for extra coverage, and makes for easy wear and coverage. Leatrice had no idea that this product would gain in popularity to the point that where she has been approached by the US Military, hospice centers, labor and delivery hospitals and an international manufacturer.
Out of her strong determination to see her invention go to market, she learned valuable lessons along the way. From how to get a patent attorney, distribution, manufacturing, marketing to pr. She learned the ins and outs of taking an idea to the shelves, all within the process of raising a family. This became a transformational journey for Leatrice, and she has seen first hand how many women and mothers have been in her shoes. Where they have so many ideas and don’t know where to start. She knows how difficult it can be especially right now when everything seems so economically impossible.
Leatrice’s daring attitude to venture into the world of manufacturing has also lead to the most natural and organic part of her realization of inspiring other women, she created “billionaire Moms…why not?” She thought of ‘Millionaire Moms’, but knew in this day and age, Billionaires are the new millionaires and to think really big. The “…why not?” part gives an elegant meaning to the dreams that is possible for everyone.
Leatrice is President of BAC Marketing and a degree in X and went X school, she wasn’t satisfied with the results until Menzies and “Billionaire Mom…Why Not?” was born.Out of overcoming her challenges, her story is heart felt and emotional and she began speaking in churches as a testament to the human spirit. Audiences responses were overwhelming, and from the heart, and they encouraged her to become a Motivational Speaker. And that’s exactly what she did. A mom of three from Northern Virginia, with a dream and a true harrowing story, she now is holding workshops nationwide for women’s organizations to teach women how to ‘manufacture their dream.’
In her women’s workshop, she covers Steps on how Leatrice went from her dream idea for a product, to manufacturing.
How she transitioned from working corporate to CEO.
How to protect and patent your idea.
Get hands-on materials to implement your ideas into reality.
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Her next event will be at the beautiful satellite campus of George Mason University Campus in Virginia. If you are interested in having Leatrice Naylor speak at your church, organization, women’s group or function go to http://TheBillionaireMom.com or info.TheBillionaireMom.com