May McCarthy - Chief Empowerment Officer at Bizzultz and Author of The Path to Wealth: Seven Spiritual Steps for Financial Abundance
May McCarthy has founded and grown successful companies and she has worked for Fortune 500 companies like Johnson & Johnson and Boeing. Her companies include Scarlet Ribbon (a fashion show retailer with sixty weekly shows in the Northwest and franchises), LDNS (the first re-seller of telecommunications services to over 2,500 hospitals nationwide), Kallback (a family owned international telecom company with over one hundred thousand customers worldwide), Integrated Healthcare Systems (a pharmacy automation company), and PhACTs (a Pharmacy Inventory Management Solution for Health Systems). She is now running Bizzultz, a planning firm that works to accelerate business results for companies. May is an active angel investor and member of ZINO Society, Puget Sound Venture Club, and the Alliance of Angels. She advises start-ups through a variety of organizations including Seattle University, the Washington Technology Industry Association, and the Washington Biotechnology & Biomedical Association, and she is the Board Chairperson for Seattle University’s Innovation & Entrepreneurship Center.
Sean McCabe - Founder of Seanwes
Sean McCabe runs a brand called seanwes and it all started with hand lettering. He spent 9,000 hours practicing a skill, got to the point where I was working with large clients, charging five-figure rates, and selling physical products with my own designs and shipping out orders every single day. He decided to launch a course teaching people how to make a living as a hand lettering artist. It made six figures in the first three days! The next year, he did it again: Learn Lettering 2.0 also made six figures—this time in 26 hours. Sean has taught many different courses on varying topics related to business and repeatedly achieving five and six-figure launches again and again with his systematized approach. As much as he enjoys design, what he enjoys most is helping other people make a living from work that fulfills them.