& online business strategist.
Regardless of niche, the women and men that Kimra interviews are ripping up the rulebooks and creating their own success in a way that’s feels true to them.
Because that’s what it’s all about, right?
Creating a business and brand that feels like a true reflection of yourself.
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Kimra Luna is the last person you’d expect to become a millionaire, or to be profiled by The Huffington Post, Business Insider or Forbes.com. Born and raised on government assistance with no college education or business background -- aside from promoting and touring with punk rock bands -- Kimra looked for all the world like she would stay stuck squarely in a cycle of poverty.
After being out of regular employment for 4½ years, her husband eventually landed a job as a FedEx driver. With the desire to work but two kids to care for, they then decided she should use their tax refund to buy a computer to start an online business. Having never used an iMac before, she watched the many free online resources to teach herself not just how to use it, but how to leverage her new tech savvy to grow a profitable online business.
In just a few short years, she went from surviving on food stamps to growing her business using webinars and Facebook ads. Kimra was earning 5-figures a month from the beginning, and within three months, her husband was able to “retire” from his $25,000-a-year FedEx job.
At just 30 years old, Kimra has already earned in excess of two million dollars. Since launching her business in May of 2014, she has inspired over 90,000 people on her email list and in her online communities to start their own freedom-based businesses, teaching them the technical aspects of growing an online business, thanks to her philosophy of "throwing value around like confetti." Over-delivering to clients and customers, she says, is the key to growing a community of raving fans and avid buyers.
Kimra's Freedom Hackers Mastermind has become one of the top Facebook communities for networking and learning how to grow a successful online business. And her $2200 program, Be True, Brand You has over 1000 students enrolled.
Kimra is a happy wife and mother to 3 boys aged six and under. She lives in Hell’s Kitchen, New York City, and is obsessed with punk rock music, Doctor Who and delicious vegan cuisine.
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With her bright blue hair and punk rock style, Kimra Luna is probably the last person you’d expect to have become a millionaire, or to be profiled in The Huffington Post, Business Insider, Yahoo! or Forbes.com.
In a modern day “rags to riches” story, 30-year-old mother-of-three Kimra went from growing up on welfare to becoming a highly-sought after personal branding and social media expert -- earning over a million dollars in her first 18 months in business. She now leads a community of over 90,000 entrepreneurs.
Since starting her business in May 2014, she has been interviewed by some of the biggest names in the online business world including Gary Vaynerchuk, Pat Flynn and Lewis Howes. She speaks on topics such as social media marketing, personal branding, and how to create customers and clients that are raving fans.
I love speaking about entrepreneurship, online business and my life as a Freedom Hacker.
These are just some of the topics I’m passionate about:
Entrepreneurship: how I went from surviving on welfare to earning almost a million dollars in my first year of business
Living a Freedom Lifestyle: how I retired my husband from his 9-5 so we could create a successful business and unlimited income on our own terms
Million Dollar Mama: juggling motherhood with running a million dollar business
Social Media Marketing: how I harnessed the power of social to start my business and grow my community to over 30,000 members in little over a year
How to use Facebook Groups for Business: the importance of over-delivering to create a community of raving fans
Authenticity: the importance of being true to yourself if you want to get ahead in business and life
The Law of Attraction: how I truly believe that our thoughts manifest as things in our lives, and why I always knew I’d be successful - even when I had nothing.