Online business coach to help women down ‘lonely road’

Online business coach to help women down ‘lonely road’


A successful business coach, who has built a 20k following and taught more than 120 students across seven countries has hit the Coast, hoping to support women down what she describes as a “lonely road”.

Molly Kubes started Women Online Mastery in Business (Womb), an online group mentorship program, to help female entrepreneurs bring or start their businesses online nearly three years ago.

The business strategist has recently moved to the region and hopes to share her knowledge with local women.

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Mrs Kube’s own journey as a former yoga instructor inspired her business venture.

“I was a full time yoga teacher and I wasn’t making a really high income but I really loved what I did and I didn’t want to do something that I didn’t love for more money so decided to bring my business online,” she said.

Mrs Kubes gained the attention of other yoga instructors after achieving her annual income in six weeks and agreed to teach her strategies.

“So many other yoga teachers and leaders saw how fast I was growing, and they asked me to teach them,” she said.

“I never thought I would be a business coach, but I had so many people come to me that eventually I just surrendered and started teaching people and that’s how I birthed Womb.”

She said the Womb community is a space where women can support each other.

“It was a really lonely road for me while taking my business online, I didn’t meet a lot of women who were in online marketing or who were learning these strategies of how to build and online business,” she said.

“So, when I stepped into starting to teach other people how to build an online business, I wanted to create the community that I didn’t have when I got started.”

Molly Kubes runs Women Online Mastery in Business (Womb), an online group mentorship program. Picture: Supplied.

Molly Kubes runs Women Online Mastery in Business (Womb), an online group mentorship program. Picture: Supplied.

Womb now teaches over 120 students across seven countries.

“It has grown so much more than I could have ever imagined and it’s still growing and our students are doing way better than I did when I first got started,” she said.

“Our highest grossing student, who created an online course about tea, generated over $70,000 in a few months without a super massive following.”

Molly Kubes hopes to inspire Coast women to expand their business online. Picture: Supplied.

Molly Kubes hopes to inspire Coast women to expand their business online. Picture: Supplied.

Mrs Kubes offers a mini course for those interested in starting their online journey and hopes to run COVID safe in person networking events on the Coast.

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