Dr. Ashley Little is a woman on the move. She is building tables and pulling out the chairs so that others can have a seat at the table.
Little is an award-winning serial entrepreneur, TV/radio host, speaker, philanthropist, business coach, investor, and 8X bestselling author. She’s the founder and CEO of Ashley Little Enterprises L.L.C., which encompasses her media, consulting work, writing, ghost writing, book publishing, book coaching, project management, public relations and marketing, and empowerment speaking.
Sitting and speaking with Ashley was a breath of fresh air. She is the definition of grace on display.
Why was it important for you to create your seat at the table in an already saturated market?
It was so imperative for me as a millennial to create my seat at the table because I wanted to create legacy for my future family and the generations behind me. Generational wealth is key. Nobody is going to give us anything in life. We have to take it by force and build our own table.
Why do you like inviting others to take a seat at your table?
A true and successful leader is one who reaches back and pulls forward. It is important for us as leaders to invite like-minded people to our tables. If you are not helping others find a better way, then you are not doing anything. I’m thankful for the opportunities that I have been able to afford to others without looking for anything in return. My attitude is “How can I serve others? How can I help this person get to the next level without any hidden agendas?”
What do you say to those who say you are doing “too much?”
My response is “I can do more.” We have to ignore the distractions and stay focused. We can all WIN! Plus, how can one tell you what’s too much for you. Success looks different for each person.
What mantra do you live by?
There’s room for all of us at the table.
Dr. Jessica Mosley is a serial entrepreneur who loves teaching fellow CEO women how to show up in their truth & power. As Steward Owner of MizCEO Entrepreneurial Media Brand, Sovereign Care Home Care, Sovereign Care Medical Training Center, and Deborah’s Place for Battered Women, Jessica is busy making moves that impact her community & those connected to her.