Sara Davidson doesn’t lightly espouse a message of fearlessness in business.
And that’s why Davidson, the founder of Hello Fearless, is live broadcasting her jump off a cable car in Switzerland. Davidson is hoping to inspire other women around the world to conquer their fears not only with a live-streamed bungee jump — out of a cable car suspended 112 feet high — but also with her company’s Fearless to Core campaign.
Davidson wants her company to do more than help women build successful businesses; she wants to help them build successful lives. And she believes one of the best ways to do that is to model it for them.
“This is more than just a business for me,” Davidson said. “It’s about walking my talk and living a life that I’m wildly in love with.”
Davidson is first traveling to Eastern Europe to speak at Brain Bar Budapest, an entrepreneurial conference in early June. She plans to present a talk on unleashing the economic power of women as an essential component to changing the world. Her presentation will closely follow the principles and messaging contained in the Hello Fearless online educational programs, Boss School and Core Four.
“It’s more than just entrepreneurship,” Davidson said of her company’s focus. “It’s about personal growth and about helping women become unstoppable.”
The conference and campaign launch in Eastern Europe is a huge opportunity for international expansion of Hello Fearless’ Boss School, Davidson said. Connecting with potential partners and gaining perspective on global issues regarding women in entrepreneurship are added benefits, she added.
“[This trip] is us walking our talk,” Davidson said. “We believe that entrepreneurship is more than just building a successful company. It’s about building an extraordinary life.”