Entrepreneurs Kate Butler and Snowe Saxman discuss the book, “Women Who Ignite.”

Entrepreneurs Kate Butler and Snowe Saxman discuss the book, “Women Who

Kate Butler decided to ignite her life after an unknown heart condition at 27 years old made her realize the regrets she had for not doing the things she wanted to do. After heart surgery, Butler had a new perspective and drive.

Butler took her professional life to a new level when she began writing her first book, “More than Mud”, and opening Kate Butler Books and Kate Butler Coaching companies.

Butler has now published her fifth book, “Women Who Ignite”, which was a collaborative project among many women. Butler proposed the idea of one book with 20 different stories from women of failure, success, and most importantly advice.

By collaborating, these 20 women could stand together and help other female entrepreneurs looking for guidance.

“My theme of my entire coaching business and my book is to ignite your life,” Butler said. “I really want people to show up for their lives I want people to ignite their lives. I want people to be in control of the life that they not only desire, but the life that they deserve.”

Snowe Saxman, success, wealth, and women’s expert was a millionaire by age 25 and bankrupt by age 35. One of the “Women Who Ignite” collaborators, she now focuses on money mindset, monetization, and mastering money.

“I was a millionaire by age 25 bankrupt by 35 and it all happened because of my wrong mindset and thinking around money,” Saxman said. “I can teach people how to create a business, how to create, manage and multiply money, but if our thinking isn’t the way it should be or if we haven’t renewed our minds then none of those things matter.”

Due to the success of “Women Who Ignite” Kate Butler, Snowe Saxman, and several other collaborators from the book will be in Philadelphia at Le Meridien Hotel Oct. 21 from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. and Oct. 22 from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., for an interactive conference.

If you go:
Le Meridien Hotel
1421 Arch Street
Oct. 21 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. Oct. 22 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.