Suzy Batiz is the founder, creator and CEO of Poo~Pourri and Supernatural cleaning supplies. She's created an enterprise that's worth over $500 million and made Forbes' America's Richest Self-Made Women list without borrowing a dime or raising a single dollar of outside funding.
<p>On this week's episode of Behind Her Empire<em>, </em>hear how success didn't come easy for her. Suzy experienced some of life's lowest lows — poverty, sexual and domestic abuse, depression, two bankruptcies and a suicide attempt — which led to what she calls the luxury of losing everything. Her journey led her to building businesses that only made her feel alive. </p><p>Her newest project, <a href="https://aliveos.suzybatiz.com/" target="_blank">ALIVE OS</a>, aims to teach others how to recognize "alive" ideas by "tuning into their intuition" and diving into their creativity to "achieve a naturally abundant flow state in life and business."</p><p><em>Want more? Subscribe to Behind Her Empire on <a href="https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/behind-her-empire" target="_blank">Stitcher</a>, <a href="https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/behind-her-empire/id1514068478" target="_blank">Apple Podcasts</a>, <a href="https://open.spotify.com/show/6hn08EnS8Vh3RLMZVqpjyM?si=XTfbhXDkS3mnoJourSTk4g" target="_blank">Spotify</a> <a href="https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-behind-her-empire-63368006/" target="_blank">iHeart Radio</a> or wherever you get your podcasts.</em></p>
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