Official Bio

Luisa Zhou is the creator of the Employee to Entrepreneur system, which teaches people how to leave their day job and start their own six-figure plus business working for themselves. She’s helped thousands of students, including health and business coaches, designers, copywriters, and consultants, to launch their own businesses that generate anywhere from 30K to 100K in less than a year. Her advice has been featured in numerous online and print publications including Forbes, Inc, Entrepreneur, Success magazine, and more.

A graduate of Princeton University, Luisa majored in electrical engineering and minored in robotics. Before starting her own business, she worked as an International Space Station engineer for Boeing, a mobile payments start-up co-founder, and a digital advertising manager. She lives in New York City with her husband.

A Few Places Luisa Has Been Featured

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Entrepreneur Magazine
Elite Daily
The Huffington Post


Don't quit your day job (yet)

Risk is Sexy; Success is Sexier




  • Luisa has an online following of over 50,000 people on Facebook and via her email list who look to her for support and guidance in starting their own businesses
  • She has taught over 500 students and counting
  • She’s helped her students make anywhere from 30K to 100K-plus in a matter of months

Discussion Topics:


  • Entrepreneurship
  • Turning your side hustle into a six-figure plus business
  • Growing and scaling a business (including marketing, sales, copy writing, and building an audience)
  • Creating automated systems for your business
  • Launching a course or group program

Discussion Topics:

Career & Lifestyle

  • Career change and reinvention (i.e., how to successfully transition industries)
  • Navigating your career (i.e., how to get a promotion, negotiate a higher salary, become a manager, and lead a team)
  • Becoming your own advocate (i.e., how to promote yourself and stand out -- even if you’re an introvert)
  • Overcoming fear and self doubt
  • Taking risks (even if you’re not a traditional “risk-taker”)
  • Reprogramming your mindset to accomplish your goals
  • Engineering your own success