Julia Pimsleur has a big goal: to help one million women entrepreneurs individually reach $1 million in revenue by 2020.
Pimsleur has built her own seven-figure business, Little Pim, which focuses on language courses for children. She has raised more than $26 million in non-profit and for-profit dollars to date.
In her book "Million Dollar Women," she shares advice she learned along the way, as well as from interviewing dozens of businesses most successful women, including big names, such as Carla Harris of Morgan Stanley.
"We all agree that everything you need to run a big successful business really falls into three categories," Pimsleur tells CNBC.