Ultimate succes to me is achieving a balanced life where the business is prospering on its own, my family is healthy and happy, I’m healthy and happy, and my husband and I are happy in our careers and relationship.
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We put our hearts and souls into our creations and when we can make someone smile from wearing our charity jewels- that’s the biggest success we can ask for.
Kicking the big law firm life to the curb, and now being able to work remotely, whenever and wherever, in the world! Gaining this freedom is my biggest success!
It makes me happy every time I see new items posted on the website – because I realize that my idea is being utilized to help others Forward their Fashion and BE Fashion Forward!
I define success as being able to touch people’s lives in a meaningful and positive way. This encompasses clients feeling good about their bodies, and also teachers feeling good about their skills.
Success is creating win-win outcomes for everyone involved – our staff, clients, the company, our families, friends and the community. Working from a win-win ultimately creates strong and long-lasting relationships.
I started my company after breast cancer threw me into menopause with drenching night sweats.
After being a seamstress for 20+ years, I wanted to focus on how to better market and profit from my skills.
I started Sōw because I saw a lack of fresh juice options in my community. I wanted to showcase the beauty and simplicity of nature’s bounty and exalt it in the same way we do specialty coffee and artisanal cocktails.
A defining moment in my life was when I realize that I was not building my dreams. I decided it was time for a change and do something that I feel good about, look forward every day and also help others.
We are two best friends who decided that our wardrobes were suffering on the account of little, to no “REAL” hot yoga apparel. Thus, ZweetSport was born.
I became a passionate advocate for adoption after my husband and I adopted our first child 25 years ago. The cumbersome system, regimented experience and the unwelcoming agencies encouraged me to find a better way.
When I left my last full time position in 2008, I decided I had the skills, knowledge and contacts to build my own boutique recruiting agency.
We have always been interested in holistic living and there was never a question that our business would be in the holistic, organic realm.
I started Elevated Men’s Salon because I wanted to find a way to help strengthen and empower men.