I combined my many years experience in fashion design and garment construction with my love of shopping online and created an online custom dress boutique.
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People seem to accept disparity, without really being conscious of it. Our challenge is to help people see it, and demand more.
After spending more than 20,000 hours in-flight and 10 million miles around the world, I was inspired to create In-Flight Insider.
To create and cultivate local and international communities; to connect passionate artists and writers; to get practical experience editing and publishing a magazine.
I love creating a vision for my business and seeing that people are attracted to it and enjoying what I offer. I love that I see other professionals (peers) also interested in what I am creating and cheering me on as I do so.
I’m dyslexic and I found it hard to hide this problem in the workplace so I made my own workplace.
I wanted to provide a simple, easy-to-understand tool for kids and adults to discover their own brilliance – their unique learning styles.
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.
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.