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Jodi Goodfellow: Fashion Forward

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!

The Story ExchangeJodi Goodfellow: Fashion Forward
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Jennifer Daly: Kinespirit

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.

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Cathy Key: Keynote Networks

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.

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Luisa Alberto: Sōw

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.

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Marja Toan: ZweetSport

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.

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Michele Fried: Adoption STAR

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.

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Tawanda Story: Better Days Adult Care Center

Better Days was started because of after 10 years of working as a geriatric nurse, I had finally had enough. I knew that seniors had worked too hard for too long and needed to be provided for in better ways.

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Jana Francis:

After 12 years in the corporate world, I was pulling out of my driveway after my third maternity leave ended, I knew I had to make a change to be financially free, and achieve a better work/life balance.

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