Andrea Joy Nussinow is a multi-passionate entrepreneur who does transformational coaching, motivational speaking and creative business and life consultations. She refers to herself as a creative idea “smithstress”. She is also a photographer, artist and horse trainer. Entrepreneur Interview Q & A 1. What is your business/Business Name? What does your business do? My business is called Andrea Joy Now. I do transformational coaching, motivational speaking, creative business and life consultations. I coach both with horses and without horses. I also sell my art and photographs. 2. Why did you get into this field? What opportunities did you see?
Debbie Jacobs is a positivity mindset Transformational Life Coach whose emphasis is on success and happiness. She’s been a certified workshop leader, and is currently pursuing certification from the Napoleon Hill Foundation. Debbie studies the many principles of universal law and teaches alignment as fundamental happiness practices. She also developed the “My Inner Voice” app for her training program. Entrepreneur Interview Q & A 1. What is your business/Business Name? What does your business do? My business is a coaching program called Empowering with Positivity. We focus on gaining control of the mind – taking the mind off autopilot and
As the owner of Rome Bodies, Susan-Jane Rome helps women gain personal and financial freedom. She focuses strongly on the importance of mindset and spirituality… Empowerment to uplift women, and the planet. Entrepreneur Interview Q & A 1. What is your business/Business Name? What does your business do? Rome Bodies, LLC. I focus on success and personal and financial freedom for women. Empowering women to make changes and do what they want, whether it’s body, mind, career, or relationships. It’s about self-empowering women. 2. Why did you get into this field? What opportunities did you see? When I started,
Alla Petcheniouk was born in Russia and grew up in Germany, then moved to the U.S. in 2010. She moved to NY in 2012 after a divorce, and began her spiritual journey. This is the point at which she considers her life to have truly started. . Entrepreneur Interview Q & A 1. What is your business/Business Name? What does your business do? Alla Loves is the name of my business. I’m a soul whisperer and spiritual guide. Currently I’m coaching clients 1:1, and I’m working on a meditation guide. I always said I’d never have a big program,
Stephanie Harris is the owner of Triangle Amusements, Inc., located in Holly Springs, NC. She has always had an entrepreneurial spirit and has finally found her niche with Triangle Amusements, Inc. Working Mom Interview Q & A , 1. Do you stay at home, work at home, or work-outside the home? I work outside of the home full time and I also have a part time job. 2. How many kids do you have? Three – 2 daughters and 1 son 3. What’s your go-to dinner during the week? Do you care to share a recipe? Pork chops in the
Krisha Young detests diets. An unapologetic food nerd, she turned her own life around by putting food before pharma, and going with her gut. Literally. Krisha created ‘The Method’ to reclaim, re-frame and tame the power of the plate. Her world is an insta-smug free zone. No kale was harmed in the writing of this bio… Entrepreneur Interview Q & A — 1. What is your business/Business Name? What does your business do? Once upon a time my business name was CoconutLime Nutrition, while that URL is still valid and I have thousands of business cards with that name, I
Pebbles Weitekamp is the founder and owner of Little Teether, a company focused on designing safe teething necklaces for babies that are also stylish for moms. Her desire to design much of her own wedding pieces led to her passion for fashion. Her success in designing for her wedding led to her selling handmade jewelry pieces on Etsy. This scaled to the launch of her own company, Little Teether. Entrepreneur Interview Q & A 1. What is your business/Business Name? What does your business do? Little Teether manufactures and retails non-toxic, food-grade, BPA-free teething necklaces. Our stylish jewelry is
Sarah Ramsden is a Personal Coach and Nutritionist who works with women who’ve won the battle with major health issues, but are left feeling like an impostor in their own life: out of place, everywhere they used to feel at home. Coached by a brain tumor survivor who’s been EXACTLY where they are, Sarah helps her clients stop wondering if they’re making the most of their second chance, and turn it into the most exciting and meaningful time of their life. Entrepreneur Interview Q & A — 1. What is your business/Business Name? What does your business do? Going through
Everyone will talk about how problems in the workplace abound for women in business: day-to-day discrimination, the fight to secure funding for endeavors they’re passionate about, and queen bees buzzing about waiting for other girls to succumb to burnout. Each workday is a statement against sexism and a delicate balancing act — one that every woman who’s made any headway in business has learned to take in stride. What no one will tell you is that when women entrepreneurs leave the office, the struggles don’t stop. They just follow us home. And no one ever tells you what happens there.
My perspective on leadership is somewhat different from most. Anyone can yell orders or coerce others into doing what they want through a variety of strategies. But there is one way that will lead you straight into people’s hearts forever, and it’s not for the weak of stomach. It’s leading with a servant’s heart. That means putting yourself out there and taking care of those you are leading. There are so many examples of it in literature, from the story of Jesus washing feet, to Mother Theresa, to the Dalai Lama. Showing up and doing the hard stuff. Digging the