Myrtha Dubois knows all too well about life’s interruptions, such as feeling stuck, being overwhelmed, confused, frustrated, and running out of time. Time and time again, she rose to every interruption with three guides.
Entrepreneur Interview – Janice Chaka
Janice is the founder of The Career Introvert. She has made it her mission to dispel the negative myths about introversion while helping introverts get the most out of their careers and businesses.
Entrepreneur Interview – Hansi Schmidt
Hansi is the president of relaxation4.me, a little publisher of grown-up coloring books for relaxation. He calls himself a student of life and studies everything he is interested in. He eats organic raw vegan, and health – physical as well mental – is very important to him.
Entrepreneur Interview – Zerah Capili
Zerah Capili works as a Creative Coordinator for Hope for the Heart and Soul Foundation, a NGO-based company that introduces underprivileged children to arts and crafts. She also handles her own business called “Sapinsapin Tanzan”, which sells mostly handmade products and features different quirky knick-knacks.
Entrepreneur Interview – Zofia Rennea Morales
Zofia Rennea Morales is a scientific muggle turned sensible mystic and transformation alchemist. She helps women move through extreme life changes, reprogram the frustrating cycles out and replace them with grace and ease around men, money, and health
Entrepreneur Interview – Rebie Ramoso
Rebie Ramoso is a co-founder of Quarkus, a social enterprise and product design studio. Rebie, with the help of her team, celebrates the ingenuity and craftsmanship of Filipino artisans through innovative bags and accessories and provides them with opportunities to have a more sustainable income.
Entrepreneur Interview – Juliette Kwee
Juliette is an active, energetic person with a background in social psychology and an interest in sustainability and making positive changes in the world. She started with the social enterprise World Experience Philippines, which Smokey Tours is a part of.
Entrepreneur Interview – April Buchanan
April Buchanan founded The Perky Lady in 2015 and since then has transformed the lives of hundreds of women through great fitting underthings enabling them to magnify the beautiful and confident woman within. An advocate for body positivity, avid lingerie and lifestyle blogger, entrepreneur, former copper, stepmom, dog wrangler, lingerie enthusiast, and “natural” redhead.
Entrepreneur Interview – Clyde Prestowitz
Clyde Prestowitz is the founder and president of The Economic Strategy Institute. This is a global think tank that deals with issues of global trade, investment, and security. Previously he was Counselor to the U.S. Secretary of Commerce, Chairman of President Clinton’s Commission on Trade and Investment in Asia, a member Intel’s Advisory Board, and an advisor to many leading CEOs and governments. He is the author of seven best selling books and speaks six languages.
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Why Your Business Should Be Involved With the Local Community
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