The best writers, to me, are the best readers. I would encourage aspiring writers to read widely.
I had the pleasure of interviewing Dean Karnazes.
Dean Karnazes once ran 50 marathons, in 50 states, in 50 consecutive days. A world renowned ultramarathoner, he’s the recipient of the President’s Council on Sports, Fitness & Nutrition Lifetime Achievement Award and one of TIME magazine’s 100 Most Influential People in the World. A NY Times bestselling author, his latest book is titled, A Runner’s High.
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— Wake up every day, show up, work hard and if you fall, get up, try again and do better. Entrepreneurship is hard there is no way to “fake it.”
As a part of my series about strong female leaders, I had the pleasure of interviewing Deven McCarthy.
Deven McCarthy is a millennial entrepreneur with an expertise in lifestyle companies and public relations. She is the co-founder of Celebtees. additionally, she is a publicist with Illumination PR where she helps businesses and brands focus on visibility and voice. With contacts ranging from outlets such as The Today Show, The Real…
— Always leave time for yourself and enjoy the process and the moment.
I had the pleasure of interviewing Sekou Saunders.
Sekou Saunders, entrepreneur and CEO of “The Destination Club” was born and raised in Brooklyn, NY. As a child, Sekou loved sports and spending time with his father who was a talent manager, music agent, and quite the role model. Sekou later attended Georgia Southern University and shortly after, began working with his father where he followed his entrepreneurial footsteps.
Sekou’s love for travel began in his early twenties when he traveled to Japan with friends. He loved the…
Reverse engineer your success. You don’t need to reinvent the wheel. Take a look at the authors and books that you love. Dive into them. Figure out the cadence the author used, the format and the teachings. Then once you find a blueprint that you like, emulate it with your teachings and your stories.
I had the pleasure of interviewing Heather Monahan.
Heather Monahan is a best-selling author, keynote speaker, TedX speaker, podcast host and Board Member of Healthlynked Corporation. As a former C-suite executive in media, she was named one of the most Influential Women in Radio in 2017…
The number one thing I recommend to anyone and everyone is to learn to RESOURCE yourself, WITHIN yourself. You’re an electrical system, so you have to be willing to become intimate with your own energy flow. Your body’s an instrument. You’ve got to learn its tune and favorite melody so to speak. What this means is that as the world gets busier and busier, more pressure, more uncertainty, we interface with more people, places and things without ever leaving our hand held computer or phone. It means your energy is scattered and dissipating outward most of the time.
Mistakes are inevitable. Learn to take it on and learn from them.
As a part of my series about strong female leaders, I had the pleasure of interviewing Madeleine Balderson and Rhiannon Hall co-founders of sunless tanning skincare brand Luna Bronze.
Thank you so much for doing this with us! Can you tell us a story about what brought you to this specific career path?
M — Our Luna Bronze journey began when I was in the planning stages of my wedding. Months before the big day, my facialist noticed an abnormal mark on my skin and told me how…
Life is short. We think we have a long time to accomplish things, but life goes fast. Don’t just dream, do!
For my series on female founders, I had the pleasure of interviewing Judy Taylor.
Madison Avenue Couture is one of the most trusted independent online retailers of new and never worn Hermès handbags in the USA. As a former Wall Street executive, Judy Taylor, the CEO and founder is arguably one of the most respected authorities on luxury accessories and exotic skins. The brand provides a global concierge, guaranteed authenticity, and worldwide shipping.
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Success is a squiggly line-don’t be hard on yourself. Celebrate the small daily wins.
For my series on female founders, I had the pleasure of interviewing Jayran Zahedi. She has over 15 years’ experience in jewellery & accessories as a Buyer. Her last role was as Head of Buying Non-Clothing at ASOS. Sheworked for companies in Chicago, Paris & London. Left ASOS in 2017 to travel, take time out and slowly set up the business.
Her main goal in creating Pawnshop was to offer a modern-day catalogue of jewellery essentials past and present - combining vintage and sustainably sourced timeless…
When employees are aligned with strong cascading goals and objectives, teams are aligned on the mission and action at each level.
As a part of my series about strong female leaders, I had the pleasure of interviewing Rebecca Liebert, PPG executive vice president.
Rebecca Liebert is executive vice president, PPG. She joined the company in June 2018 and leads PPG’s global industrial, packaging, specialty coating materials and automotive OEM coatings businesses, including the company’s mobility initiatives. She also oversees the company’s Asia Pacific region and has functional responsibility for global procurement and industrial segment operations.
— Surround yourself with people who are aligned with your passion and purpose — and who are smarter than you!
I had the pleasure of interviewing Heather Haynes.
Heather Haynes began her artistic career in 1995 after studying Visual Arts at McMaster University in Hamilton, Canada. For 10 years she self-represented and worked intently to develop her practice. In 2005, she entered the gallery circuit and since then has had the opportunity to show work in galleries and exhibits throughout North America. Her specialty is mixed media art (acrylic paint, photographic images on paper and spray paint).
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I am an entrepreneur, publicist, journalist and event producer based in Sunny Florida. My passion is writing & giving back to others.