Posts tagged entrepreneur
Preet Sohi on How to Overcome Gender Inequality in the Workplace

“A nail in the wall with one hammer” is synonymous with Preet Sohi. A woman of multiple trades and acquired skills ranging from modeling, acting, IT consulting and entrepreneurship. She is a woman that is motivated and passionate about empowering women socio-economically. A brave soul and dare devil, she knows all about exploring a male dominated world and she knows how to achieve success despite roadblocks and challenges. Explore her captivating journey below. 

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How to Bet on Yourself & Supply Your Own Yes: An intimate conversation with Reese Evans, Founder of Yes Supply

Reese Evans gave us an hour of her time to discuss how she learned to stand out and stand apart, how she stopped caring what naysayers think, what she thinks entrepreneurs and creatives could do to follow her path and so much more. That's when Yes Supply was born. In just a little over a year, Yes Supply has grown tremendously. With more than 16,600 followers on Instagram and a dedicated community of ambitious female creatives and entrepreneurs in her Yes Supply Collective, it's hard to believe that Reese just started.

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How Jordan Gill Created Systems That Truly Saves Her Life & Time  

The upbringing of moving around taught Jordan to be super flexible and adaptable to new situations. In her role as an entrepreneur – owner and operator of The Kolada Group, Jordan gets to use the skills learned in her upbringing to organize and simplify the lives of her clients.  Jordan recently shared with Pink Productions memories from her childhood, her influences in her journey as an entrepreneur and tips for business owners looking to gain more time in their busy schedules.  Hang on, there is a lot shared that will benefit entrepreneurs, influencers, and anyone that can't get everything done in the short 24 hours of the day.  

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Sabrina Wright on Architecting a Life You Love

A Southern belle by nature, Sabrina was raised with a solid foundation by entrepreneurial parents. At the age of 17, Sabrina left home and hit the streets of Atlanta learning some lifetime lessons. She became a mother and her daughter changed her life. She is now an author, serial entrepreneur, wife, and committed lifestyle architect that believes in helping people follow their passions.

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How a Single Mother Went from Struggling to Owning Several Businesses

Jessica Thompson is a true testament of never giving up, or as Beyonce’s grandmother would say turning lemons into lemonade. She never had plans to live in the United States and had a hard time making a living with an invalid immigration status. She started working in childcare as a means to survive and provide for her daughter and soon found a love for impacting children’s lives. Despite the odds, she now owns four childcare centers in the Houston area. 

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Rebecca Guillory on being a Teacherpreneur

Rebecca Guillory has found other outlets and new teaching mechanisms to enhance the learning gap for students struggling with literacy. Rebecca exhibits true admiration of having a great teacher in her younger years – which has inspired her to follow suit. Rebecca is a teacher who’s willing to still learn from others. Rebecca’s ultimate hope is to close the academic achievement gaps through her business, TutorMe Guillory.

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Victoria Hines Inspires Us to Keep Achieving

Life’s difficulties should not make you stop living. In fact, it should encourage you to live better, to live well, to aim for more and to achieve more. And, that is what Victoria intends to do. Victoria doesn’t let her fight with Lupus stop her. After being diagnosed and going through several body and lifestyle changes, she still plans to complete school and graduate with her second criminal justice degree. On top of that, she plans to expand her food truck business to multiple cities in the next few years. She believes her faith is stronger than Lupus and she refuses to give up.

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