Do you love dogs? Do you love fashion? Do you love supporting a good cause?
Then the episode of The Girl Inspired Project where I sit down and interview two thirds of Pearls For Pups Co, Jenna and Paige McMakin is just the episode for you.
These gals have the hearts of teachers and have astonished me with their hustle, tenacity, and passion to help homeless dogs. They came up with a business idea and ran with it. And now, to date, they have donated more than $60,000 to shelters and rescues in need and are growing exponentially day by day!
Hear all about how Pearls For Pups Co came to be, what they’ve got in store for 2019, their best advice to business owners, and way more by clicking on the player below.
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When you look up burn out in the dictionary, you may very well find my photo and name.
I’m not joking. If you don’t know my story, I used to work as a freelance makeup artist. Key word here, dear friends, is used to. I hustled so hard, took on so much, and never defined my success that I kept growing to the point that it was no longer sustainable.
I crashed hard. I burnt out completely. I closed my business. It was an incredibly tough season, and I’m here to tell you —I don’t want you to experience that.
On this, what I consider a very, very important episode, of The Girl Inspired Project, I talk sitting down and defining success in your life and business.
If you take a few moments to truly consider what success looks like your business and life, it will really help you to align your business goals, objectives, and motivations. It can help prevent burn out, saying yes to opportunities that don’t serve your business goals, and more.
To get the full scoop, hit play on the player below or find The Girl Inspired project on your favorite podcast listening platform.
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