Mother, spa owner.
If I could give my past self some advice, it would be to work smarter, not harder. That our struggles are meant to shape us and through failures we find our strengths.
My greatest business influence is my daughter. As a single mom I have learned that working for someone else was not going to fit our lifestyle. In striving to marry the 2 worlds, I found that self-employment allowed me to find that balance that I need to support her as a loving mother.
In addition to making a difference in the lives of my clients, I strive to connect with them in a way to go beyond the services I offer. Each of my clients has a story to tell, and I enjoy being part of that unbiased shoulder to lend them.
As the past shapes us all, I have learned that nothing stays the same. We are always being shaped by the years we live with the hopes of growing wiser, stronger, and more resilient.
As a small business owner, I need to stay competitive with other businesses, including large business. My best weapon is the ability to multitask and get things done. This allows me to supply my clients with everything I have to show them I can meet their needs.
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