What’s your biggest accomplishment? My biggest accomplishment would have to be starting Mae B. When I first started developing the idea no one fully believe in what I was wanting to bring to life and I internalized those feelings. Then I finally said you know what…who cares if anyone else believes in my idea… I do and things started to move in the right direction.
1. Planner 2. Post Its 3. Chanel business card holder 4. Way too many pens 5. Laptop 6. A variety of lip glosses, chap stick and lip stick.
What’s your biggest accomplishment? My biggest accomplishment is being able to live life by my own rules. I get to decide how ambitious I want to be. For example, with my PR business, fifteen media, if I want to offer a new service to my clients, then I can go ahead and do that. I don’t have to ask anyone permission, and that feels very freeing.
Rifle and Co Notebook, Elf Oil Blotting Sheets, Baggo Grocery Bag, Gold Pen, Tovicorrie Wallet, Advil, Portable Phone Charger, Hand Sanitizer, Sonia Kashuk Tinted Lip Chapstick, Pepper Spray (for safety).
What’s your biggest accomplishment? Biggest accomplishment so far, has to be closing my first business (web design), and taking the big scary leap to become an artist full time. I never thought it would be possible for me to work as a full time artist. It was unbelievably scary leaving a business that was doing very well to start a new one. Though I did do both for a little while, I felt like I couldn’t fully grow Parima if I was splitting my time. But now that I am in my second year, I am so glad I did. I am much less stressed, happier, and thoroughly enjoy every minute of it.
We are 6 days in to 2014 and I am very excited for everything that is on our agenda this year. One thing I want to do for the creative women small business owners is to establish focus on the basics for the next couple of weeks. Many times, we skip the basics and just go full steam ahead only to meet road blocks, obstacles and more. We don’t know how to tackle the simple “mundane” things because we did not take the time to learn them. ICB is here to the rescue.
This month has been one for the record books, if I do say so myself. I pushed past personal limits I never knew existed. It started off with me speaking at Texas Style Council in Austin, Texas. It was a wonderful experience. I learned a plethora of new knowledge, connected with amazing friends and blossomed a partnership for my business. Almost finished with third quarter once September starts, I am extremely proud of myself. I am more proud than when I launched Shop ICB or graduated from college.