Maartje van Bedaf does it all: She churns cream into gelato, chats with customers, and handles the marketing for the family businesses Cows and Co Creamery and Duchessa Gelato. Maartje shares the importance of a strong support system, and how women are the backbone of the dairy farm.
Dr. Wasifa Ahmad Hasan certainly did not take the usual road to becoming a beauty influencer (if there even is such a thing?) In this post, she shares about her switch from dentistry to blogging, the importance of being patient with people living with chronic illness, and why women should team up in 2021.
Brittany Anton made quite the wardrobe change when she went from selling bridal gowns to t-shirts. Now she works with an entirely different clientele, but they haven’t stopped inspiring her, and even though she’s the boss, she’s still just a part of the team.
With a last name like hers, Jenna Leadbetter was destined for leadership. At just 31, she became the District Superintendent and now educators twenty years her senior look to her for inspiration and direction. She talks with us about being the youngest person in the room, ditching law school, and why she carries around a list of people who inspire her.
Two days before having to shut down due to COVID-19 restrictions, Sara Mozingo bought out her business partner. It was inconvenient timing, but Sara is first and foremost a coach who looks out for her team. She spoke with us about keeping her fitness center afloat during COVID, how to stay healthy amidst a global pandemic, and the importance of finding a really good coach, or two, or three.
Bookstore manager and newspaper columnist Josie Danz shares about the heightened importance of shopping local, her absolute must-read book right now, and the most important meal of the day.
Nikki Berglund has been around the wine and food business her entire life, but had never experienced anything quite like the last several months. In this interview, she shares about being an assertive woman in North Dakota, finding nourishment in unexpected places, and putting people over profit.
Bethany Berkeley is the proud owner of Dale Carnegie, a training program dedicated to improving businesses and individuals by looking within. In this interview, she shares about self care, soul sisters, and the role of vulnerability in business.