Looking back at this blog I can see that I have a real passion for entrepreneurship. It’s ironic because in my businesses classes in university I never took one entrepreneurial class. I saw myself working in a tower climbing the ladder. Wow, how things change.
I really really enjoy both speaking with entrepreneurs to see what they have to say and supporting others in their entrepreneurial pursuits. I’ve had the great fortune to speak with some fantastic people over the years, and the thought of those words of wisdom gathering dust made me feel a little sad.
So, I’ve decided to go back and list the interviews below. They are insightful, inspiring and fascinating. I encourage you to check them out.
Little Citizens – Jenny White gives us her tips for being an entrepreneurial mother and running a clothing company.
Melanie Lambrick Illustration – Melanie Lambrick gives us the lowdown on being an illustrator.
Citizen Vintage – Lara Kaluza and Becky Emlaw let us in on running a vintage store.
General 54 – Jennifer Glasgow on what it’s like being your own boss and getting into the creative field.
Titania Inglis – Titania on just how to become a fashion designer.
Pilar Agueci Artist Goldsmith – Pilar Agueci tells us about her inspiration and how being a mom inspires her.
Match My Child – Joanie Grégoire let’s us know about misconceptions about entrepreneurship and her tips to start out.
Foxy Originals – Jennifer Ger let’s us in on why they are a Canadian success story and their tips.
ELUCX – Duyen Nguyen tells us her tips for mothers who may be thinking about starting their own business.
So Meow – Sonia Roy gives us her tips, long term vision and misconceptions about being an illustrator and entrepreneur.
Olive Branch & Co – Melissa Chan tells us about being a creative entrepreneur.
Boucle & Papier – Jessyca Houle tells us about her biggest lesson and what it’s like running a paper store.
Poppy Barley – Kendall and Justine Barber tells us everything about running a successful business including their best piece of advice and three things to consider before opening a business.
The Angry Weather – Iveth Morales let’s us know about being an entrepreneurial mother.
I also do Family & Newborn Lifestyle Photography in a relaxed natural-light setting.