Sharmin Prince

Welcome to my journey. I am Sharmin Prince, born and raised by one of the most resilient women in Georgetown, Guyana. I migrated to the United States at age 33 and have been here for the last 23 years. With that same resilience, I am determined to conquer the struggles and hurdles life has thrown my way. My creativity has enabled me to use these obstacles to drive me towards my goals and climb mountains to overcome hurdles blocking my path. This experience has given me a unique opportunity to help others. I am proud to say that I am an active listener, humanitarian, leader, and empath. I've developed my skills through education and work to get to where I am today, and I am dedicated to helping others every day. Over the past four years, I have been able to do all that I have done without major funding and continue to be creative in my process.

3 things you and your best clients have in common by Sharmin Prince

• Strong communication skills Effective communication is key to building and maintaining successful relationships, both personally and professionally. When my clients and I have a mutual understanding of expectations, goals, and progress, it leads to a more positive and productive partnership. • A willingness to collaborate and problem-solve It’s important …

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Which entrepreneur, living or dead, would you most like to have dinner with and why? by Sharmin Prince

I would most like to have dinner with Elon Musk because he is a highly innovative and visionary entrepreneur who has revolutionized several industries, including space exploration, electric cars, and renewable energy. I would love to hear more about his creative process and what drives him to pursue such ambitious …

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What is your number one hack for getting yourself motivated when things seem hopeless? by Sharmin Prince

My number one hack for getting motivated when things seem hopeless is to focus on the long-term goal and break it down into smaller, achievable steps. This helps me to remain focused on the end result and stay motivated despite the short-term setbacks. Additionally, it’s important for me to remind …

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What belief do you hold about your industry that is not shared by many? by Sharmin Prince

I believe that the nonprofit sector can be successful if it is able to access the resources of the private and public sectors and most importantly generate its own revenue. This can be done through a variety of methods, such as fundraising, corporate and private donations, and social entrepreneurship. Furthermore, …

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