Each week we ask some leading questions to an entrepreneur or business owner.
Here’s some of our favourite replies to … What is your fondest memory of something that happened in your business?
“The fondest memory I have in my business is when I got my first message from someone I didn’t know reaching out telling me that they had been following me for a while and that my posts, my messages, my story had been the beacon of light, hope and inspiration for them when they were going through a tough time in their life.
Even when you think you are spinning your wheels, keep showing up. You never know who is watching and whose life you may change today. Including your own.”
Sarah Kalmeta, Mindset Coach at Pivot Point, Co-Founder of Aveita Limited.
“It’s always about people.
– My first fire
– My first fall out with my biz partner
– My first hire
– My first big business deal
– My first investor”
Zac Chua, Founder and CEO of The Kettle Gourmet
“It’s not one specific memory but the collective memories of receiving feedback that my workshops or 1:1 coaching sessions were impactful and transformational.”
Neelu Kaur, Corporate Facilitator, Leadership & NLP Coach, Wellness & Stress Management Expert
“I have been fortunate enough to work in a highly creative, energetic, and entertaining industry. Every day we encounter different situations, meet exciting people, and get to play with ideas and projects.
But if I had to choose one memory, I would say that the process of revamping the LOUDER website was so much fun! I am so lucky to have a wonderful team that is very creative and agile, so even the most tedious work behind the scenes was smooth and entertaining.
In the end, the results were everything I expected; we were able to showcase all the fun elements of the LOUDER brand in a bold and impactful way. And now, our community and partners can get a very accurate visual example of what they can expect from our collaborations.”
Yamilette Cano, Founder of LOUDER Global