This is her story and her insight into what makes a successful expat entrepreneur. She has a more holistic approach to entrepreneurship and I think the lesson I learnt from this episode was that we don’t always have to have our foot on the gas and be ‘go go go’ We do need to take a step back now and again and trust that a solution will be found. Constantly working and pushing forward can be counterproductive. The second ‘take away’ was that you would think nutrition and entrepreneurship would be quite different subjects but actually there is a similarities and a correlation between them that I never thought about before. That relationship was brought to light in this interview with Laura Holland. Her specialty is nutrition, well-being and weigh loss. All of which are goals we have at some point in our life. They all aim to be us feel lighter, feel better and more in control of our health. As an entrepreneur we aim for success, read more
He is now well known internationally as the 'Global Twitter Marketing Specialist' and I had the honour once again to have a chat about the social platforms or the 'Awesome 8' as he likes to refer to them. We all like things in bite size informational pieces these days so Keith has done that for us here with a kind of 'roundup' of the tools and some stats and examples around them to help simplify them in our heads..... take it away Keith...
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Do you worry if you are getting paid what you worth? Do you understand why it could possibly be like that? Do you know how to overcome this issue? Annemarie Cross, Money, Marketing and Mindset Business Coach can help. Annemarie has figured out the formula to get paid what we are worth. You have to listen to this. Stop Self sabotaging yourself and get a pen and paper because this was an eye opening podcast this was. Lots of 'Take aways' from this one, with a lot of head bobbing as I could see what Annemarie was saying. I have more clarity now about a few areas I need to change in my life and in my work. Who knew, a money mindset could impact us so profoundly! Even if you don't have clients and you 'self sabotage' yourself when it comes to your relationship to money this episode will help. Its AWESOME!!!
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Rasha Hamdan is a lady on a mission and a leading entrepreneur from Jordan. She is the Founder of Yislamoo. A business that creates greeting cards in Arabic. "Yislamoo" is an elaborate way of saying thank you in Arabic. It translates to a prayer: “may you be safe from harm”, which is the individual’s way of returning the favor or gift on spot. Yislamoo celebrates the beauty of contemporary Arabic culture and language prevalent throughout all major holidays and occasions.
Yislamoo is dedicated to enhancing social correspondence by helping loved ones, friends, families and colleagues celebrate important holidays and everyday occasions throughout our region, in their own language and their own skin.
Their first edition of greeting cards was produced à la postcard style as an initiative to preserve the earth’s natural resources by using less paper.
Their newly added free e-card collection is a step further to bring people closer to one another by reaching out in any time or occasion to show someone how special they really are.
This is Rasha's story and her take on succeeding as an entrepreneur. No journey is easy but if you stay focused, remain persistent you can achieve your best and overcome your challenges.
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