What do you do when the success of your business model revolves around sharing food and drink in-person, and you’re not a restaurant? You get creative! Amy Mugica will let us in on how she tweaked her approach so that she can continue bringing the wine tasting experience to her customers. Bring your own glass!
Brave Vira Yoga was created by a warrior to build warriors, whose focus is not only to be an oak tree during difficult times, but also to prepare for those moments and enjoy the empowering experience of overcoming challenges. Founder Kelsie Cabrera joins us this week to talk about her business, and how she has stayed focused despite the challenges that have gone into the decision to close the studio doors while keeping doors to yoga wide open and available to all.
Shame and covering up, isolation, hiding, and feeling depressed. These are words that are often used in relation to scars, especially for women and girls. Nick Austin started We Are Not Broken to encourage and enable women and girls to proudly show their battle scars by redefining beauty.
Craig & Debbie Foster founded Job Seekers Network in 2008 to provide comprehensive job search programs and services, along with emotional and spiritual support to adults in order to facilitate their return to the workforce. Join us as we discuss how the free and nearly-free programs are helping the unemployed/underemployed in the greater Austin area.
Interview with Kay Briggs, owner of Pink Poppy Georgetown. In her boutique, Kay brings us made in the USA clothing, gifts, handbags, accessories, along with locally-produced apparel, jewelry, and art.
Must see for business owners! Lyria Charles, founder of Peak Performance Business Owners, is a Virtual Business Manager who works with 6 and 7 figure business owners who are ready to scale their business.
Sarah and her husband Mike have turned their residence into a retreat that has hosted all types of guests, including solitary travelers, family reunions, and corporate retreats. Quarantine has kept their doors closed, but that has not stopped them from giving to strangers.
Central Texas REALTORS® remain cautiously optimistic during COVID-19 pandemic
On Mondays, my videos focus on motivation. What is keeping you focused & disciplined? Ideas for being forgiving with you and your family/friends/colleagues and most importantly: your self.
If you’re new to the area, you may not yet know of the multitude of options at your fingertips. That’s where my friends at Capital Title have reached a hand out to help: they put together a nice, concise list of places to camp throughout all of central Texas.