Posts tagged self-employed
Transitioning from the Tech to Creative World with Enkrypt Los Angeles

With Los Angeles photographer and videographer, Enkrypt, we discuss picking up the camera for the first time, taking the scary leap from the tech world to self-employed artist, capturing the LA streets, the importance of failing, and more. 


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Dee Poku Spalding on Using Your Resources Wisely and Creating The Other Fest

Champion for women, Dee Poku Spalding wears many hats in the social entrepreneurship field. Co-Founder of the Women Inspiration Enterprise network and Founder of The Other Fest, a New York based conference giving a platform to women redefining business practices, Dee Poku shares her insight on taking advantage of your network, creating The Other Fest, and landing speakers like Naomi Campbell.

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Jersey City Culture Blogger, Lynn Hazan, on Creating a Platform

Entrepreneur, blogger, and founder of Jersey City culture blog, CHICPEAJC, Lynn Hazan created a platform not only for her city but, unexpectedly, for herself along the way too. With 20k Instagram followers and 60k visitors per month, Lynn shares with us how she left the corporate world just after two months from launching her blog and what the journey has been like since then. 

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Pushing the Boundaries of Comfort with Blogger and Self-love Enthusiast: Jes Baker

Jes Baker, otherwise known as The Militant Baker, is a mover and shaker of Tucson, Arizona, as well as of the status quo of body image. Public speaker, influencer, published author, and more, Baker is a self-love advocate with a strong and empowering voice. Baker tells us where it all started and what she's learned in her journeying.

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