We asked some of the city’s rising stars about why they think they have been so successful and we’ve shared their responses below.
Katie Braswell | Holistic Nutritionist & Yoga Teacher
From my years spent in the corporate world as a sales representative, I learned the importance of timely communication. Throughout my sales career, it was expected that my customers would receive follow-ups and answers within a few hours. That could be overwhelming and stressful at times, but I learned the value of communicating and delivering information to my customers. This is a practice that I’ve taken into my private functional nutrition practice. Read more>>
Adam Eaton | Next Door Photos – NoCo
There are so many strengths that can play into running a business and so many weaknesses that will play against you if you’re not aware of them. I have ample weaknesses, but thankfully some of these can be turned around in developing good habits. There are many habits that have added up and helped change my business and my life, but I’ll mention just a few here. The first is waking up early. For me, getting time in the morning to sit and be helps set up each day for success. To be awake before others’ needs start pulling at your consciousness, before emails start streaming in, before phones start buzzing, has truly become an essential in my life and in my work. Read more>>
Robb Moreira | Professional Voice Actor
The biggest habit that helped me succeed was taking any income I made from my business and immediately reinvesting it back into the business. I did this for the first 3 years and was able to have a professional broadcast studio in my home ready to contend with most professionals already working in the voice-over business. Read more>>
Natalie Ball | Esthetician
I think one of the most successful habits I’ve had is to be consistent. Of course when you first start a business you don’t have a large clientele and it’s also hard to get people to believe in you. However, even when I did have clients or business I consistently posted pictures and/or interesting facts to keep people interested in my social pages and to build their confidence in my work. Read more>>
Amelia Morse | Acting and Performance Coach
Note taking and using a paper planner. When I was 9 years old, my mom bought me an adult planner. Something that may seem a bit overbearing for a kid at that age, but it was perfect for me. She saw in me this need in me that I didn’t understand. I needed a place to track my school work to help me stay on task. I haven’t looked back since. Read more>>
Jason Thompson | 2x Published author, CEO of MyaTherapy and in the business of helping people live longer!
Habits can be interesting. Most people are not aware of their habits leading in from great to small ones. It’s often times the small habits that are the most important. I have found that breaking up with habits 1st is the key to allowing new and better habits to come in. (one door closes so another one can open) No habits just happen. The habits that have helped me the most are… 1. Consistently having a mentor in my life. Read more>>