From small beginnings come great things. Proverb
I got a card with this text from one of my acappella friends Laura Guy after having hosted a dinner for them 3 years ago. She is a great friend, talented singer, yogini, real estate agent, attorney and… entrepreneur with a passion for health and wellness. Now I am inviting you to take part of her new small beginning that I know will become a great thing.
My first interaction with it was when we met for coffee in November. “I baked brownies – try this”, she said, “it’s got a secret ingredient and you have to guess what it is. It doesn’t contain flour and it doesn’t contain sugar”. I had no chance of guessing. And it was one of my least favorites as a kid. But it was DELISIOUS!
At this very moment she is making the premier commercial batch of Healthy Cakes for first participation at the SF Underground Market tonight 5-11pm! Come and taste!
“OMG! This cake is perfection. It is moist, cakey, with just the right amount of sweetness and a nice thick layer of fudgy icing. I’m in heaven! Would not know it is low carb if you hadn’t told me. “~Michelle
What if the dessert below was healthy?
Do you see how this can revolutionize the way we eat and treat, become healthier and also open up for allowable sweets for diabetics and dieters. Sweet Victory with Healthy Cakes!
If you also want to become a fearless entrepreneur, you should check this link out: http://www.fearlessnessinc.com/fearlessentrepreneur.php
As Laura said: Planning is good, but doing is better. And obviously, it can go quicker than you might think!
Just do it!
I am very good at saying it, and promoting others, rather than doing it myself – at least I am doing this ;). One step at a time…
You have totally captured Laura in this post, Johanna. She is a Renaissance woman and a quintessential entrepreneur! Inspiring.
Thank you Starla for acknowledging that. It will be quite exciting to follow this venture!
I have heard a lot of positive things about you and your entrepreneurship program as well!