When Big Business Dries Up, Small Business Wins: Interview with Marilyn Narvarro
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Marilyn was a great interview. She's a mom and business owner who works with large and small businesses.
The Key Take-Aways For Me Are:
- Your business can look however you want it to. It's up to you create and decide with whom you work.
- Traditional networking business practices still work to help your business grow.
- Do what's good for your soul. You can feel her warmth as she talks. Happiness is...
We talked about so many different things:
- When the big market dried out, smaller markets win
- Re-tweaking services to help people
- Word of mouth has been biggest tool for selling the different packages and services
- If you think it's something I can't do, please give my card out anyway
- Pool of clients in trainers and early childhood
- Work that warms the soul
- Filled with highs and lows
- Don't get too comfortable
- Her mentors - Top level and all over
- The importance of collaborators
- How she does it - she's really good
- Genuinely can re-invent yourself
- Taking care of herself
- The trigger that lead to yearning
More From Marilyn
- What did you want to be when you grew up?
- I wanted to own an ice cream truck!
- What was your first job?
- cashier at Key Food Supermarket!
- What are your go-to books and apps?
- wouldn't say I have a go-to book or app. I have a small personal library and my favorite are poetry books and cultural themes.
- What are your favorite gifts to give?
- I enjoy making hand creams and scented candles and sell them seasonally. I also make a small stock to give them out as gifts on occasions.