With the start of a new year, a lot of us tend to feel more refreshed and motivated to bring on new goals and often times, a new year resolution. But…as most of us know pretty well, the new goals and new year resolutions don’t last that long–in fact, most people who set these new goals tend to lose focus within the first few weeks of January.
I’ve never been one to necessarily set a new goal or resolution at the start of a new year for that specific reason–because they often don’t last and it’s focused only on accomplishing a goal, rather than an underlying purpose. I often get asked how I am consistently performing and executing my goals and I thought I’d share on this post my insights on goal setting and my strategic approaches to achieving the life I want to live.
Continue reading “Creating Goals for a Long-term Vision”
Starting my online business Elite Skate Wear at the age of seventeen was not something I ever expected to turn into what it has become today–one of the leading figure skating dress companies in the sport. From starting out on eBay in high school, creating my own eCommerce website during college, and scaling to wholesale opportunities in stores, I figured it’s time to share a little insight on how I began to scale my business from the age of 17 to 22.
It’s going to happen, because I am going to make it happen.
Continue reading “From 0 to 1: Scaling My Business”
Over the past ten days, I had the amazing privilege to travel to Europe for what I considered my post-graduation summer trip, although evidently very delayed! I started my vacation with a few days in Stockholm, Sweden, followed by a flight to Amsterdam, Netherlands and a final quick stop in Hamburg, Germany.
Fortunately, I had quite a few recommendations from personal friends, social following, and travel blogs on specific places to see in each city, so I thought I would compound my own little list to share on my recommendations after my ten day visit! Continue reading “A Personal Guide to Europe: Stockholm and Amsterdam”