Are you more apt to wade into shallow water than to dive deep into the sea? Sometimes we must—must – push ourselves in order to transform into the person we are supposed to be. We all have a personal journey that is ours alone.
My guest today has navigated her own personal journey through waters of many depths. She knows only too well when and why to step into deeper waters.
Join me and Rachel Graham as we delve into her mission of helping educate people about overcoming huge obstacles to find real meaning and purpose in their lives.
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Here at Coffee with Claire, we celebrate the entrepreneurial spirit. And today, our guests demonstrate how collaboration and the bringing together two totally opposite ends of the business spectrum is the perfect combination to help newly formed companies or re-designed businesses create a strong professional footprint, while staying true to their individual entrepreneurial spirits.
Stay tuned and learn how bringing two very different worlds together has found the crossroads of the soft skills of creativity and the “hard” skills of programming have created the perfect combination for success!
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