Our community is comprised of some absolutely brilliant entrepreneurs and so we asked a few of them to tell us the story of how they came up with the ideas for their business.
Haley Hernandez | Dog Trainer
I began my business based on a need I saw in my community. During my time in Veterinary medicine I saw so many people go through heartbreak trying to save their pets, many of these cases could have been avoided if they had more accessible knowledge to training. When I got my first dog, I was told I would never be able to handle him and that I should re-home him. I refused to believe that was true, and worked to make our relationship better so that we could live a productive life together. After seeing the life we were able to live together I knew I had to do everything I could to give other people this life as well. Read more>>
Jason Wilson | Content Creator: Backyard BBQ
It was never my intention for Meat Therapy to become a business, I have a full-time job that I am passionate about. Respiratory Therapist by trade, I consider myself an above-average saver of lives and an average backyard BBQ’r. As a husband, father of three, Army Veteran, and proud healthcare professional- my cooks are my “therapy.” Read more>>
Haley Texada | Artist & Entrepreneur
During the day, drifting into a daze is very common for me. My attention span had always been very short before I began talking about, thinking about, or dreaming of doing something different. The difficult part of my daydreaming is that I eventually must snap back to reality. I let my conscious mind take over during the day, while my unconscious mind runs wild during my nights. Read more>>
Alysa Nguyen | I’m a full-time college student and a part-time Pharmacy Technician
I always love trying new food and sharing new spots with the people around me. I had a roommate who is already a food blogger and having my manager encouraging me to make a blog, it really gave me that pushed to create my food blog page. Food is a comfort zone for me and whenever I post my food places people always ask me about it, so why not make a page dedicate to all the food places I’ve been and share it with everyone! I genuinely enjoy doing it and it gives me the opporutinity to explore new places! Read more>>
Natalie Diaz | CEO Of Slayla
My story starts off very intense but to understand who we truly are as a company you must first understand the darkness we transitioned from. On April 18th, 2018, I would learn that my daughter Layla (age 1) passed away.
I was depressed and became suicidal. Read more>>
Lauren Roy-Toler | Owner & Creator of Daybreak Cannery
The idea of creating my canning business, in many ways has been cultivating in the background of my life off and on for several years… my husband is a very talented gardener, and I’ve canned our abundant bounty to extend the life and use of our produce for personal use and to share with friends. Canning started like many other projects in my life- I threw myself into it, figured it out as I went- and when I didn’t know something I found someone who did and would be willing to teach me; or I just kept trying until I got it right. Read more>>
Brandon Myles | Bubbler
Great question here. I am a father of two small boys. Will, 6 and Wyatt, 4. One spring day in 2019, I was looking for something fun to do with them. They had been cooped up in the house for way too long and needed more outdoor time. I thought about making them some bubbles. Typical me, go big or go home. So I thought about finding out how to make giant bubbles. I found a video on youtube and discovered the art of of giant bubble making. Read more>>