entrepreneuship

Jenny Davenport
Last week, the seven of us, all seven Entrepreneurs in this Bootcamp, respectfully, in awe, went before “The Panel”.
Jenny Davenport
We each presented our third and final Retrospective, updating and wrapping up all of our Entrepreneur Bootcamp hard work and learning and applying it to our businesses.
Jenny Davenport
Readers, we are nearing the end of bootcamp!
Jenny Davenport
We are heading up into the end of second trimester!
Jenny Davenport
If we didn’t understand before the depth and magnitude of how “Real Life” could affect a seemingly paper-bound business plan
Jenny Davenport
Welcome back, Readers. Here is the Jenny-Spin on the week we just completed as part of the RMMFI Entrepreneur Bootcamp
Jenny Davenport
Hi, Jenny again. “Mrs. Davenport” of Mrs. Davenport’s Sweet Potato Pies
Jenny Davenport
OK, RMMFI Followers, this is Jenny again, a little intrigued and a little energized by what has happened for the seven of us over this past week in the RMMFI Boot Camp for entrepreneurs
Brenda RMMFI Image.jpg
Hi. My name is Jenny and I’d like to bring you along on my entrepreneurial journey that will kickstart the next phase of my family’s life.
Anita Rhee
Anita Rhee credits a scone baking class at a church event for inspiring her plunge into entrepreneurship. After moving to Hawaii from the East Coast in 2004, the career pharmacist turned full-time mother was weighing second-career options after the kids were grown. She thought of teaching or returning to work as a pharmacist – but memories of the baking class brought back fond childhood memories of afternoon tea and pastries.
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