Tuesday, May 31, 2016
Today, I had the pleasure of speaking with an amazing entrepreneur, Patricia Smith, CEO and founder of Safe2Meet on the GenZ Podcast.
Here is our first interview:
[PAS] I have been a technology professional for the last 25 years. Over the last 3-4 years I’ve been running a web development and digital marketing company called Online Media Interactive. A colleague and I came up with the idea for Safe2Meet a couple of years ago and have been developing it ever since.
- Tell me about your career path and what led you to start an online business.
- · How will Safe2Meet change the way we interact online?
- · What would you say to aspiring entrepreneurs?
- · What is the best advice you’ve ever gotten?
- · Fun questions:
Learn more about Patricia Smith, CEO and founder of Safe2Meet.
Wednesday, May 25, 2016
Tuesday, May 24, 2016
Where's the neon green music?
A speaker in the greatest color ever invented: neon green! I think the world needs more neon green music. We have @thebeatles 'Yellow Submarine,' @eiffel65 with Blue, @taylorswift with Red...where's the neon green music? LOL. #bluetoothspeaker #neongreen #cool #music #speaker #fun #sound #happy #wow #love #yes #nice #woohooA photo posted by Morissa Schwartz (@morissa_schwartz) on
Adventure may hurt you but monotony will kill you...
Monday, May 23, 2016
I love love love these USBs from my friends at #USBFlashdrive . They are so awesome. Sleek, nice color, and they work perfectly. So excited about these.
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Thursday, May 19, 2016
It amazes me that only a decade ago, owning a business online was still a relatively new concept. What led you start an online business?
Phyllis: I was led to starting an online business after doing over a year's worth of research and finding out that they can be just as successful as running a storefront. Also, things are constantly changing and online shopping is becoming popular in terms of shopping. It is also convenient on so many levels!
You clearly are a fan of fashion. Is that what led you to open this online boutique? How does that influence your business?
Phyllis: Yes, I'm definitely a fan of fashion, but more importantly I'm a bigger fan of health and wellness. The biggest influential aspect of my business is that I get to educate women and girls on healthy skin products in addition to promoting a clean environment with my 100% Soy Candles. I then go a step farther and introduce them to my very own perfume called Resilience by PEH that has a soft, sensual and natural floral smell.
What is your personal philosophy on being a successful entrepreneur?
Phyllis: My philosophy on being a successful entrepreneur is to put GOD first. After that everything else will fall in place. We must dream it, believe it and achieve!! I'm living proof!!
Thanks for inspiring entrepreneurs everywhere, Phyllis!
Tuesday, May 17, 2016
Monday, May 16, 2016
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Saturday, May 14, 2016
Okay so these are flower hair accessories that don't actually smell like anything but that doesn't actually stop me. In all seriousness though these things are awesome. I wear them as headbands and with ponytails. Total 💖. #poponposy #flower #accessory #colorful #spring #fun #fashionlover #fashion #hairA photo posted by Morissa Schwartz (@morissa_schwartz) on
Thursday, May 12, 2016
Wednesday, May 11, 2016
What is your favorite TV graduation? Check out this NEW list of the top TV graduations by EW Community Contributors. Read the full list of top TV Graduations on EW’s Community.
“There were a couple of graduations on Greek, but season 4’s ceremony is the one that will always stick with me. Casey graduates along with the most of the other bigs at Cyprus-Rhodes University, and we are all left wondering how Rusty will deal without his big sis. I saw this show when I was still a high school student myself, and it prepared me for what college life would be like … or so I thought. Their graduation reminded me that it was almost my turn to start the college journey that I had just seen them finish.” —Morissa Schwartz
Filed under: Entertaintment Weekly Community, Media Appearances
Tuesday, May 10, 2016
Sunday, May 8, 2016
That is why I really admire the folks at Appy Builder, a platform that allows anyone at any age to design and build Android mobile apps, even with no coding skills. Platforms like this are amazing steps in the right direction for the future of creating new tech.
Check out Appy Builder's Facebook and watch this video on what they do:
Tuesday, May 3, 2016
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