Why One Entrepreneur Says Letting Go Leads to Success

Why One Entrepreneur Says Letting Go Leads to Success

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Sheena Mannina had struggled with her health throughout most of her early life. Severe menstrual cycles left her silently suffering and her adolescence was mired with medication varying from antibiotics to hormone therapy. When her health didn’t show any signs of improvement through doctor’s prescriptions, she decided to bypass their recommendations and seek alternative healing methods.

She started by exploring nutrition. She began researching juices, raw foods, and ...

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Why One Entrepreneur Wants to Change the Way Women Work

Why One Entrepreneur Wants to Change the Way Women Work

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Kate Gremillion, co-founder of Mavenly + Co. works alongside team members.

Some people are born entrepreneurs. They are energized by the risk and thrill of starting something new. They are attracted to the unforeseen challenges of starting a company. They are excited by experimenting, building and pivoting. Before they can even exhale a sigh of relief about a product launched or a vision fulfilled, they are ...

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Why One Successful Founder Takes a Holistic Approach to Entrepreneurship

Why One Successful Founder Takes a Holistic Approach to Entrepreneurship

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Brent McCrossen, founder/CEO of Audiosocket outside of his office in the Central Business District of New Orleans

In February 2016, Brent McCrossen was driving to the office after dropping his son off at school when he suddenly felt a distinctive pain in his chest. In that moment, he knew he had two choices. He could either drive directly to the hospital, or go to the office ...

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Six Ways to Help Struggling Entrepreneurs Get Through the Grind

Six Ways to Help Struggling Entrepreneurs Get Through the Grind

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Arielle Jordan at her home in the 6th Ward neighborhood of New Orleans. Photo: Karynn Verrett

Being a startup founder has a built-in, perceived image of glamour: the wild, overnight success that leads to dream houses, foreign cars, exotic vacations with superyachts and landing on the cover of Forbes.

While it might be natural to aspire for those things as entrepreneurs, the reality is that most ...

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Why One Entrepreneur Says Letting Go Leads to Success

Sheena Mannina had struggled with her health throughout most of her early life.

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Why One Entrepreneur Wants to Change the Way Women Work

Kate Gremillion, co-founder of Mavenly + Co. works alongside team members. Some people are born entrepreneurs. They are energized by the risk and thrill of starting something new.

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Why One Successful Founder Takes a Holistic Approach to Entrepreneurship

Brent McCrossen, founder/CEO of Audiosocket outside of his office in the Central Business District of New Orleans In February 2016, Brent McCrossen was driving to the office after

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Six Ways to Help Struggling Entrepreneurs Get Through the Grind

Arielle Jordan at her home in the 6th Ward neighborhood of New Orleans.

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It’s Time For Us to Talk About Entrepreneurship and Health

  This month on The Distillery we are examining one of the most difficult, yet least often discussed hardships of entrepreneurship: mental health.

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Why zlien Founder Scott Wolfe Wants to Grow More Than Just Revenue

zlien Founder and CEO Scott Wolfe at the company’s new office in the Lower Garden District of New Orleans Scott Wolfe is having pizza for lunch and talking about the latest

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Deconstructing the Dysfunctions of a Team

  Search for the essential elements for a successful business and you might find things like a detailed financial model, clearly defining your customer, or a solid proof of c

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Will Entrepreneurs Take on the Next Ten Years in New Orleans?

Rob Lalka, Director of Strategy and Partnerships at Propeller, a social innovation incubator in New Orleans.