Moms wear a lot of hats but our featured guest for this episode, Ginger Arboleda, wears more hats than most. She’s a blogger, social entrepreneur, product stylist, and makeup artist. On top that, she’s also a dog breeder and a certified yoga instructor. How she finds the time to do all these and still be a wonderful wife and attentive mother is nothing short of amazing! And she has no plans of stopping at all. She still has a lot of plans and businesses to give birth to.
What really caught our attention, however, is Ginger’s passion for helping aspiring entrepreneurs realize their dreams and build thriving businesses as a startup mentor under the Manila Workshops brand. She’s going to share this with all of us as well as her own entrepreneurial journey in this interview. Listen and share!
In this interview, Mike and Ginger discussed the following:
- What a serial entrepreneur is.
- The secrets behind the success of Manila Workshops.
- Ginger’s personal definition of success.
- The importance of establishing systems and processes in your business.
- How crucial conversations are in continuous learning.
- Business tools that you can use to be more productive.
- The role that online communities can play in your entrepreneurial journey.
- Why you should put your family and personal time in your calendar.
- What makes Ginger angry — (she actually used the word “gigil”)
- Ginger’s dream for the Filipinos and the Philippines.
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Here are some memorable quotes from Ginger and others that were mentioned in this episode.
- “Be genuine. Be remarkable. Be worth connecting with.” – Seth Godin
- “Live, Love, Laugh, Leave a Legacy.” – Stephen R. Covey
- We want to eliminate the concept that you can only learn from experts.
- Success is an emotion that you feel when you know that you’ve done something for yourself and the community.
- Try to intentionally learn something new every single day.
- Your calendar should reflect your priorities.
- If you have a clear vision or goal, then it’s easier for you to say no.
- What you do during the time you procrastinate is what you should be doing when you’re an adult.
What’s the one thing from this interview that inspires or empowers you to go further, faster? Share it in the comment section below!