Entrepreneurship is not for the faint at heart

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Update: Kia Jarmon will speak November 2, 12-1pm as a part of the Colab lunch & learn series (230 4th Avenue North, 37219.  Need more info email info@mepragency.com) From as early as seven years old I can remember having a business.  I made jewelry and painted nails for the kids at the Boys and Girls Club.  It almost got me kicked out of the "club" but that probably made me sell harder and allowed me to see my influence rather than scaring me straight.  Fast forwarding twenty + years I have never forgotten my jewelry making experience and recently was at my parents house and found the untouched tackle box of beads, string, and enclosures.  I smiled and had a moment of self-reflection as I finally understood ME better.  I am Kia Jarmon, an entrepreneur.

I often consult with clients about running an effective business and share my experiences in an effort to keep them from making the same mistakes.  I am extremely candid about this journey and hope to share with those who have been called to serve as entrepreneurs and work to share with others how their support to an entrepreneur is priceless.

On November 2nd I will be speaking at my office (230 4th Avenue North, Nashville) about Entrepreneurship and I will host an open dialogue about working in vs. working on your business, personal branding, how to manage your social engagement, personal and professional balance, and much more.  This free session is a part of the Colab Lunch & Learn series.

Bring all your questions and join me for a candid conversation.  More information can be found here, http://bit.ly/qibz6s or you can email me directly at info@mepragency.com.

I can't wait to share with you!

--knj