When Toria was laid off from her “good job” from GE, she was devastated and depressed. After searching to find another job, her husband suggested she become an entrepreneur. Though she entered into entrepreneurship reluctantly, she felt it was the best decision for her at the time.

 

 

Today, Toria owns her own marketing consulting firm and has a culinary business for kids with her 10-year-old son, called Step Stool Chef. On this episode of the Support is Sexy podcast, we discuss nurturing the entrepreneurial spirit in your children, how to do what YOU’RE good at (and let go of the rest) and why Toria decided to start her business in the midst of a crisis.

 

 

Visit Step Stool Chef at stepstoolchef.com

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Pepsi

HatchVentureGroup.com

 

 

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[Music: “Time Flux” by Revolution Void]