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Ep. 136: Black Women's Womb Wellness

podcast December 31, 1969


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Real wealth is good health. Beatrice Dixon, founder of The Honey Pot Company, which sells a plant-based feminine hygiene line of products, shares her business story. The company’s products are sold in stores including Target, Walmart, and Whole Foods. If you have a goal of selling your products in retail, this episode is one you must hear. “If you force it and it’s not for you, it’s not going to work out.” -Koereyelle This Week on Confessions of a WERKaholic [1:59] Beatrice’s career path before The Honey Pot [5:01] What real life problem led Beatrice to creating her first product [5:41] The dream that changed her life [8:00] Beatrice shares her spiritual belief [9:15] This one thing will affect everything else in your life [16:50] The first step needed for retail success [20:20] What Beatrice wished she’d known beforehand [24:11] Why retail isn’t for the faint of heart [25:29] How she views getting into Target [29:51 ] Why you need to figure out what you’re good at doing Resources Mentioned: Werk University – http://werkuniversity.com The Honey Pot Company -https://thehoneypot.co/

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