In this exciting episode, Taylor Lindsay-Noel shares the strategies she used to grow her company into a thriving profitable company that was chosen to be on Oprah’s 2020 Favorite Things list. However, it wasn’t an easy journey. At the age of 14, the 2012 Olympic hopeful and member of Canada's national gymnastics team landed on her neck after a fall off the high bar during a routine. She was instantly paralyzed. Twelve years to the day of that accident, however, came an email she says turned her spirits around. Oprah Winfrey's team made it a point of duty in 2020 to celebrate Black lives and choose 50 Black-owned or Black-led businesses to be on the list.
Hear how Taylor grew her company Cup of Té, even though she doesn’t have an MBA or a background in business. Taylor shares some of her strategies in working with micro-influencers successfully and why they can be much more effective than larger influencers with millions of followers on social media. You don’t want to miss this heart-stirring episode!
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