On the day her grandmother passed away, Tiffany Pham made a decision that changed the course of her life—promising that she’d follow the same mission as her grandmother and provide information and opportunities to as many people as possible. Spoiler alert: she kept that promise, and then some. Inspired by the TV show Gilmore Girls, she went to Yale (on a full scholarship, by the way) and then was the youngest graduate student at Harvard after seeing “Legally Blonde.” If that’s not enough, she had three side jobs leading her to bridge gaps between China and the US, and work with Hollywood stars. And then -- she founded Mogul, a hugely successful global platform and mobile app for women, and her very first post about her own broken heart attracted more than 10 million people to the site. Tiffany, in every way, is the embodiment of the idea of an Entreprenista. She joins Socialfly Co-Founder Courtney Spritzer in the MouthMedia Network studio for a conversation about building her business and career, and describes her journey to success. Plus, a surprise!
In this episode:
Why Tiffany often works 19 hours a day
How being a super-user of one’s own platform is so important
Why her team devotes 25% of the company’s budget goes toward development of its own people
The importance of kindness