31 min

Using Other People's Doubts to Fuel Your Own Success with Kara Goldin Coffee N° 5 with Lara Schmoisman

    • Entrepreneurship

Kara Goldin is a big believer in not taking “no” for an answer. For her, the question that follows is, “Why not?” And this is part of what drove her to found Hint Water, now a popular brand sharing shelves in supermarkets next to other major players in the beverage industry. 
Kara initially got the idea for Hint Water after she decided to cut out Diet Coke, which she had been drinking since she was in high school. It was hard to do, she said, but she noticed a lot of changes. She says she lost 24 pounds in two and a half weeks. And her skin, which had acne, was starting to clear up. But compared to Diet Coke, water was boring! People want something with more to it. And Kara wanted to provide them with that healthy but tasty alternative. So Kara decided to do something about it, and Hint Water was born. 
She faced many obstacles along the way, including the fact that this was not an industry she was familiar with, and there were naysayers telling her she couldn’t make drinks with real fruit but no preservatives. Yet she proved them wrong, all while pregnant with her fourth child!
In this episode, we talk about Kara’s inspirations, struggles, and what’s needed to start a company from scratch. Learn what Hint almost was called, how Kara’s husband came to join the company, and how her business helped shape her kids’ outlooks and mindsets.

What you’ll learn: 
How Hint Water got started Marketing of diet drinksWhat’s needed to start a companySacrifices in business Women in business Exacting change and how the next generations are thinking in new waysEncouraging an entrepreneurial mindset in kidsSurrounding yourself with people you can learn fromNot taking “no” for an answerHow the name Hint came to be
To learn more about Kara check out her Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn 
Also, you can see her website here 


Follow our host Lara Schmoisman on social media:
 Instagram: @laraschmoisman
Facebook: @LaraSchmoisman
LinkedIn: @laraschmoisman
Twitter: @LaraSchmoisman


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Kara Goldin is a big believer in not taking “no” for an answer. For her, the question that follows is, “Why not?” And this is part of what drove her to found Hint Water, now a popular brand sharing shelves in supermarkets next to other major players in the beverage industry. 
Kara initially got the idea for Hint Water after she decided to cut out Diet Coke, which she had been drinking since she was in high school. It was hard to do, she said, but she noticed a lot of changes. She says she lost 24 pounds in two and a half weeks. And her skin, which had acne, was starting to clear up. But compared to Diet Coke, water was boring! People want something with more to it. And Kara wanted to provide them with that healthy but tasty alternative. So Kara decided to do something about it, and Hint Water was born. 
She faced many obstacles along the way, including the fact that this was not an industry she was familiar with, and there were naysayers telling her she couldn’t make drinks with real fruit but no preservatives. Yet she proved them wrong, all while pregnant with her fourth child!
In this episode, we talk about Kara’s inspirations, struggles, and what’s needed to start a company from scratch. Learn what Hint almost was called, how Kara’s husband came to join the company, and how her business helped shape her kids’ outlooks and mindsets.

What you’ll learn: 
How Hint Water got started Marketing of diet drinksWhat’s needed to start a companySacrifices in business Women in business Exacting change and how the next generations are thinking in new waysEncouraging an entrepreneurial mindset in kidsSurrounding yourself with people you can learn fromNot taking “no” for an answerHow the name Hint came to be
To learn more about Kara check out her Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn 
Also, you can see her website here 


Follow our host Lara Schmoisman on social media:
 Instagram: @laraschmoisman
Facebook: @LaraSchmoisman
LinkedIn: @laraschmoisman
Twitter: @LaraSchmoisman


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Support the show

31 min