Why ‘Joyful Hearts’?
How did you first get introduced to the industry?
What duties does managing Joyful Hearts include and what skills do those duties require?
In business, you need to work hard and master your craft. Find all the aspects you excel in and spend every day trying to get better and better. Be consistent in your work because that will influence your company brand and business all in all. Be a people’s person, go out there and network. Most importantly, surround yourself with individuals or brand that align with what you are offering, to continue to vibrate higher.
What was the biggest challenge you faced when you first started and how did you deal with it?
What, in your opinion, do people not know about the industry you operate in that is critical to the survival of a (similar) startup?
Has being a blogger been helpful to Joyful Hearts? If so how?
Being a blogger has been really useful because through it, the brand Candice Nkosi gets exposure. That doesn’t only lead to people being interested in my blog posts but what I also work on besides that. It leads to a bigger clientele for my businesses.
What can we expect from Candice Nkosi and Joyful Hearts this year?
You can expect a lot that will unravel this year from Candice Nkosi. I am currently working on a sisterhood club called “Woman To Woman Brunch” where we celebrate each other and get inspired by individual journeys. I am also branching out into events. Hopefully, through the grace and hard work Joyful Hearts will expand and reach greater heights.
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