It's another Startup Edition of The MOJO Show! This week we're coming to you from Blue Startups in Honolulu, HI with Bello Silitshena, CEO of The Condo App. We talk about working your passion, entrepreneurial grit, breath work for insomnia, and yoga as a mindset.
In this update from MOJO HQ at Blue Startups in Honolulu, we are happy to have a special guest join us from one of our fellow startups in the cohort: Elie Steinbock, Founder and CEO of Draft Fantasy.
Elie sheds some light on what it's like to be in an accelerator program, to have your own business, to do startup yoga, and even offers some beginner's mind perspective on yoga.
Plus, Elie is just a delight to speak with and we know you'll enjoy spending some time chatting with him as much as we do.
This week we have a special guest posting from Kelsey Struble. She is an avid yogi who began her practice at home, and prefers to keep it that way. Maybe some of you readers can relate?
lus, get the latest update from the ladies of Team MOJO on a brand new video edition of The MOJO Show. We're working on how to promote our business in our accelerator program, and we've got some tips for our fellow yoga teachers and entrepreneurs on how to market yourself without the ick-factor. Spoiler: there are farts involved.
We need your help. MOJO Yoga aspires to become your hands-down-favorite-website-ever, but in order to do that, we need your input. Pretty please (with a big fat cherry on top) sign up to take our survey so we can better understand your yoga needs. You can either set up a time to talk to a real live person, or receive a set of questions via email.
The semicolon is what some call “the most feared punctuation on earth.” (theoatmeal.com) Our guest on The MOJO Show this week challenges all of us not only to never fear this grammatical demon, but instead embrace the semicolon, for there is always more to write in the book of our lives. Our very special guest host on The MOJO Show this week is Jasmine Judson, the founder of the brand new Afterglow Yoga Studio in Maui. She sits in with Jean Marie (Scott will be back next week!) for an enlightening conversation about manifestation through practical action, finding work-life balance, the highs and lows of starting your own business, and how to always keep putting your lifestyle first.
A couple of weeks ago I had the pleasure of interviewing with Susan Burns of Small Business Legal School regarding the importance of applying respect and clarity in any business that you do. Just like we take the time to set up our foundations in our physical practice of yoga, we have to take the time to get clear in our foundations in any of our pursuits...especially if you're in business. If you're a yogi in business, and you think you might have some loose ends in your legal matters, you need to listen to this webinar. If this resonates with you, Susan is starting a fresh round of Small Business Legal School very soon and has generously extended her very special offer mentioned at the end of this webinar just for you, the MOJO Mob.