5 Interview Questions + 1 Amazing Entrepreneur = Valuable Insights
Ellen’s background includes an English-Journalism degree from Miami University/Ohio and an MPA, nonprofit management concentration from Indiana University. Ellen worked in corporate hospitality and nonprofit management for 20+ years. In 2006, she made a conscious decision to live life differently. This was the beginning of a new paradigm for her life, which led her to her current work in the world with Inspire, the joy practice.
Let’s Take 5 with Ellen
What is one piece of advice you’d give to your first-year-in-business self?
You can’t do it wrong.
What is your favorite app or tool?
What is one mistake you’ve made that you’ve learned from?
I didn’t fully see/receive the value of what I was offering to the world. In short, I sold myself short. I don’t do that anymore.
If they made a movie of your life, who would you want to play you?
What’s one thing you wish more women entrepreneurs knew?
You can do ANYTHING that you claim. I put a line item in my financials two years ago entitled: Book Sales. I did not have any books at the time. This past November I published my first book.
What do you want? Claim it.
All About Inspire, the joy practice
Inspire, the joy practice, is a catalyst for unleashing and harnessing creative genius. Ellen uses The Joy Practice, the method she created and trademarked, with clients from all walks of life. She says that Joy, as a practice, begins with the individual. And then in a family or corporate setting, when you have a group of individuals practicing JOY as a rule rather than an exception, you’ve got a recipe for GENIUS.